Portable endoscope, as the name suggests, is light and convenient to carry and can be used at any time. It breaks the traditional industrial video endoscope and integrates all the functions of modern endoscope. It realizes high integration and super portability. The strap design improves the portability of mobile and makes it more convenient to carry. At the same time, it uses embedded portable lithium battery, DSP data processing center and image acquisition and storage Center in one.
The portable endoscope is mainly used for the toxic, harmful and narrow space parts that can not be reached by conventional inspectors. It can conveniently and effectively carry out detailed and comprehensive inspection on the internal corrosion, cracks, welding conditions, foreign matters in complex pipes, internal processing of casting workpiece and working wear of parts. At the same time, it is also widely used in machinery manufacturing, petrochemical, aerospace, electric power construction, railway ship, automobile industry, engineering construction, boiler pressure vessel, military reconnaissance and other special equipment inspection fields.
Product introduction PVE series portable video endoscope is a new portable inspection instrument which integrates all functions of modern endoscope. It adopts the design concept of portability integration to achieve high integration and super portability. The strap design improves the portability of the mobile and makes it more convenient to carry. At the same time, it uses the embedded portable lithium battery, DSP data processing center and image acquisition and storage center to provide sufficient power and powerful data image processing function for the equipment continuously. At the same time, it has built-in pluggable Type SD card can effectively take photos, record and store defects; multi function menu can select record, photo, browse video, picture, playback, delete and other shortcut keys. It is the lightweight design that makes it more suitable for harsh detection environment, space climbing restrictions and long-time field work.