Wireless monitor and recorder for fiberoscope - Tigereye Movie
 Wireless monitor and recorder for fiberoscope - Tigereye

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Wireless monitor and recorder for fiberoscope - Tigereye

  • Wireless 3.5” LCD display screen
  • Photo/video monitor and recorder for fiberoscope - Tigereye
  • MicroSD/SDHC memory cards support
  • PAL/NTSC video output and USB interface
  • Easy to use and ergonomic

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Wireless monitor and recorder for fiberoscope - Tigereye

The Tigereye monitor and recorder is designed for cooperation with fiberscopes of the Ultimate Fiberscope series. It allows to record the video from fiberscopes and making photos. The data is saved on replaceable microSD/SDHC memory cards in AVI/JPEG format. USB interface allows to connect it to the computer and video output in PAL/NTSC format to the external display screen.

  • Frequency range

    Transmission frequency of the Tigereye

    2.4GHz

  • Charging time

    Power supply o the Wireless monitor and recorder for fiberoscope

    Li-Ion accumulator

  • Display

    Display

    TFT LCD 3.5"

  • Transmission range

    Transmission range of the Wireless monitor and recorder for fiberoscope - Tigereye

    up to 9m

Compact casing and firm shape allow an easy operation and manipulating the fiberscope with a connected Tigereye device. A very big asset is a 3.5” LCD screen which can be plugged out and communicates with a recroder wirelessly within 9 meters range. The display screen allows to preview the image obtained by the fiberscope (with 4x zoom and picture rotation) and displays a clear recorder's menu, thus the work is easy and very efficient. Both elements are powered by efficient Li-Ion cells and the provided charger can charge them in the same time.

Chief assets of the Wireless monitor and recorder for fiberoscope - Tigereye

  • Compatible with Ultimate Fiberscope devices
  • Easy plugging the recorder and fiberscope
  • Wireless 3.5” LCD display screen (operation range – 9 meters)
  • 4x digital zoom and picture rotation on the display screen
  • Video recording and photo making possibility
  • Data saved on replaceable microSD/SDHC memory cards
  • USB connection for communication with a computer
  • Analog video output in PAL/NTSC system – for plugging an additional display screen
  • Accumulator powering
  • Multilingual menu (English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese)
  • Sas R&D Services Inc. American brand product available on request

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Manufacturer

SAS R&D Services INC.

SAS R&D Security Inc. is a company specializing in production of equipment for smuggling detection. The devices from SAS R&B help to detect drugs, weapons.

Specification

Specification of Wireless monitor and recorder for fiberoscope - Tigereye
Camera module
Transmission frequency2.4 GHz
Transmission range of the wireless monitor and recorderup to 9 m
Power supplyLi-Ion accumulator
Size215 × 165 × 50 mm
Weigh of the Tigereye425 g
LCD display screen
DisplayTFT LCD 3.5"
Resolution320 × 240
Power supplyLi-Ion accumulator
Size100 × 85 × 25 mm
Weigh172 g

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  • Wireless monitor and recorder for fiberoscope - Tigereye
  • 2GB memory card
  • USB cable
  • Video cable
  • Li-Ion accumulator – 2 pieces
  • Double charger
  • User's manual in English

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Reviews (3)

By Jaylen E.

Comment : This Tigereye is the best equioment of this type I have had.
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By Javier S.

Comment : fast delivery, no problems
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By Malachi P.

Comment : Highly proffesional gear with many advanced functions and great parametres. Definitely not for amateour use as it is too powerful to be used for basic stuff.
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