We offer Wi-Fi, HDMI, USB connections on most of our products. For details, please refer to the specification sheets on our product pages or feel free to reach out to our staff.
The screens are not interchangeable. However you may use different base units with different probes, depending on the product series. For example: The MX series offers different insertion probes that are usable with both the MX1000 (7″ screen) and the MX500 (5″ screen). Please refer to the “Available Insertion Probe” chart on our product pages.
You can find many application examples on the product pages or on our application page. For an ever deeper insight you can find Mitcorp on social media where we regularly share success stories and application notes.
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A variety of factors need consideration when buying a videoscope, and many pitfalls can severely impair your inspection results. We therefore strongly suggest a thorough consultation before purchasing a videoscope.
That is depending on the inspected object. For example, we offer a flexible non-articulating insertion probe ideal for passing through cast parts efficiently. These probes are very scratch resistant and very flexible and therefore best used for passing through cast parts. Choosing the correct insertion probe is a crucial aspect when purchasing a videoscope. Our friendly staff will be more than happy to assist you in finding the perfect insertion probe for you.
All our articulating insertion probes use mechanical wiring. The advantages of this technique are:
Less battery drain
Instant feedback when articulating our insertion probes
For articulating insertion probes, the distal end is the moving part of the probe head, including the camera head. The size of the distal end is critical as it determines the curvature of the probe head when the probe is articulating. A smaller distal end results in a smaller radius and allows the insertion probe to articulate in smaller spaces.
Depth of Field (DOF) is the distance between the nearest and the farthest objects that are in acceptably sharp focus in an image. Insertion probes can either be near-focused or far-focused. A close focus allows them to produce sharp images when close to a surface or an object (ideal for detecting tiny flaws). A far-focus helps to inspect larger areas more effectively as the insertion probe produces sharp images from a farther distance.
The Field Of View (FOV) is the extent of the perceivable image visible at any given moment. It determines the wideness of the image displayed. A wide FOV allows the user to see more of the surroundings of the probes but can distort the dimensions of the objects in the picture.
Our tungsten braided probes offer up to 100-degree heat protection. However, the heat resistance is highly dependant on the probe material. For more information, please refer to the probe specification sheets on our product pages or feel free to contact our sales representatives, who will be happy to assist you.
Several factors need to be considered when choosing your insertion probe. Three of the most important aspects are:
1. What probe diameter is required?
2. How long does the insertion probe need to be?
3. Does the probe need to be articulating?
4. Will the probe be submerged in water or other substances?
Choosing the correct insertion probe is an individual choice, and requirements differ from case to case. We recommend reaching out to our sales staff for a thorough consultation.
Choosing the right illumination is critcal to the success of any inspection. When operating in larger areas that are very dark a powerful illumination is required. When operating in smaller areas with shiny surfaces the illumination does not need to be extremely powerful but instead be adjustable. For a detailed answer as to which illumination is the right for you, we strongly advice reaching out to our staff who will be happy to assist you.