| Made in Taiwan
X2000 HD VIDEOSCOPE
7″ LCD touchscreen
HDMI / USB Type-C / Wi-Fi connectivity
Remotely controllable via our VideoscopeNow app
File management, annotation, and comment functions
Compatible with Insight report assist software
S-HD images and HD videos
Various diameters available (3.9mm/ 6mm / 10mm)
Various lengths available (up to 7m)
IP 67 certified / Scratch-resistant / Heat resistant (100 degree)
The X2000 is the flagship product of our X-series. Whether it is in transportation, power generation, or security, the X2000 is usable for various applications as it offers the most comprehensive solutions for your inspections.
X2000 offers super-resolution images (2560*1440) and equally high-quality videos (1920*1080). The 7″ LCD touchscreen delivers crisp and clear photos and videos. It also provides a manual exposure which allows adjusting to difficult lighting situations and avoiding glare spots.
Several connection methods are available, including HDMI, USB Type-C, and a Wi-Fi connection. You can also connect to our VideoscopeNow app, enabling you to control the X2000 remotely.
*Application Field: Aviation/Ship MRO
*Test object: Turbine engine.
*Target flaws: Gap, Cracking, surface…etc,.
No doubt that video scopes are the to-go tool for turbine engine maintenance engineers of ships and aircraft. Especially for combustion and exhaust blade systems inspections, good image quality and dexterous articulation controls help identify flaws. That way, you can discuss flaws before detailed measurements or even complicated disassembly works become necessary.
Mitcorp’s X2000 videoscope with our HD 360 articulation insertion probe provides brand-new real-time sharpness, brightness, and manual exposure functions. These help users to get the best image quality in high contrast environments. The new manual exposure function can be easily enabled via one tap on the live view screen against the bright/dark spot. The new high rigidity tungsten braid tubes perform good insertion toward vertically in the combustion space. The exclusive negative image function always helps engineers effectively identify tiny surface cracks and scratches.