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Seeing through the keyhole is easy with a small tube

September 14, 2010 Technology No Commenti

Those among us who have passed the forty year mark may nostalgically remember those times when we could innocently spy from the key hole, to discover new worlds and untold secrets, or even just to take a look at the lady next door while she was in the bathroom!

Nowadays, the keys used to lock the doors of our homes and offices have dramatically changes, and therefore it is impossible to put your eyes close to the keyhole to take a look at what’s on the other side… unless you have a fiberscope.

Fiberscopes are devices which, thanks to a long and thin tube, allow us to inspect into otherwise closed environments. This tube, with its diameter below 2 millimeters, can be inserted into a pipe to look for any possible leak or imperfection, or in a small hole on a door to spy what happens in the room behind it, and so on and so forth.

Thanks to optical fibers contained inside the flexible tube, and to the needle-type viewer at the end of it, the fiberscope is capable of picking up images where a normal video or photo camera would not be able to reach. It can also be connected to an external camera or video recorder, to save the images it picks up.

There are several possible applications for fiberscopes, not only to inspect environments normally difficult to reach, for example for a mechanic who could take a look at the conditions of a car’s ducts without having to get dirty, but also for video surveillance, for law enforcement trying to gather evidence against dangerous criminals.

For more details on how fiberscopes are working, we recommend that you visit the Endoacustica website, and ask for advice from our specialists who will certainly recommend the suitable option for your professional or surveillance needs.

An optical fiberscope to see in hidden corners

May 27, 2010 Technology 3 Commenti

At any time, in our home, we may happen to lose small objects which, as it happens, end up in the most hidden corners, just where we really can not get to them or even see them; or our female readers may happen to lose an earring while they are driving, and not be able to locate it.

In order to solve this kind of problems, but also for professional applications in several different fields, technology lends us a hand by bringing us an optical fiberscope. The fiberscope is bade up of a long flexible thin tube, which at one end houses a miniature camera, and on the other one has a viewfinder, but in case of need can also be connected to a laptop or PC.

By placing the flexible tube in a hard-to-reach corner, one can easily see if anything is concealed there, even if you do not have a direct view. This type of technology has a wide range of applications, not only for this kind of personal use, but most of all for professional use.

Just think, for example, of how much a device of this kind can do for a mechanic, who will be able to inspect the inside of the tubes running inside the engine of a car, searching for any cracks or imperfections, or for a plumber who will be able to do the same with water pipes, without having to spend too much energy to detect any leak which may become dangerous if not treated in a timely fashion, as well as it will be possible to inspect gas pipes to prevent potentially fatal leakages.

Furthermore, in the countersurveillance field, a fiberscope may be your best friend when you need to inspect recesses where a bug, a micro transmitter or a hidden microphone may have been concealed.
For more information on how fiberscopes are working, we recommend that you visit the Endoacustica website and contact our experts.

Optical fibers to see through a wall

January 17, 2010 Technology No Commenti

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Being able to see without being seen is one of mankind’s great dreams, and the principle on which our work in the information gathering and surveillance field is based; this work is of course supported by technology, and when it comes to seeing without being noticed, even a thick wall is no obstacle if the right devices are on our side.

For example, optical fibers are greatly useful in this respect, because they have great capabilities within a space that can be as thin and long as a hair, but much more resistant; thanks to these capabilities, devices such as, for example, a fiberscope, can be used as if they were hidden cameras, by simply digging a hole and squeezing its tiny cable (just 5mm wide) inside it.

At one end of the cable, the fiberscope has a miniature viewer, which allows its user to examine an environment without being noticed, as well as using the fiberscope to inspect hidden corners such as home pipes or the engine of a car.

Other optical fibre devices which can find applications in the surveillance field are, for examples, fiberscopes which allow you to see through a ceiling thanks to their cable which is just 2.5 mm thin, or small monoculars which, if placed on the peephole of a door, can show you what is going on behind the door and inside the apartment.

This kind of device is very useful in intelligence gathering and surveillance, for example when law enforcement agents are chasing a suspect who takes a room in a hotel. In this case, they will just have to take a room next to his, plug a hole in the wall (of course while he is away!) and place the fiberscope inside it, if possible connecting it to a micro digital video recorder in order to store any footage captured and use it as evidence. Simple, huh?

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