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fibrescope

(ˈfaɪbəˌskəʊp) or

fiberscope

n
(Medicine) an endoscope that transmits images of the interior of a hollow organ by fibre optics
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Founded in 1967, Instrument Technology manufactures optical viewing instruments including borescopes, fiberscopes, videoscopes and endoscopes for inspection and observation into inaccessible or hostile environments.
Contract notice: Delivery of optics, fiberscopes, sterile containers and accessories for use in the clinic for ear, nose and throat specialists.
Observation of spinal canal and cistemae with the newly developed small-diameter, flexible fiberscopes.
Its provides products such as Broncho endoscopes, endoscopic ultrasound systems, capsule endoscopy systems, medical information systems, therapeutic peripherals, biological microscopes, inverted biological microscopes, stereo microscopes, confocal laser scanning microscopes, single-molecule fluorescence detection systems, industrial fiberscopes, peripherals, ultrasonic flaw detectors, IC recorders, optical materials, binoculars, among others.
Scopes include borescopes, semi-flexible scopes, articulating fiberscopes and videoscopes
Tools, such as fiberscopes, are the newest tools in this regard.
8) Further, fiberscopes are expensive, fragile, demand meticulous maintenance and sterilization, and can still be rendered useless in the presence of blood or secretions.
Olympus provides an industry-leading portfolio of testing technologies including ultrasound phased-array, eddy current, eddy current array, as well as the extensive range of IPLEX videoscopes, fiberscopes, borescopes, and the world class High Speed Video Camera.
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.
Department of Homeland Security has ordered more than $500,000 of the portable fiberscopes from Optim, a privately held company.
Tokyo, Japan, Oct 30, 2007 - (JCN) - A big problem for wired robots that collect information at rescue scenes using fiberscopes and mobile camera systems is that their cables can tangle in narrow passageways, and they can become stuck because of obstacles.
Fiberscopes are similar in nature, but are equipped with articulating heads.