(PRWEB) October 02, 2012 -- Micro borescopes are small optical devices that are used to inspect tiny spaces, places and miniature parts. Their design includes a small probe diameter to access small crevices and spaces with ease. However their small size does not compromise on the image quality. These optical state of the art devices render high resolution images with precision.
Fiberscope.net is pleased to announce they will be carrying a 0.38mm diameter ultra thin HQ borescope, on a made to order basis. This borescope will feature German made fiber optics to ensure the high quality of the product and the image. Interested parties can contact a sales representative from Fiberscope.net to get more information about the micro borescopes available.
Micro borescopes come in two options – flexible micro borescopes, and semi rigid micro borescopes. Their diameter ranges from 0.35 to 2.4 mm. These particular semi flexible micro borescopes have an innovative design and flexible Teflon and/or stainless steel outer casing. Moderate bending capabilities and its unique ability to withstand tip deflection make the device more durable than other industrial devices of the same type.
Professionals involved in remote visual inspections sometimes demand optical devices for extra fine inspections. Micro borescopes were created especially for these needs. Thanks to new technologies extra thin quartz fibers are packed in an image bundle with the highest pixel density. Of course, fibers used for these micro borescopes are drawn to the smallest possible diameter to get highest resolution available. But there is a trick; micro boroscope with higher resolution will not always provide a better quality image than same diameter but lower resolution micro fiberscope. The reason for this is physics optical rules. A tech expert says: "If you are looking for the best image quality possible you have to be sure that fiber optic image bundle is packed with high quality quartz fibers, and what's more important, correlation between a diameter of single fiber and diameter of the probe has to be carefully measured and calculated. If the individual quartz fibers become too small, you get 'leakage' and the wavelength is too large. So, when you are looking for such narrow diameter scopes make sure you find a manufacturer who uses high tech processes and strict quality control". Fiberscope.net's new 0.35mm scope is made with German optics to ensure the best quality scope for the price.
Fiberscope.net offers flexible micro borescopes and semi rigid micro fiberscopes built only in the US and Germany. You can be sure you buy a ultra thin borescope that will meet your requirements and has the best image quality possible.