Extech BR300 Features
- Waterproof (IP67 rated), lightweight, handheld design for quick, easy, on-the-spot viewing in small openings
- Model BR300 - Borescope with 8mm diameter camera head with four bright LED lamps with dimmer
- Model BR350 - Borescope with 5.5mm diameter camera head with two bright LED lamps with dimmer
- Built-in waterproof 39" (1m) flexible gooseneck cable retains configured shape
- 2.7" (68mm) color TFT LCD monitor for detailed images
- 2x digital zoom for close-up viewing
- 180° image rotation on screen
- Glare-free, close-up field of view
- 8mm diameter camera head with 4 built-in bright LED lamps for dimly lit areas
- Handheld design for quick, easy, on-the-spot viewing in small openings
- Completely submersible in water down to 1 meter for 1 hour
- Non-detachable waterproof 39" (1m) flexible gooseneck cable retains configured shape
- Low battery indicator
- Complete with camera probe and 39" (1m) flexible cable, 4 AA batteries, and hard case
Extech BR300 Applications
- Underwater & marine applications - Automotive maintenance/repair
- Pipe inspection/repair
- Industrial equipment inspection
- Construction sites, Workshops, & Laboratories - Home Inspection
|Set Product as New to Date||Jun 10, 2014|
|Clamp Meter Type||N/A|
|Manufacturer Warranty||1 Year|
|Mfr. Model #||BR300|
|Usually Ships||3 to 5 days|
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