Rigid Borescopes

An extensive line of quality, high-performance rigid borescopes has been developed by Lenox Instrument Company (Trevose, PA). These scopes are the most broadly applied method of remote visual inspection in a variety of industrial and commercial applications—providing the best value on a performance versus. cost evaluation.

An extensive line of quality, high-performance rigid borescopes has been developed by Lenox Instrument Company (Trevose, PA). These scopes are the most broadly applied method of remote visual inspection in a variety of industrial and commercial applications—providing the best value on a performance versus. cost evaluation. With these instruments, it is possible to identify details and flaws as small as 0.001 inch. With intense fiber optic illumination (standard) and a variety of probes (direct, forward oblique, to-the-side or retrospective), magnifications and fields of view available, any type of cavity can be easily and effectively probed, on any budget. All rigid scopes are also video and digital adaptable. Features include feature rugged stainless steel construction. The borescopes are available in diameters from 4 mm (0.157 in.) to 10 mm (0.395 in.), and lengths from 17.8 cm (7 in.) to 160 cm (63 in.). In addition, they are computer-designed to produce an abundance of near-100%-white light and the highest possible resolution—providing a bright, clear, true-color images, whether seen through an eyepiece, digitally captured, or video transmitted for viewing on a remote monitor.