How to effectively protect the industrial endoscope camera probe from damage?

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The industrial endoscope camera plays an irreplaceable role in the field of non-destructive testing. During the inspection process of the industrial endoscope camera, the probe should be extended into the inspected object for detection. The probe is the core component of the industrial endoscope camera, and it is also a relatively expensive component. To some extent, the correct operation of the industrial endoscope camera is the correct use of the probe. So, how can we effectively protect the industrial endoscope camera probe from damage? The editor of Shenzhou Mingda, a well-known brand of Beijing industrial endoscope camera, will explain to you:

1. Replace the lens with the correct method:

The viewing angle of the probe refers to the angle of the maximum observation range of the probe, and the size of the viewing angle is determined by the lens group on the probe. They are usually mounted on the front end of the probe with dual connection methods such as double thread, thread and external lock. Industrial endoscope cameras, especially video endoscopes, can change the viewing angle by changing different conversion lenses. Therefore, if the lens needs to be replaced during the inspection process, it must be replaced correctly according to the interface method, and the installation is firm to prevent the lens from falling off during the subsequent inspection process.

2. Timely storage and regular maintenance:

After completing the inspection task, it is recommended that after cleaning the industrial endoscope camera circuit and probe, when purchasing the endoscope, each part should be put into a standard box to protect the probe and facilitate the next contact. In addition, the maintenance of the industrial endoscope camera should be carried out on time, and the common faults should be dealt with in a timely manner and properly handled, which will help increase the service life of the camera.

3. Enter and exit the probe slowly and carefully:

For endoscopy, since the inspection of the pipeline accounts for more than half of the total non-destructive inspection workload, the larger the diameter and length of the probe, the smaller the gap after entering the pipeline, the easier it is to block the entry and exit of the pipeline, and the easier it is to block and damage. probe. Therefore, when the probe is fed during the inspection, the movements should be slow and careful to ensure that the probe reaches the designated position smoothly. If the camera encounters significant frictional resistance during the whole process of pushing, it should stop moving forward first, remove the resistance and then push it, and do not pull it hard. For the same reason, the probe should be moved slowly and cautiously when withdrawing.

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