Over the years, Lenox has developed what may be the world's most
extensive lines of quality, high performance rigid borescopes. To
achieve consistently superior performance, we employ computer-designed
optics, stainless steel or aluminum construction, sophisticated
in-house lens grinding techniques and highest efficiency coatings
throughout the optical path. Optical systems are designed to produce
an abundance of near-100%-white light and the highest possible resolution.
All feature the highest intensity fiber optic illumination.
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The result is a borescope that allows you to view objects more clearly,
with excellent color fidelity, at greater distances inside dark cavities.
And we've proven it by achieving the highest possible resolution scores
in tests, using N.I.S.T. resolution targets. Choose from a variety
of probes (direct, forward oblique, to the side or retrospective),
magnifications and fields of view, in. diameters from 1 mm to 14 mm,
lengths from 3 in. to 144 in. A complete selection of light sources,
accessories, camera and video adapters, viewing heads and monitoring
equipment are available for all Lenox rigid borescopes.
Lenox "Swing-Prism" borescopes save time by letting you quickly
view large areas with a single instrument. Their user-friendly features
make them an excellent choice for inspecting combustion chambers
and other cavities.
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Instead of providing a fixed field of view like most borescopes, the
Swing-Prism lets you view ahead, behind and around (370� circumferentially,
120� longitudinally) the scope without changing its position and without
changing scopes. With this capability, a single Swing-Prism borescope
can be used in applications that would otherwise need three different
scopes: right angle, retrospective and forward oblique. These units
are used in numerous applications, particularly in the aviation, automotive,
power, petrochemical and manufacturing industries. All Lenox Swing-Prism
units are video and digital compatible.
Developed in the mid-1980's, the Lenox Autoscope is a very affordable,
(starting at less than $1,000.00) portable battery powered borescope
for individuals and organizations involved with servicing of automotive,
truck, and small marine and aviation engines. This optical diagnostic
tool lets mechanics inspect diesel and gasoline engines, engine
cylinders, valves, manifolds, fuel injectors, carburetors, radiators,
and body panels without major disassembly, giving them a bright
clear magnified image of potential problems. Automotive, truck,
marine and small aircraft service departments use the Autoscope
to boost service department profits, help them save time and money
and improve customer relations by diagnosing problems quickly. The
units have also been used as an inspection tool in thousands of
Autoscope provides a probe diameter of either 6 mm or 8 mm, field
of view of 70 degrees, focus from 1/4 in. to infinity and working
lengths of 9 inches to 15 inches. An optional angled viewer accessory
is available at modest cost. The complete visual diagnostic kit includes
eyepiece and probe with internal lens and light system, battery pack,
battery extension cord and storage/carrying case.