ProVision borescopes, a part of CML Innovative Technologies Corporation, are widely used today in many different fields: mechanical, electrical, plumbing, HVAC, home and office extermination, building inspection, welding, carpentry and other building trades — the list goes on and on. ProVision borescopes are used extensively by these professionals because they are precision instruments which are offered at an extremely competitive price.
Basic ProVision borescopes, like their PV2636-21 and PV2618-21, feature an innovated duel-shaft, convertible 2-in-1 design, in either an 18 inch or 36 inch length And the ProVision borescope, model PV-100, comes in an 18 inch, 0.4 inch diameter configuration. If you need a slightly smaller diameter, then choose the PV-618 model. This ProVision borescope is 18 inches long, with a diameter of 0.23 inches.
ProVision borescope models such as the PV-100, have an “obedient” scope — which holds its shape until you re-adjust it. If you are looking for a ProVision borescope in a longer length, I would recommend the PV-300 or PV-636. Both of these models of ProVision borescopes are 36 inches in length, with either a 0.4 inch diameter tube (PV-300) or a 0.23 inch diameter tube (PV-636).
If you are looking for “a step up,” then I would recommend the ProVision Elite series. You can purchase, for example their Eagle model. This ProVision borescope incorporates two high-output diodes into its design. You can also purchase the ProVision Elite with a movable, articulated end-tip. The articulated scope model features 10,000- pixel resolution and a controllable, 2-way articulated lens.
One great feature of ProVision borescopes is that the shaft on all their models is completely waterproof! This means that you can insert the shaft of your ProVision borescope into any water, and not only will it continue to function, but the water will not damage the shaft in any way!
In addition to your ProVision borescope, you can also purchase necessary accessories. For example, you can purchase a protective boot, which will cover the eyepiece to protect it. For comfort, you can outfit your ProVision borescope with a soft rubber eye cup. And if you wish to attach a camera (still camera) to your ProVision borescope to document your findings with pictures, you can purchase a camera coupler, which will allow your camera to be attached directly to the unit.
Finally, your ProVision borescope comes with a generous warranty — a one-year warranty against defects in the materials and workmanship of your borescope (starting with your date of purchase). Note: ProVision borescopes are not intended to be used in a medical environment, and are designed to be used in a temperature range of -10°F-120°F.