In addition to the swing-prism for direction of view adjustment, these models feature an optical zoom function to provide instant adjustment of image magnification. This allows for detailed analysis of a defect without changing instruments or complicated post-inspection image enhancement. All the optical innovations of conventional Olympus standard rigid borescopes are also incorporated in the Zoom Swing Prism design.
Sophisticated optical system
Olympus is renowned for optical innovation and the standard borescope is no exception. Each diameter of borescope has it own lens system design, optimized to the available space. Multi-layer lens coating is used to reduce internal reflections and maximize image brightness and contrast.
2X optical zoom
The integral optical zoom allows 2X magnification for detail the analysis of a defect. Thanks to the precisely designed optical zoom, re-focus adjustment is not required when you zoom on to an object.
Swing prism mechanism
The scope direction of view can be adjusted continuously from 40 degree fore-oblique to 115 degree retro viewing – coupled with the field of view, this allows a total viewing arc of 120 degree, from 20 to 140 degree.
Especially useful when the borescope is clamped or being used in conjunction with CCTV, this feature allows the insertion tube to be rotated a full 370 degrees without affecting the orientation of the control body or accessories attached to the eyepiece.
High-grade stainless steel insertion tube
Ensures a durable, corrosion free, fluid resistant, outer protective sheath.
Laser welded tip
Significantly reduces the possibility of tip detachment for safe, trouble free inspections.
Ergonomically designed control body
A comfortable and functional control body design has always been a hallmark of Olympus borescopes. The Series 5 design further enhances this and integrates all controls, placing them within easy reach for true single handed operation.
Color coded identification ring
The serial number and model reference are engraved in the eyepiece ring. This is also color coded to indicate the borescope direction of view.
Lens to fiber ratio
While large lenses provide bright, clear images in ambient lighting conditions, the overall result in an actual inspection is far more dependant on the light transmission performance of the instrument. Standard rigid borescope achieves a precise balance of lenses and fibers for superb image brightness.