Olympus Australia will be exhibiting some of the smallest models in their industry-leading portfolio of innovative test, measurement, and imaging instruments at the upcoming Austech 2013 show in May.
Olympus’ palm-sized IPLEX Ultralite industrial videoscope from IBD weighs just 700gm, features a compact, durable body and delivers high-quality images from inspections in tough and confined areas. According to Mark Wheatley, Olympus Videoscope Sales Specialist, the ergonomic design allows the device to fit snugly into the palm of the hand to support speedy, fatigue-free operation even during prolonged inspections.
Also displayed on the Olympus stand, the i-SPEED range of high-speed video cameras can record up to one million frames per second even under extremely low light conditions, while the Magna-Mike 8600, a portable thickness gauge uses a simple magnetic method to make reliable and repeatable measurements on nonferrous materials.
According to Wheatley, advances in imaging and battery technology have enabled IBD to build one of the lightest and most compact videoscopes. The videoscope comes with a 2m or 3.5m insertion tube, both of which offer quick and accurate articulation. Insertion tubes are available in 4mm or 6mm diameters. The tube is both crush and abrasion-resistant, and its graduated flexibility enables inspection of objects inside windings and rough paths.
IBD is a business division of Olympus Corporation, an international company operating in industrial, medical and consumer markets, specialising in optics, electronics and precision engineering.
Olympus Australia will be displaying their products on Stand #790 in Hall 7 at Austech 2013.