Articulating Video Borescopes

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Take command of your remote visual inspections.

Experience the revolutionary VJ-Advance fully articulating video borescope from RF System Lab. The VJ-Advance borescope was designed from the ground up with the end-user in mind. The direct joystick-controlled articulation requires no calibration and provides the operator with immediate and precise directional response. With insertion tubes ranging in length from 1.0 to 5.0 meters, and diameters as small as 2.8mm, there is sure to be a VJ-Advance perfectly suited to your application.

“This was a great addition to our tool cage. We had it in use ten minutes after arrival and it’s been busy ever since. Thanks, Sean!”
Richard D., Aviation Maintenance Supervisor

“… the LCD display is super clear and the joystick articulation control makes it easy to use.”
Jerome S., Support Facility Manager

“We use your borescope in the field so the portability is perfect for us to diagnose and show customers.”
Taylor R., Boiler Service Technician

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Aircraft Airworthiness & Sustainment Conference

April 14 – April 17
Baltimore Marriot Waterfront – Baltimore, MD
Booth #606

Michigan Petroleum Conference

April 14
Grand Traverse Resort & Spa – Acme, MI
Booth #80

NBAA Maintenance Management Conference

April 22 – April 24
Tampa Convention Center – Tampa, FL
Booth #405

Gulf South Rotating Machinery Symposium

April 28 – May 2
Crowne Plaza Executive Center – Baton Rouge, LA
Booth #45

NDIA Global EOD Conference

April 30 – May 1
Emerald Coast Convention Center – Ft. Walton Beach, FL
Booth #307

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RF System Lab’s Video Borescope Recently Used in Barnum Museum Mummy Inspection

[Traverse City, Michigan (PRWEB) March 26, 2014] Anthropologist Dr. Ronald G. Beckett and his Quinnipiac University colleagues recently used new technology, including RF System Lab’s video borescope, to examine a mummy and dig deeper into her past. Dr. Beckett uses video borescopes to assist in uncovering historical mysteries and has defined this as “anthopological endoscopy.”

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