General Tools & Instruments is offering five new portable video inspection systems. The Seeker 200 model has a 2.4-inch LCD color monitor for real-time viewing with a flexible camera tipped probe that retains its configured shape for inspecting hard-to-reach areas. The Seeker 300 has a 3.5-inch LCD color monitor. It also includes a tipped probe with adjustable LED lighting, and includes a mirror, magnet and pick-up hook that can be attached to the end of the probe. The 400 model offers a wireless high-resolution 3.5-inch thin-film transistor LCD color monitor that can be detached from the base unit for remote viewing over 30 feet away. This unit allows users to view live action, take still photos in jpeg format or record AVI-format video continuously for up to three hours. The company also introduced its high-performance, data-logging video borescope with a 3.5-inch bright color monitor with a built-in rechargeable battery. The camera can record for up to four hours. The wireless borescope has a high-resolution display screen on the base unit with a detachable wireless probe. The probe allows it to communicate with the base unit up to 160 feet away. The base unit records still photos or video in multiple formats.
Tools & Instruments Co., 80 White St., New York, NY 10013; (212) 431-6100;
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January 1, 2010