Extech BR150 Video Borescope Inspection Camera

The Extech Video Borescope Inspection Camera features a 2.25" color monitor with video output for viewing on any monitor.

Features

  • 9mm diameter camera head with 39" flexible gooseneck cable
  • Display detaches for easy storage
  • Viewing angle of 45°
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Extech BR150 Video Borescope Inspection CameraBR150 Video borescope inspection camera
$164.99
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Extech BR150 Video Borescope Inspection Camera
BR150
Video borescope inspection camera
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
$164.99
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Extech BR200-EXT Extension Cable BR200-EXT Extension cable for video borescopes, 1m
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Extech Replacement Borescope Probe with 9mm Camera, 5m cable
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Borescope probe with 9mm camera, 5m cable
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The Extech Video Borescope Inspection Camera  features a 9mm diameter camera head with 39" flexible gooseneck cable that retains its configured shape. The high resolution, mini waterproof camera head has four built-in bright LED lamps and dimmer function. The displays detaches for easy storage, and extension cords are available for increasing viewing depth.

 

Applications include home inspection to inspect for mold, insect infestation, eletrical wire, or water pipe location, HVAC to inspect inside ducts/vents, automotive to view inside or around engines and transmissions, and industrial to inspect weld integrity, process equipment, and gears.

  • Camera viewing direction: viewing angle 45°
  • Focus distance from object: 5.9" to 9.8" (15 to 25cm)
  • Camera shaft diameter: 0.35" (9mm)
  • Cable working length: 39" (1m)
  • Minimum bend radius: 2.36" (60mm)
  • Handle dimensions/weight: 7.3 x 5.7 x 1.6" (186 x 145 x 41mm)/ 18.7oz (530g)
  • LCD screen type/ pixels: 2.4" TFT / 480 x 234 pixels
  • Monitor operating: 1.5 hours
  • Monitor dimensions/weight: 3.9 x 2.8 x 1.2” (100 x 70 x 30mm)/4.9oz (140g)
  • (1) 9mm camera head with cable
  • (4) AA batteries
  • (1) Mirror
  • (1) Hook
  • (1) Magnet
  • (1) Video output jack
  • (1) Hard case
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