How big is the Iplex Ultralite videocope?

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How big is the Iplex Ultralite videocope?

The palm-sized IPLEX Ultralite industrial videoscope, weighing just 700 g, delivers high quality images. Its compact, durable body enables inspections in tough and confined areas. A rugged insertion tube offers quick and accurate articulation.

Is the Olympus Iplex Ultralite suitable for outdoor use?

Operators are often called on to conduct inspections in dif- ficult environments. The IPLEX UltraLite stands up to rain, sand and dust, and compliant with IP55. Ideal for outdoor inspections, the IPLEX UltraLite faithfully produces brilliant images, under sunlight.

Is the insertion tube of the Iplex Ultralite crush resistant?

The IPLEX UltraLite’s insertion tube is both crush and abrasion-resistant. It is also designed with unique Olympus Tapered Flex™ technology* for outstanding scope maneuverability.

Is the Iplex Ultralite compatible with steel ball drop test?

The LCD monitor is equipped with a very strong and durable glass, passing a steel-ball drop test compliant with the international standard, IEC-61010. Operators are often called on to conduct inspections in difficult environments. The IPLEX UltraLite stands up to rain, sand and dust, and is compliant with IP55.

What kind of drop test does Iplex Ultralite pass?

The IPLEX UltraLite’s durability has been thoroughly proven. It passes our 1.2 m (3.9 ft) drop test, and withstands inspection-site drops and falls. The LCD monitor is equipped with a very strong and durable glass, passing a steel-ball drop test compliant with the international standard, IEC-61010.

How does the Olympus Iplex Ultralite image processor work?

The IPLEX UltraLite is equipped with our unique Olympus image processor, and produces sharp and clear images. Along with its superb color-reproducing capability, the IPLEX UltraLite enables you to accurately detect even small defects. Observed images can be stored in a connected SD or SDHC card as high-quality JPEG still images and MPEG-4 movies.

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