Vividia D3245 USB Digital 2-Way Articulating Borescope with 4.5mm diameter 1.5 meter long Camera Probe
Vividia D3245 USB Digital 2-Way Articulating Borescope has 4.5mm diameter camera probe and 1.5 meter long insertion tube. D3245 can be bended in two directions, and the maximum bending angle is ~180 degree. The insertion tube has metal braided outside layers and the bending part is also made with stainless steel, which offers good abrasion resistance. With USB connection, one can connect Vividia D3245 Digital Borescope to a Windows PC (WIndows XP, 7, 8 and 10), MacBook, android devices. With additional Vividia VA-B2 AirBox wireless converter and "AirBox-Vividia Ablescope", D3245 can be used with iPhone and iPad. End users can easily take pictures and videos with free software. The LED brightness can be adjusted. Vividia D3245 Articulating Borescope are an ideal tool for automotive, airplane, aviation, manufacturing, and instrument inspections.
Camera probe diameter: 4.5mm
Insertion tube length: 1.5 meter (5 feet)
Articulation angle: two-way ~180º
Probe head material: stainless steel
Insertion tube material: outer braided stainless steel
Light source: Front white LEDs
Bottons: boost，image rotations
Sensor Resolution: 640x480
Video format: AVI
Photo format: jpg
USB Interface: USB2.0
Compatible systems: Windows XP, 7/8/10
Working temperature: -10ºC ~ 60ºC
Storage temperature -10ºC ~ 60ºC
Application software for Windows (XP, 7, 8, 10)
USB Video Scope software for Windows (XP/7/8/10): Download and install camera software by following instructions: Save the file, then open it to install.
For Mac OS users, you can use PhotoBooth, the build-in camera software on Mac, or install "Digital Viewer" for Mac. Download and install the software here. https://s3.amazonaws.com/plugable/bin/Digital_Viewer_3.1.08.dmg
Android: Using the microscope on an Android device requires an OTG cable. We recommend the app CameraFi, available at: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.vaultmicro.camerafi&hl=en
Please note that Android support is on a case-by-case basis. Device manufacturers must have support for USB Video Class devices built in or this will not work. You can find more information about compatible devices from CameraFi website.
iOS (iPhones and iPad): You can not directly connect Vividia USB scopes to a iPhone/iPad. You need our wireless converter and our app to use your iPhone/iPad with Vividia USB scopes. Here is more information about Vividia VA-B2 AirBox wireless converter and app "AirBox-Vividia Ablescope". You can download the app from Apple's app store.
Chrome OS: Our USB scopes can be used with the default Camera app that comes with Chrome. In the Camera app, you may need to select the ‘Switch Camera’ button next to the red ‘Capture’ button. Some Chrome machines with built-in cameras may need to have the device pointer changed. This can be done by going to Settings > Advanced Settings > Privacy > Content Settings > Camera, and change the device in the dropdown to “USB Microscope”
Linux: We have tested our USB scopes with many Linux distros utilizing either the Cheese app or GTK+ UVC Viewer. These can either be installed by searching by app name through the app store in your Linux distro (if available), or by using the following terminal commands:“sudo apt-get install guvcview” OR “sudo apt-get install cheese”