Borescopes are categorised into two main types- battery-powered and those that require an electrical connection.
Apart from these two, rigid and flexible borescopes are two other commonly used types.
The cost of a borescope and inspection camera varies depending on numerous factors. Flexible borescopes are typically pricier since they offer greater video clarity. If a model has additional features, such as Wi-Fi and BlueTooth connectivity, it may cost more.
A borescope and inspection camera can be used in any industry where regular inspection of internal product components is required. Aviation, HVAC, plumbing, automotive, and weaponry are some of the many industries where they are used.
Borescopes are generally used by trained professionals who need them for a specific purpose. While operating the borescope and inspection camera itself doesn’t require you to have a certification, you may need training and appropriate accreditations depending on what purpose you use it for.
Most popular Borescope & Inspection Camera suppliers and brands on IndustrySearch are Fluke Australia, Field Machine Tools, Russell Fraser Sales NDT, Wagner Electronic Services, Teledyne FLIR.