Autel MaxiVideo MV400 Digital Videoscope With 8.5mm Diameter Imager Head Inspection

Autel MaxiVideo MV400 Digital Videoscope With 8.5mm Diameter Imager Head Inspection

Original premier Autel MaxiVideo MV400 digital videoscope is an ideal tool for examining difficult-to-reach areas normally hidden from sight. It features the ability to record digital still images and MPEG2 or MPEG1 video either on its internal flash memory or on the removable SD cards (optional).
Autel MaxiVideo MV400  Digital Videoscope with 8.5mm Diameter Imager Head Inspection
The MaxiVideo MV400 not only features a 3.5″ full color LCD screen, auto focus and viewing capacity as close as 1″ with crystal clear output, but also offers the capability to stream digital video directly to a PC. The multipurpose video scope is an economical solution to inspect machinery, facilities and infrastructure in the safest, quickest and most cost-effective manner possible.
MV400 Features:
Record and play back still images and video clips
3.5 ” high resolution full color LCD display (320×240)
Easy-to-use, multi-language interface
Wide camera angle for in images with 640×480 resolution
With removable SD cards, save images and videos to take with anywhere
On-screen horizontal/vertical reverse
5x digital zoom for increased viewing
Mini USB connector for uploading images and videos to a computer
Probe diameter available in either 8.5mm(0.33″) and fits most spark plug holes
White LED to illuminate the inspection area, with illumination control
View objects as close as 1″
Oil and scratch resistant tempered glass lens
1M (39.4″) semi-rigid, but flexible watertight shaft
Built-in rechargeable Li-ion battery with up to 5-6 hours of continuous use.
Ergonomic and durable tool housing
One-year limited warranty
View objects as close as 1″
Powered by a Lithium-Ion battery with a battery life of up to 4hrs
Can operate the tool while charging the battery
Composite video output jack (RCA)
MV400 Specification:
Recommended use: Indoor
Optimal viewing Distance: 1″ to 14″ (2.5cm to 35.6cm) with 8.5mm diameter imager head
Image capture: JPG images (640×480) AVI videos (320 x 240)
Screen type display: 3.5″ TFT LCD
Display resolution: 320 x 240
Power supply: Built-in rechargeable lithium-ion battery pack (3.7V/1640 mAh)
Tested battery life: 3-4 hours of continuous use
Recording medium: Micro SD card (Micro SD card is optional and not included)
Imager head: 5.5mm (0.22″)
Waterproof: Imager head and cable to 3m (10′)
Additonal ports: USB, video out (TV-out) port
Operating temp.: Main unit: 32°F to 113°F (0°C to 45°C); Cable: 14°F to 176°F (-10°C to 80°C)
Storage temp.: -4°F to 158°F (-20°C to 70°C)
Video output: RCA
TV out: NTSC, PAL
Package List:
MaxiVideo MV400 tool
User Manual
Blow molded Case
Imager head and cable (8.5mm)
Accessories- mirror, hook and magnet
USB Cable
Video-out cable
Charger

 

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