Lenox's portable videoscope system combines video technology, cordless operation, compact portability and rugged durability

Lenox Instrument Company announces the addition of a portable videoscope system to its line of remote visual inspection instruments. Designed to meet the demands of the industrial inspection environment, the self-contained system combines video technology, cordless operation, compact portability and rugged durability at an affordable price.

Lenox portable videoscope system models offer a choice between a miniature, waterproof, one-inch (26-millimeter), removable, 120° FOV, color CCD camera head with built-in bright LED lighting or a waterproof, 1.5-inch (40-millimeter), removable, 360° pan and 180° tiltable, color CCD camera head with built-in bright LED lighting. Mounted to the end of a flexible, retractable push rod, the system’s camera can negotiate 90 degree bends and inspect lengths up to 98 feet (30 meters).

The portable videoscope system includes a high-resolution, seven-inch-wide screen (16:9) TFT monitor that displays brilliant images and is both tiltable and removable from its case with a 6.6-foot (two-meter) umbilical cable. Models are available with built-in image recording onto a 4GB memory card with mini USB port for video transfer. A standard, built-in RCA video output is also provided, which allows the system to connect to an optional Lenox high-definition recorder capable of capturing video and still images for inspection documentation.

The Lenox Portable Videoscope System is self contained in a compact, heavy-duty, carrying case and includes 2 NIMH rechargeable batteries (one hour of continuous operation per battery) and built-in power supply/charger. 

Optional system accessories include a camera roller guide and protection sleeve that protects and improves the ability of the system’s camera head to take bends.

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