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Yateks M-ADV Series Industrial Videoscope

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Newly released, Yateks M-ADV Series Industrial Videoscope is highly versatile with interchangeable tube diameters and lengths, all offering full mechanical 360° articulation function in combination with interchangeable cameras.

An all-round upgrade for the M-ADV Series, adopting the latest HD image processing technology with a high resolution 640*480 screen to ensure high-definition imaging. Even the smallest, minor defects can easily be viewed and inspected. Added functionality provides 2 levels of strong light inhibition, ensuring crystal clear images when inspecting reflective surfaces. 

The M-ADV Series also provides 2 levels of weak light compensation, to ensure there is sufficient light source for extended observation distances.

With one base unit, and different insertion tubes, you can get the best match with the best price to satisfy multiple applications. This product has options of 2.8mm and 3.9mm forward view camera modules.

Technical benefits

  • Minor defect detection is possible with cutting-edge HD image processing technology for ultra-clear imaging.
  • Upgraded to 640*480 HD IPS screen, clearer display, wider viewing angle and outstanding colour rendition.
  • Provides real-time still imaging or dynamic videos of inspected objects.
  • The camera module head is manufactured from 316 stainless material and is aesthetically pleasing and highly corrosion-resistant.
  • Anti-wear insertion tubes are woven with 4-layers of tungsten alloy for virtual indestructability.
  • Our probes are corrosion proof, waterproof and dust-proof to an IP67 rating. Reliable examination can be carried out even under the harshest of conditions.
  • Packing LED technology, probe illuminance can reach 10,000 lux, which is 100X that of indoor fluorescents.
  • Unique strong light inhibition and weak light compensation. Strong light inhibition ensures a clear view while inspecting reflective objects, such as metal surfaces. Weak light compensation helps to ensure there is sufficient light source to reach extended observation distances while retaining clearer imaging.