Fluke DS701 and DS703 FC Diagnostic Videoscopes enable maintenance teams to diagnose problems without tearing down equipment

Supplier: Fluke Australia
23 March, 2021

The new videoscope probes are IP68 rated to stand up to the dirtiest, harshest industrial work environments

EVERETT, Wash., June 13, 2018 – While videoscopes are commonly used in many applications, industrial inspections require a powerful, high-resolution videoscope that clearly displays the condition of internal equipment components. High-resolution videoscopes allow industrial maintenance teams to quickly identify equipment issues and schedule preventive maintenance measures to avoid costly unplanned shut-downs. The new 800 x 600 resolution Fluke DS701 Diagnostic Videoscope and 1200 x 720 resolution Fluke DS703 FC High Resolution Videoscope are built for industrial maintenance troubleshooting and quality assurance testing and are designed to stand up to challenges of a rugged environment.

Each videoscope features:

  • High definition probes with dual-view cameras, allowing the videoscope to take images and video either forward or to the side to capture the images in difficult or hard to reach locations
  • 7-inch LCD screen for easy viewing
  • IP68 rated probe (imager) for protection against dust and water projected from a nozzle
  • Engineered to withstand a 2-meter drop
  • Up is Up® technology, which rotates the display screen to allow for appropriate image display, regardless of the orientation of the probe location (available with selected probes)
  • Macro to micro zoom function
  • Adjustable lighting to capture the best image
  • Processing speeds that render a smooth, clear, consistent image
  • Intuitive user interface with easy-to-navigate button technology

These rugged videoscopes are designed for a variety of industrial applications, such as production (e.g. inspection of bearing surfaces and lubrication; gear helix inspection), aircraft maintenance (e.g. blade inspection; engine hot section contamination), and automotive quality assurance (e.g. testing of casting goods; inspection for cracks, chips, and contamination in HP chambers), and heavy-duty maintenance (e.g. inspection of clogged pipelines; corrosion in rotors and stators).

The videoscopes include an EVA foam protective case, hand strap, neck strap (DS703 only), HDMI and USB cables, and TPAK magnet hanging strap.