General's iBorescope allows users to view, capture and save images to an iPad or iPhone
Using the instrument’s Wi-Fi hotspot capability and iBorescope App, General Tools and Instruments' iBorescope (DCiS1) allows users to wirelessly view, capture and save high-definition inspection images and video on any iPad or iPhone.
The iBorescope generates an ad hoc (i.e., without Internet access) Wi-Fi hotspot, which allows the instrument to communicate wirelessly with an Apple device. Its standard 9.8 mm (0.39 in.) diameter, 0.9m (35 in.) long flexible-obedient camera-tipped probe produces high-definition VGA resolution (640 x 480 pixel) real-time video and still images. The camera has a depth of field of 1/2 in. to 12 in. (12.7 mm to 305 mm) and a 54-degree field of view. A thumbwheel on the pistol grip adjusts the brightness of the two white LEDs at the probe tip. Included are three probe tip accessories (a pickup hook, a 45-degree mirror, and a magnetic pickup). Two longer probes are available as separate options at lengths of 1.8m (70 in.) and 2.7m (105 in.).