Klein Tools introduced the WiFi Borescope, No. ET20, which enables professionals to display, save, and share jobsite images and videos through a mobile app compatible with Android or iPhone devices. Klein’s WiFi Borescope helps professionals save time spent reporting camera output by transforming compatible smartphones to smart tools for use across all jobsites.
The WiFi Borescope features:
- Ability to transmit and display images and video directly to compatible smartphones up to 30 feet (9m) away.
- The 9 mm camera has six on-board, adjustable LED lights and outputs high-quality 640 x 480 images.
- The 6’ (1.8m) IP67 waterproof camera gooseneck maneuvers around obstacles while maintaining rigidity.
- A rechargeable lithium-ion battery has a 5-hour runtime.
- The Wi-Fi connection and battery status indicators track proper functionality.
- The camera LEDs are controlled directly from the borescope or in the app.
- Ability to display, store, and share images and videos via text or email on the Klein Tools Borescope App.
- An easy-to-carry pocket clip, a USB charging cable, a hook attachment, a carrying case, and instructions.
The Klein Tools Borescope App is available free at Google Play or the App Store and features:
- Ability to display borescope output to compatible iPhone / Android devices.
- Ability to rotate the image without struggling with the camera and cable orientation.
- Ability to capture, record, save, and share images and videos transmitted from the borescope.
- Ability to manage camera LED lights.
- Ability to adjust camera and video settings for optimum capturing; optimized for Apple iOS version 6 or higher and Android version 4.2 or higher.
“Klein Tools’ new WiFi Borescope features a small, rugged camera and a 6’ waterproof gooseneck to capture vivid images and video even when maneuvering around tough obstacles,” says Aaron Holcomb, product manager at Klein Tools. “Once the Klein Tools Borescope App is installed, professionals can quickly connect their smartphone via the built-in Wi-Fi signal, making it easier to display, record, store, and share the camera’s output.”