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ProVision 100 PV100 Flexible Fiberoptic Scope


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  • Powerful UV diodes emits light at the Wavelength of 395nm
  • Each diode emits 25mcd at 25 degrees
  • Flexible cable fits into 1/2-inch opening
  • Pressure activated light switch
  • Protective boot, flexible eye cup, and carrying case included
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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number SLIPV100
Item Weight1.6 pounds
Product Dimensions26.2 x 3.5 x 2 inches
OriginImported (Costa Rica)
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Item model numberPV100
Item Package Quantity1
  
Additional Information
ASINB00002255Q
Best Sellers Rank #155,200 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.4 pounds
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Shipping Advisory:This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
Date First AvailableJuly 12, 2007
  
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Product Description

From the Manufacturer

Inspect impossible to reach places with the ProVision 100 PV100 Fiberoptic scope—the ultimate hand tool for diagnosis and exploration. The flexible cable fits in openings as small as 1/2-inch in diameter allowing you to look behind walls, down into drains, inside engines, or hundreds of other inaccessible places without costly demolition or disassembly. Adjustable focus, omni-directional cable bends in every direction and the light switch is pressure activated making the PV100 functional and simple to operate. Sealed lens and cable are submersible making them perfect for plumbing applications. 18-inch flexible cable affords great range while the powerful lamp illuminates dark crevices.

FEATURES

  • Powerful UV diodes
  • Flexible cable fits into ½" openings
  • Pressure activated light switch
  • Lens and cable are submersible
  • Omni-directional cable

SPECIFICATIONS

  • UV diodes emit light at the 395nm wavelength
  • Each diode emits 25mcd at 25 degrees
  • Adjustable focus
  • Protective boot and flexible eye cup included
  • Carrying case included

Product Description

See inside finished walls, floors and compartments with this unique tool. Fiber optic scope has adjustable focus and a lamp to illuminate dark crevices. Flexible 18in. shaft with a 40 degree field of view. Simple one hand operation is perfect for electricians, plumbers, carpenters and mechanics. U.S.A. Battery Included: Yes, 2 AA, Battery Type: AA, Material: Fiber optic, Case Included: Yes, Head Size (in.): 0.4

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63 of 63 people found the following review helpful By Reviewer on May 5, 2008
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I bought this in order to inspect the walls of my house for two things: I need to see what wiring needs updated, and I also need to see how much insulation is in my walls. I figured the $160 investment was worth the knowledge I would gain and the time and materials I might save.

When I recieved the scope I opened it immediately and began inspecting one particular light fixture that has been bothering me for quite some time. Two things became readily apparent:

1. The 18" shaft isn't long enough. I should have sprung for the longer one.
2. The shaft is not as flexible as I might have expected, and it is actually a bit bulky with a diameter of approximately 3/8", so you won't be slipping this turkey into little cracks. It seems even too wide to scope it into the dipstick tube in an engine - so I'd guess its use for this application might be to have a look through the throttle body, or through a spark plug hole to see why you have no compression. But even in this case, since the tube has limited flexibility, you'll be able to see a dent in a piston but you might not be able to bend it sharply enough to see a bent valve, i.e, it won't bend at a right angle in so short of a distance. Still quite handy, but a little more limited than I expected.
3. Regarding the focal length, it seems to range from a few inches out to right at the objective. Suppose you fish into a wall outlet and you want to see if there is a fireblock a few feet up the wall... it seems like you probably won't be able to focus on it and you'll just have a black and brown blurry image. To see that far, you have to have a closer access point.
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50 of 53 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on September 3, 2000
Very useful in remodelling work for assessing exisiting plumbing/HVAC work, framing and finding that fish tape that you just can't seem to maneuver correctly. My only complaint is that the light could be brighter. Sure it is a "nich" tool - but it is priceless when it solves a major headache with minor damage to walls.
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17 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Jason on November 18, 2008
I actually ordered the 36" scope with the obedient sheath from ToolTopia. The scope is a pretty good product for the money, but mine arrived damaged. The plastic case was crushed along with the obedient sheath. ToolTopia only deals with returns via e-mail and they are very unresponsive. I've been trying to get an RMA number for over a week. In any other company I've dealt with getting an RMA number is a 5 minute phone call. Stay away from ToolTopia!
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Donald Bright on November 7, 2006
Very useful. A bit cheaply made.It still saved the day a couple of times finding empty areas in walls to run wires.
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