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- n. Plural form of fiberscope.
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Some fiberscopes use an additional fiber to carry light from an external source to illuminate the material being inspected, for clearer
All fiberscopes introduce a certain amount of image distortion; much of this is similar to the distortion of modern night vision
The LB24 industrial series is intended for OEM system integration such as lighting for borescopes, fiberscopes and microscopes and can be operated in portable applications using low-voltage battery packs.
Manufacturer of opto electrical equipment including borescopes, fiberscopes & videoscopes as well ...
The increase in loss from operations during YTD 09 and Q2 09 is mainly attributable to: (i) initial production start-up cost related to our new videoscope products; (ii) initial sales and marketing expenses related to the launching of our videoscope family of products and building our sales force; (iii) higher research and development expenses related to the further development and expansion of our videoscope family of products and our new line of fiberscopes, both of which will be released within the next year; and (iv) increased operational expenses to support the anticipated growth of our production capacity for our videoscope and fiberscope products.