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Videoscopes, also known as video borescopes, provide a clear view of inspection areas inaccessible to other NDT methods. Their flexibility and durability provide advanced inspection capabilities for bores, holes, pipes, cavities, and other challenging applications. Olympus videoscopes provide outstanding image quality and versatility to meet a variety of requirements. The IPLEX™ TX videoscope has an ultra-thin 2.4 mm diameter that can reach inside almost any space, while the IPLEX Long Scope is ideal for inspecting long-reach areas, such as boiler tubes. Their ability to image difficult-to-reach places makes videoscopes essential tools for nondestructive testing in industries like aviation and construction. To learn more about Olympus videoscopes, check out our FAQs and videos below.

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The IPLEX NX videoscope combines our highest-quality images with an intuitive user interface, ergonomic design, and durability for efficient inspection in nearly any environment. Its clear, bright images and powerful measurement features are built to exceed expectations.

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The IPLEX GAir videoscope helps users reach far away inspection targets quickly and easily. With a 30 m (98 ft) and 20 m (65 ft) scope, air articulation, live image orientation, and other features that enable you to navigate precisely and capture high-quality images, the IPLEX GAir videoscope helps inspectors maneuver to targets quickly and efficiently.

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With interchangeable insertion tubes and light sources, an 8 inch touch screen, and advanced imaging features, the IPLEX GX/GT videoscope delivers an optimal balance of versatility, imaging capabilities, and ease of use.

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IPLEX G Lite/G Lite-W

The IPLEX G Lite industrial videoscope packs powerful imaging capabilities into a small, rugged body. Lightweight and able to go almost anywhere, users working in challenging applications have a remote visual inspection tool with the image quality and ease of use to get the job done.

If you’re inspecting in the cramped quarters of a wind tower nacelle, the wind version of the IPLEX G Lite videoscope’s combination of portability and powerful imaging features can make your job easier.

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The ultra-thin 2.4 mm diameter videoscope with articulation reaches inside almost any narrow or winding area, clearly bringing out tiny defects.

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IPLEX Long Scope Solution

Industrial videoscope ideal for inspecting long reach areas such as heat exchangers, boiler tubes and water feed pipes. Accurate visual inspections of hard-to-reach areas up to 30 m deep are now easier than ever.

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What are videoscopes used for?

A videoscope is an inspection tool with a video camera at the end of a flexible optical tube. They are typically used for inspecting bores, pipes, holes, and cavities otherwise out of reach from other inspection devices.

How does a videoscope work?

Videoscopes have a small sensor chip in the tip of their insertion tubes that enables them to capture video and still images. The sensor sends these images to an LCD screen where they are viewed by the inspector. Many modern videoscopes also have an LED or laser diode light source.

Service and Support You Can Trust

From calibration to training, we offer a broad portfolio of services to help you maintain optimal device performance. Evident service contracts are:

  • Straightforward—so you can focus on the core of your business
  • Efficient—we can schedule preventative maintenance, including calibrations, on your behalf
  • Cost-effective—providing you savings throughout the life of the contract

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Videoscope Resource Videos

Videoscope Care and Maintenance

Learn how to correctly care for and maintain your videoscope.

Inspect Wind Turbines with the IPLEX G Lite Videoscope

Discover the advantages of using our ultra-portable IPLEX G Lite videoscope to perform wind turbine inspections.

High-Resolution Imaging with the IPLEX NX Videoscope

Learn how our IPLEX NX videoscope delivers exceptional brightness and image quality for visual inspections.

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