Initial Operation - Bosch GOS 10,8 V-LI Professional Original Instructions Manual

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Mounting the Mirror, Magnet or Hook
(see figure B)
The mirror 17, the magnet 15 and the hook 16 can be mount-
ed to the camera head 7 as auxiliary aids.
Slide one of the three auxiliary aids to the stop onto the recess
on the camera head 7 as shown in the figure.
Note: The magnet 15 and the hook 16 are only suitable for
moving and removing loose, small and light objects. Applying
too much tension can damage the inspection camera or the
auxiliary aid.
Connecting the External Image Reproduction
(see figure C)
The image signal of the inspection camera can be transferred
to an external monitor, which can represent a standard NTSC
video signal.
Insert the black plug of the supplied video cable 19 into the
video output socket 18 of the inspection camera. Connect the
video cable to an appropriate monitor.
Read and observe the and operating instructions of the exter-
nal monitor.
 Protect the hand unit 1 and the battery 10 against
moisture and direct sunlight. Camera cable, camera
head and extension are watertight to a depth of approx.
10 m. However, the hand unit and the battery are not pro-
tected against water; in case of contact with water, the risk
of electric shock or damage is given.
 Do not subject the inspection camera to extreme tem-
peratures or variations in temperature. As an example,
do not leave it in vehicles for longer periods. In case of
large variations in temperature, allow the inspection cam-
era to adjust to the ambient temperature before putting it
into operation.
 Do not use the inspection camera when the lens on the
camera head 7 is misty or fogged-up. Do not switch the
inspection camera on until after the moisture has evap-
orated. Otherwise, the inspection camera can become

Initial Operation

Inserting the battery
 Use only original Bosch lithium-ion batteries with the
voltage listed on the nameplate of your inspection cam-
era. Using other batteries can lead to injuries and pose a
fire hazard.
Note: Using batteries not suitable for your inspection camera
can lead to malfunctions or damage the inspection camera.
Insert the charged battery 10 into the handle until it can be
felt to engage and faces flush against the handle.
Switching On and Off
To switch on the inspection camera, press the On/Off button
3. The display 5 shows the image of the camera head 7.
To switch off the inspection camera, press the On/Off button
3 again.
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When no button on the inspection camera is pressed for ap-
prox. 20 minutes, it automatically switches off to save the
Regulating the Illumination Light in the Camera Head
To brighten the camera image on display 5, the illumination
light 9 in the camera head can be switched on and its bright-
ness can be regulated.
To switch on the camera's illumination light 9 and increase its
brightness, press button "+" 2 until the desired brightness is
 Do not stare into the illumination light 9 and do not di-
rect it at other persons. The brightness of the light can
blind the eyes.
To reduce the brightness and switch off the camera light 9,
press button "–" 4 until the desired brightness is reached or
the light is switched off.
Working Advice
Check the area that you want to inspect and pay particular at-
tention to obstructions or hazard areas.
Bend the camera cable 6 in such a manner that the camera
head can be easily inserted into the area subject to the inspec-
tion. Carefully guide the camera cable in.
Adjust the brightness of the illumination light 9 so that the im-
age can be seen well. For heavily reflecting objects, as an ex-
ample, less light will provide a better image.
When objects to be inspected are represented unsharp, re-
duce or increase the distance between camera head 7 and ob-
If required, bend the camera cable 6 in such a manner that the
camera image is shown upright on display 5.
Recommendations for Optimal Handling of the Battery
Protect the battery against moisture and water.
Store the battery only within a temperature range between
0 °C and 50 °C. As an example, do not leave the battery in the
car in summer.
A significantly reduced working period after charging indi-
cates that the battery is used and must be replaced.
Observe the notes for disposal.
Maintenance and Service
Maintenance and Cleaning
Do not immerse the hand unit 1 into water or other fluids.
Keep the inspection camera clean at all times. Clean the in-
spection camera and all auxiliary aids particularly thorough af-
ter having worked in areas with substances that are hazard-
ous to one's health.
Wipe off debris using a moist and soft cloth. Do not use any
cleaning agents or solvents.
Especially clean the lens 8 of the camera regularly and pay at-
tention for any lint.
If the inspection camera should fail despite the care taken in
manufacture and testing, repair should be carried out by an
authorised customer services agent for Bosch power tools.
Do not open the inspection camera yourself.
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