For examination of large cavities and viewing over longer distances, or where CCTV or photographic equipment is in use, a high intensity light source is recommended, such as the Olympus ILH-2, which uses a powerful 50W Metal Halide arc lamp.The small size and light weight aids portability and makes the ILH-2 an ideal solution for portable system packaging solutions.
It is available in two different variants - the ILH-2A for operation from AC power supplies and the ILH-2B for DC battery compatibility or from a separate AC power supply. In addition, both versions feature two separate 12V DC outputs for convenient connection to accessory products such as CCTV cameras and LCD monitors. The ILH-2 light source can be retrospectively fitted to many of the Olympus Series 6 videoscope system packages where the resulting improvements in brightness allow significant enhancements in performance for these systems.
The ILH-2 will accept standard Olympus light guide cables and by using an accessory lamp tray assembly, is compatible with the larger light guide cables employed by 16mm (0.63") diameter rigid borescopes. A mechanical brightness control is featured to adjust the light output without affecting the color temperature.
NOTE: The ILH-2 lamp contains Mercury. Dispose according to local, State or Federal laws.
The ILP-1 light source has been specifically designed for large void inspections. Incorporating the latest UHP lamp technology it is now the brightest, most powerful light source ever produced by Olympus.The ILP-1 has two hirose power outputs offering a 12VDC 4 amp total for operation of Olympus ancillary equipment.
NOTE: The ILP-1 lamp contains Mercury. Dispose according to local, State or Federal laws.For specifications.