* other lengths available on request
|3 mm MK Liquid||3 mm Liquid||5 mm Liquid||5.5 mm Fiber|
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✓ = Optimum Brightness Option ● = Compatible △ = Not Recommended
These external units provide illumination which is transmitted to the viewing instrument by a light guide cable, and then through the scope via the integral fiber bundle to the viewing tip.
Bright and compact
The ILP-2 light source has been specifically designed for large void inspections. Incorporating the latest UHP lamp technology it is now the brightest, most powerful light source ever produced by Olympus.
Note: Not available for the Small diameter borescopes. In use with the other rigid borescopes, connectable light guides differ depending on the rigid borescope models. Please ask our sales representatives for details.
With three times the intensity of its predecessor, this high-output light source is ideal for observing large spaces.
Directly competing with the high power halogen units in terms of brightness, but only using a fraction of the power - this light source provides a freedom of portability that only LED technology can offer. Coupled with the comprehensive range of scope adaptors available, this lightsource is the most versatile we have ever offered.
The LED light source designed for the MK Modular Mini-scope gives superior brightness at reduced power consumption, and the greatly increased LED life offers lower long term cost and reduced environmental impact. With the use of adaptors it can be fitted to a range of scopes, giving our rigid borescopes or fiberscopes a unique portability.
The ILD-C runs the ILD-2 or ILD-3 at their peak current, ensuring their brightest and safest performance, with no drop off over time. It also offers brightness control and prolonged run time from its rechargeable internal battery, negating the need for external power and providing a completely portable light source. The provided desktop power supply will charge the ILD-C at the same time as running the attached ILD-2 or ILD-3, offering continuous use.
A range of adaptors to connect the compact light sources to our various rigid borescopes and fiberscopes.
Available as accessories converting the ILD-C and ILD-2 into a portable light source system for our rigid borescopes and fiberscopes.
The ILK-7 range of light sources incorporates a 150W tungsten-halogen lamp offering features necessary to meet most industrial needs.
Refined for environmental resistance and long life, this model is suitable for use on production lines.
*When voltage in your country is NOT 100-120V, a voltage transformer is required to provide optimal voltage that accommodates the specification of the optical device.
Significantly longer life
The life of this light source has been dramatically extended to an average 500 hours when 15V 150W lamps are used.
Improved environmental resistance
The circuit board is insulated with an encapsulating material that reduces the possibility of short-circuiting and improves atmospheric-resistance at the site.
The ILK-D1 portable light source has been specifically designed for use with a battery belt, being operated from a 12V supply. The light source has a large spring clip to enable it to be mounted on a belt or jacket pocket.
The ILK-D2 is a compact, portable light source powered from 12V DC supply. It can be mounted on a belt using a spring clip.
Using a custom-designed 75W lamp, the KLS-131 gives high power for a small, light and economic unit.
Powerful UV output makes it ideal for fluorescent testing.
A common non-destructive testing (NDT) technique for crack detection uses dye-penetrate. In this method, dye remains in the cracks after cleaning, which is then observed when it fluoresces under ultra-violet light.
To suit this application and others where ultra-violet light is required, Olympus offers a high power UV light source which is compatible with all light guide cables and fiberscopes. Liquid light guide cables are recommended for best UV results.