OLYMPUS OVC 100 Fiberscope Videoscope Converter
Introducing the Olympus OVC 100 Fiberscope Videoscope Converter.
Industrial fiberscopes, initially developed and approved for the Pratt and Whitney PT6 engine, but has since become used for the inspection of many small engines and fine diameter pipework.
There are some RVI applications that cannot be satisfied by a standard model fiberscope. Olympus has always been at the forefront of application solutions, and when a situation arises where a standard instrument will not provide the desired results, then Olympus has responded with advice on optimal instrument use in that application. This occasionally results in the introduction of a special instrument designed to meet that specific requirement – these are therefore known as special feature fiberscopes. This is not to say, however, that they cannot be used in other applications. The information below describes each model, together with its design application, but the specification may well suit a particular inspection you need to undertake.
Small diameter fiberscopes can inspect narrow areas or where access is limited and are available in 0.64 mm, 2.4 mm or 4.1 mm. Each model has an ocular focus to ensure that the individual operator’s eyesight is accomodated and can be attached to CCTV and photographic equipment for image recording.
The thinnest diameter flexible fiberscope (down to φ0.64mm). You can inspect inside narrow-diameter hole with 1mm or more diameter.
In some applications, the entry port size to the area of interest can be restricted and inserting a scope can be extremely difficult. This will often necessitate using an instrument of smaller diameter than conventional models.
These instruments have ocular focus to ensure that the individual operator’s eyesight is accommodated and can be attached to CCTV and photographic equipment to allow the images to be permanently recorded. To illuminate the inspection area, any one of the Olympus light sources can be used.