iFlex Fiberscope with iTool Image Hub System 2.4mm iFlex Fiberscope with articulating tip iFlex Fiberscope Flexible fiberscope
iFlex Fiberscope with iTool Image Hub System 2.4mm iFlex Fiberscope with articulating tip iFlex Fiberscope Flexible fiberscope

iFlex Fiberscope

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SKU: iFlex
Articulating flexible fiberscope with durable tungsten braided sheath. 2.4mm and larger diameters with lengths up to 3m. Video ready to record your inspection. Universally adaptable to your existing light source or video system.

Product Description

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iFlex Fiberscope Overview

  • Diameter: 2.4, 3.5, 4.0 and 6.0 (.094, .137, 157 and .236 inch)
  • Length: 70 to 300 cm (2.3 to 10 Ft.)
  • Direction of View: 0° Forward
  • Field of View: 70°
  • Articulation: 2-Way and 4-Way
  • High Resolution Leached Fiber Optic Scope
  • Water Proof: YES
  • Fiberscope Construction: Tungsten Braided Sheath
  • Industrial Grade Storage and Transportation Case

 

Features and Benefits of iFlex Fiberscope

  • The iFlex 2.4mm fiberscope universally adapts to any video system for recording video or digital still images to store inspection results and import the images to your PC.
  • 2-way and 4-Way articulation allows the fiberscope to easily navigate tight inspection areas.
  • The tungsten outer braid has 5 times the wear resistance of stainless steel. This means your fiberscope will stand up to the wear and tear of industrial applications.
  • Water tight Insertion Tube in: Water, Mineral and Synthetic Oils, Hydraulic Fluids, Aviation Fuel, Kerosene, Gasoline and Diesel Fuel.
  • Adapts to any existing light source with interchangeable light guidepost adapters to allow compatibility with existing equipment.Rugged Aluminum with matt powder finish hand piece construction withstands harsh industrial environments for years of use.

Specifications

  • Diameters: 2.4, 3.5, 4.0 and 6.0mm (.094, .137,.157 and .236 inch)
  • Working Lengths: 70 to 300 cm (2.3 to 10 Ft.)
  • Articulation: 2-way 120°
  • Direction of View: 0° Forward, Optional Side View Tip adapter For 4 and 6mm
  • Field of View: 70°
  • Depth of Field: 5mm (.197 in) - 100mm (3.94 in)
  • Side View Tip: 4mm and 6mm only
  • Optical System: Leached Image Guide
  • Pixel Size: 6.2µm (Micrometer)
  • Eyepiece Magnification: 35X
  • Insertion Tube Sheathing: Tungsten Braid
  • Insertion Tube Bend Radius: 15mm (1.59 in)
  • Integral Light Guide Cable: 1.5m (4.9 ft)
  • These scopes are also available with a light guide post on the scope handpiece instead of an integral light guide cable.
  • Light Guide Cable Plug: IT Concepts
  • Other light guide plug adapters are available including Olympus and Machida configurations.
  • Hand piece: Aluminum with matt powder finish
  • Operating Temperature:
  • Working Length -10° to 80° C (14° to 176° F)
  • Housing and Light Guide Cable -10° to 50° C (14° to 122° F)
  • Fluid Resistance: Working length will withstand immersion in water, mineral and synthetic lubricating oils and hydraulic fluids, aviation fuel, kerosene, gasoline and diesel fuel.
  • Pressure Resistance: Working length is resistant to 1 bar (14.5 psi)
  • Case: Supplied in a standard carrying case (500-0004) with Fiberscope form fitting foam insert.

Aerospace: Remote Visual Inspection (RVI) allows quality control, maintenance and troubleshooting tasks to be performed with the minimum downtime, while maximizing safety, efficiency and operational time. Fiberscopes allow Inspection of turbines, combustion chambers, low pressure compressors and high pressure compressors, aircraft wings, structures brakes, other difficult-to-access areas and the Location of foreign object damage (FOD).

