Fluke Diagnostic Videoscopes enable maintenance teams to diagnose problems without dismantling equipment


The new videoscope probes are IP68 rated to stand up to the dirtiest, harshest industrial work environments

While videoscopes are commonly used in many applications, industrial inspections require a powerful, high-resolution videoscope that clearly displays the condition of internal equipment components. High-resolution videoscopes allow industrial maintenance teams to quickly identify equipment issues and schedule preventive maintenance measures to avoid costly unplanned shut-downs. The new 800 x 600 resolution Fluke DS701 Diagnostic Videoscope and 1200 x 720 resolution Fluke DS703 FC High Resolution Videoscope are built for industrial maintenance troubleshooting and quality assurance testing and are designed to stand up to the challenges of a rugged environment. For more information on the Fluke DS701 and DS703 FC High Resolution Diagnostic Videoscopes, visit:  HYPERLINK “http://www.fluke.co.uk/imaging” www.fluke.co.uk/imaging.

Each videoscope features:

  • high definition probes with dual-view cameras, allowing the videoscope to take images and video either forward or to the side to capture the images in difficult or hard to reach locations
  • a 7-inch LCD screen for easy viewing
  • an IP68 rated probe (imager) for protection against dust and water projected from a nozzle
  • a rugged design, engineered to withstand a 2 metre drop
  • Up is Up® technology, which rotates the display screen to allow for appropriate image display, regardless of the orientation of the probe location (available with selected probes)
  • a macro to micro zoom function
  • adjustable lighting to capture the best image
  • processing speeds that render a smooth, clear, consistent image
  • an intuitive user interface with easy-to-navigate button technology.
  • The rugged Fluke DS701 and DS703 FC videoscopes are designed for a variety of industrial applications, such as production (e.g. inspection of bearing surfaces and lubrication; gear helix inspection), aircraft maintenance (e.g. blade inspection; engine hot section contamination), and automotive quality assurance (e.g. testing of casting goods; inspection for cracks, chips, and contamination in HP chambers), and heavy duty maintenance (e.g. inspection of clogged pipelines; corrosion in rotors and stators).

The Fluke videoscopes include an EVA foam protective case, hand strap, neck strap (DS703 only), HDMI and USB cables, and TPAK magnet hanging strap.

For more information about all Fluke products, please visit the Fluke web site at www.fluke.co.uk.


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