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Borescopes - 24 Pages

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Endoscopy with highest image quality STGTC KARL STORZ ENDOSKDPE INDUSTRIAL GROUP

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Rigid endoscopes Unequalled image quality for more than 70 years Borescopes Dr. Karl Storz started to produce ENT instruments in 1945. He wanted to develop devices and systems that enable physicians to look inside the human body. After the Second World War, the available technology was still very limited: The examination site inside the body was illuminated by using miniature electrical lamps or by reflecting light from an external source through the endoscopic tube into the body. Dr. Karl Storz had a plan: He wanted to guide very bright, cold light into body cavities to ensure a brilliant view...

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Rigid borescopes are particularly robust and designed for heavy-duty industrial use. With the HOPKINS® rod lens system, they reliably deliver exceptionally clear, sharp, and bright images. £VeP'eC“ Borescopes essentially consist of an optical system, mechanics, and a light guide system. The double-wall sheath and the special glass endpiece at the tip render the borescope extremely resistant to damage and wear and ensure optimal protection of the telescope.

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Definition Borescopes can be rigid or semirigid. A rigid borescope, also known as rigid endoscope, borescope, miniature borescope, or swing-prism endoscope, is an endoscope that uses a lens system for image transmission. A semirigid borescope, also known as semirigid endoscope, miniscope, mini endoscope, or needlescope, is an endoscope with a rigid sheath that uses a bundle of optical fibers for image transmission (see also: flexible endoscopes). The endoscopes designed for everyday industrial use are particularly robust and incorporate finest technology that produces excellent images. The so-called...

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Rigid endoscopes Special features: • Pressure resistant up to +5 bar • Maximum stability under load thanks to double-wall sheath • Metal protective layers to protect the optical system • Resistant to oil, fuel, and solvents • Temperature resistant up to 150°C (and above) • Unlimited flexibility thanks to 340° sheath rotation Special image characteristics: • Optimal image brightness • True-color images • Maximum image sharpness • Diopter adjustment/eyepiece focus • Built-in fiber optic light guide • Unequalled field size

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Even in miniature devices with an outer diameter of only 1 mm, the image quality of KARL STORZ borescopes is unmatched. Brilliant colors, brightly illuminated inspection sites, and sharp images set our telescopes apart.

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For additional protection, the following protective sheaths are available upon request: Borescope diameter 1 Semirigid version with fiber optic image guide; 2 Without eyepiece focus Temperature resistant up to 100°C    4 Mirror tube with 90° direction of view available

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Borescopes2.8 and 2.9 mm in diameter Direction of view 2 Without eyepiece focus 3 Concentric illumination

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2.8 and 2.9 mm in diameter Direction of view Protective sheath

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BF1 borescopes All borescopes designated "BF1" feature special reinforcement at the distal end. Sapphire glass endpiece for greater protection of the optical system Protective ring Rounded tip for optimal protection 3.8 mm in diameter Direction of view Concentric illumination 5 Non-rotating sheath

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3.8 mm in diameter Direction of view 3 Concentric illumination 5 Non-rotating sheath For additional protection, the following protective sheaths are available upon request: Outer diameter of protective sheath Borescope diameter

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Borescopes4.3 and 4.5 mm in diameter Direction of view Borescope diameter For additional protection, the following protective sheaths are available upon request: 4.3 mm    Outer diameter of    5 mm

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5.8 mm in diameter Direction of view

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6.5 mm in diameter Direction of view

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6.5 mm in diameter Direction of view

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8 mm in diameter Direction of view 3 Concentric illumination 5 Non-rotating sheath 7 Upon request    8 Temperature resistant up to 250°

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8 mm in diameter Direction of view 5 Non-rotating sheath    7 Upon request Borescopes 8/12 mm The outer diameter is 8 mm for a length of 700 mm measured from the objective lens; for the remaining length up to the eyepiece, it is 12 mm.

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Product features: •    400° sheath rotation • One-handed full adjustment of direction of view in 2 dimensions (swing and rotation) • Index for direction of view (rotation) displayed in the image • Proven HOPKINS ® telescope for high contrast, bright images with sharp margins • Illumination optimally adapted to pivoting range through optimal light distribution • Illumination akin to ring light around the objective lens • Light, ergonomic handle with distinct forward inclination for fatigue-free working • Universal handle for left-handed and right-handed users

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Inspected field 80130 D1 Storage Case, for transporting endoscopes of working lengths up to 560 mm 80130 DX Large Storage Case, for transporting endoscopes of working lengths up to 780 mm

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Product name Magnification Attachment, fitted onto the eyepiece using a claw coupling. It allows twofold enlargement of the diameter of the endoscopic image and enhances image details if used with a rigid borescope. Storage Case, for transporting endoscopes of working lengths up to 560 mm; dimensions: 680 x 415 x 122 mm (w x h x d) Attachments for image deflection ensure comfortable endoscopy, even in confined spaces where it is difficult or impossible to get a direct view through the eyepiece. Deflection 60°

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KARL STORZ Industrial Group

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Product groups * Light Sources* At KARL STORZ, we are constantly advancing all of our products. For that reason, please understand that changes may be made to the scope of supply, design, equipment, and technology. Therefore, the information, illustrations, and descriptions contained herein cannot be made the basis for any claims whatsoever. * For an up-to-date overview of the individual product groups, please refer to the product brochures of the KARL STORZ Industrial Group.

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