Automotive: Remote Visual Inspection (RVI) has many applications within the automotive industry. Fiberscopes provide solutions by allowing internal inspection of engine castings, cylinder bores, gearboxes, body shells and finished vehicles, from state-of-the-art racing cars to earth moving equipment. Investigation of a variety of problems without teardown is possible with RVI, including checking internal component condition for carbon deposits and wear, pinpointing sources of unwanted noise, identifying corrosion and confirming component failure. Fiberscopes can be used cost-effectively in automotive applications. Fiberscope Applications include:

  • Clutch - condition and thickness of lining - condition of springs of pressure plate and thrust bearing
  • Engine - valve damage, cylinder inspection, head gaskets and piston top
  • Body and Chassis - inspection of hollow members to detect damage cracks and corrosion
  • Transmission and differential - ring, bevel gear inspection - seals and shaft bearing inspection

Engineering & Manufacturing: Remote Visual Inspection (RVI) is providing cost-effective examination of internal structures without teardown. A fiberscope allows engineers to check for pitting, cracking, corrosion, erosion, weld and other defects, thus minimizing downtime and optimizing planned maintenance. Fiberscopes are used to examine pipelines, pumps, gearboxes, compressors, boilers, heat exchangers, headers, valves and air conditioning ducts.

Security: Fiberscopes are used effectively for bomb disposal (EOD / IEDD), counter terrorist activities, Hostage situations, smuggling of drugs, illegal aliens and other contraband. Fiberscopes are use in the search of buildings, vehicles, ships, aircraft, freight and difficult to access areas.

Quality Control: Remote Visual Inspection (RVI) allows manufactures to inspection components for defects. Fiberscopes provide the ability to inspect internal components, bore holes, castings and other manufactured items such as turbine blades, circuit boards, rifle barrels, welds.

Castings: Fiberscopes are used to inspect inside casting of engine blocks and other high quality casted components. Fiberscopes as small as 0.5 mm in diameter and larger are offered to accommodate all casting inspection needs.

Applications

Aerospace: Remote Visual Inspection (RVI) allows quality control, maintenance and troubleshooting tasks to be performed with the minimum downtime, while maximizing safety, efficiency and operational time. Fiberscopes allow Inspection of turbines, combustion chambers, low pressure compressors and high pressure compressors, aircraft wings, structures brakes, other difficult-to-access areas and the Location of foreign object damage (FOD).

Automotive: Remote Visual Inspection (RVI) has many applications within the automotive industry. Fiberscopes provide solutions by allowing internal inspection of engine castings, cylinder bores, gearboxes, body shells and finished vehicles, from state-of-the-art racing cars to earth moving equipment. Investigation of a variety of problems without teardown is possible with RVI, including checking internal component condition for carbon deposits and wear, pinpointing sources of unwanted noise, identifying corrosion and confirming component failure. Fiberscopes can be used cost-effectively in automotive applications. Fiberscope Applications include:

  • Clutch - condition and thickness of lining - condition of springs of pressure plate and thrust bearing
  • Engine - valve damage, cylinder inspection, head gaskets and piston top
  • Body and Chassis - inspection of hollow members to detect damage cracks and corrosion
  • Transmission and differential - ring, bevel gear inspection - seals and shaft bearing inspection

Engineering & Manufacturing: Remote Visual Inspection (RVI) is providing cost-effective examination of internal structures without teardown. A fiberscope allows engineers to check for pitting, cracking, corrosion, erosion, weld and other defects, thus minimizing downtime and optimizing planned maintenance. Fiberscopes are used to examine pipelines, pumps, gearboxes, compressors, boilers, heat exchangers, headers, valves and air conditioning ducts.

Security: Fiberscopes are used effectively for bomb disposal (EOD / IEDD), counter terrorist activities, Hostage situations, smuggling of drugs, illegal aliens and other contraband. Fiberscopes are use in the search of buildings, vehicles, ships, aircraft, freight and difficult to access areas.

Quality Control: Remote Visual Inspection (RVI) allows manufactures to inspection components for defects. Fiberscopes provide the ability to inspect internal components, bore holes, castings and other manufactured items such as turbine blades, circuit boards, rifle barrels, welds.

Castings: Fiberscopes are used to inspect inside casting of engine blocks and other high quality casted components. Fiberscopes as small as 0.5 mm in diameter and larger are offered to accommodate all casting inspection needs.

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