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Canon Medical, Video Sensing Division

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The new SV-1000 from Canon Medical, Video Sensing Division (VSD) will be on display. The SV-1000 is a chip-on-tip video borescope camera that delivers an excellent solution for a variety of inspection applications.

The 1.6mm diameter camera includes the ultra-small CMOS sensor with 400 x 400-pixel resolution, 120-degree FOV lens and integrated LED light for illumination within a 1.9m flexible shaft. The small diameter sensor assembly includes a mountable handle and connects to a separate camera/LED controller.

The system features dual, simultaneous-image outputs, HDMI and USB 3.0, allowing the flexibility for viewing from a connected display, as well as through a PC for image capture and documentation. The front-end borescope is rated to IPx7 and can be completely submerged for cleaning or submerged during operation. The separate camera control unit is water resistant to IPx4.

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