iScope Series, Video Inspection Systems

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26800B-385DBS
VIDEO INSP SYST CMOS 3.25X-22.5X
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iScope
CMOS 3MP
3.25x ~ 22.5x
0.19" ~ 1.53" (4.9mm ~ 38.9mm)
5.91" (150mm)
Antenna Lighting
8.4" LCD
20000-200
VIDEO INSPECT SYST CMOS 10X-40X
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iScope
CMOS 3MP
10x ~ 40x
0.20" ~ 0.91" (5.2mm ~ 23mm)
3.54" (89.92mm)
LED, 4-Quadrant
12" Color Touch Panel
26800B-385STA
VIDEO INSP SYST CMOS 3.25X-22.5X
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PCB Symbol, Footprint & 3D Model
iScope
CMOS 3MP
3.25x ~ 22.5x
0.19" ~ 1.53" (4.9mm ~ 38.9mm)
5.91" (150mm)
Antenna Lighting
8.4" LCD

About  Video Inspection Systems

Video Inspection Systems are sophisticated tools designed to assist in the visual inspection of electronic circuit boards and devices. These systems utilize high-power magnification capabilities, typically ranging from 1x to over 50x, to enable detailed examination of objects at close distances, typically within a few inches. The core component of a Video Inspection System is a high-quality camera that captures images of the objects being inspected. The camera is equipped with lenses that provide the necessary magnification power, allowing users to closely analyze the intricate details of electronic components. The captured images are then transmitted to a high-definition LCD screen for display. Video Inspection Systems offer flexibility in terms of how the LCD screen can be utilized. It can either be handheld, allowing users to move freely around the inspection area, or mounted on a boom for more stationary and precise viewing. This setup ensures that inspectors have a clear view of the object being examined, enabling them to identify any defects or anomalies accurately. The high-definition LCD screen plays a vital role in providing a clear and detailed image of the inspected object. It allows inspectors to view the intricate details of electronic circuit boards and devices with precision. This visual clarity greatly aids in identifying potential issues such as faulty solder joints, damaged components, or other manufacturing defects that may affect the overall performance of the electronic device. In summary, Video Inspection Systems are advanced tools used for visual inspection in the electronics industry. They utilize high-power magnification capabilities, typically ranging from 1x to over 50x, to allow close examination of electronic circuit boards and devices. The captured images are displayed on a high-definition LCD screen, either handheld or mounted on a boom, providing inspectors with a clear and detailed view of the inspected object. These systems play a crucial role in ensuring the quality and reliability of electronic components and devices.