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GE
Digital Solutions
Remote Visual Inspection
XL Lv VideoProbe
XLLVBMAN Rev. B
March 2017

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  • Page 1 Digital Solutions Remote Visual Inspection XL Lv VideoProbe XLLVBMAN Rev. B March 2017...
  • Page 3 XL Lv VideoProbe Operating Manual XLLVBMAN Rev.A April 2016...
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  • Page 5 - graphic, electronic, or mechanical, including photocopying, recording, taping, or otherwise - without the prior written permission of the publishers. Individual reproductions are allowed for business purposes only with the prior written consent of GE Inspection Technologies. Should you have any questions concerning clarification of problems in connection with application, use,...
  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    Introduction ..................................12 About this Manual ........................................12 Battery XL Lv ..........................................13 Indicators, and Connectors ....................................14 Controls ............................................... 15 Safety Information ............................... 17 Symbols and Terms ........................................17 General Warnings ........................................17 General Cautions ........................................18 Battery Warnings ........................................19 Symboles et termes employés...
  • Page 7 Live Main Menu > Image Control > Invert ............................44 Live Main Menu > Annotation ..................................45 Live Main Menu > Annotation > Text ................................46 Live Main Menu > Annotation > Arrow ..............................47 Live Main Menu > Annotation > Preset ..............................48 Live Main Menu > Annotation > Hide Annotation ........................... 49 Live Main Menu > File Manager ..................................50 Live Main Menu > Eject Hardware ................................51 Live Main Menu >...
  • Page 8 Maintenance ............................Inspecting and Cleaning the System ................................. 84 Cleaning Optical Tips ....................................... 84 Service ..............................................85 Technical Specifications ............................86 Operating Temperature ......................................86 Camera ..............................................86 System ..............................................86 Power ..............................................87 Power Supply ..........................................87 Standards Compliance and Classifications ............................87 Software .............................................
  • Page 9: Introduction

    The manual contains complete setup, operating, and maintenance instructions for the XL Lv video borescope system. The manual also provides a product overview, step-by-step procedures, and reference information.
  • Page 10: Battery Xl Lv

    XL Lv...
  • Page 11: Indicators, And Connectors

    Indicators, and Connectors LCD Screen Integrated 2.5 mm headset/microphone jack VGA output Controls 2-hour Lithium Ion Battery Battery Locking Screw Battery Charge Indicator AC to DC Adaptor Input USB Bay Insertion Tube Strap Insertion Tube...
  • Page 12: Controls

    Controls The following buttons control basic and advanced operation of the XL Lv VideoProbe...
  • Page 13 1 Left Soft Key Activates screen command listed on system LCD. This key will most frequently return the user BACK one screen. 2 Power/Exit Turns system power on/off. Also used to exit menus, return to live/frozen video and disable image control features. 3 Joystick Controls articulation. Press to activate the Live Main Menu, Recalled Image Menu, and Freeze Frame Menu. Push the joystick left/right/up/ down to navigate menus and sub-menus. 4 Steering Control Press and release to keep bending neck locked in place after the joystick is released.
  • Page 14: Safety Information

    Damage to the equipment and/or electrical shock to the operator may result. Do not use this system in explosive environments USE PROPERLY. Using any piece of this equipment in a manner not specified by the manufacturer may impair the product’s ability to protect the user from harm. XL Lv power supply is rated for indoor use only.
  • Page 15: General Cautions

    General Cautions The following caution statements apply to use of the XL Lv device in general. Caution statements that apply specifically to particular procedures appear in the corresponding sections of the manual. HANDLE PROBE CAREFULLY. Keep the insertion tube away from sharp objects that might penetrate its outer sheath. Keep the whole insertion tube as straight as possible during operation;...
  • Page 16: Battery Warnings

    Battery Warnings Only use the battery (XLGOABATTA or XLGOABATTB) and power supply (XLGOACHGR) specified for use with the XL Lv system. Before use, thoroughly review the instructions in this manual for the battery and battery charger to fully understand the information contained in them, and observe the instructions during use. WARNING • Do not place the battery in fire or exceed the battery operating temperature.
  • Page 17: Symboles Et Termes Employés

    Remarque : avant l’utilisation ou l’entretien du système, vous devez lire et comprendre les informations de sécurité qui suivent. Symboles et termes employés Les symboles suivants sont apposés sur le produit : Voir la documentation jointe. Avertissements généraux Les avertissements suivants s’appliquent à l’utilisation du système en général. Les avertissements qui s’appliquent spécifiquement à des procédures particulières sont indiqués dans les sections correspondantes de ce manuel. Le système XL Lv et les outils de travail qui l’accompagnent ne doivent jamais entrer en contact direct avec une source de tension ou de courant. Évitez tout contact avec des conducteurs ou des bornes électriques sous tension.
  • Page 18: Avertissements Liés à La Batterie

    MANIPULER LA SONDE AVEC PRÉCAUTION. Maintenez la gaine de la sonde à l’écart d’objets pointus ou tranchants qui risqueraient de traverser son fourreau. Maintenez toute la gaine aussi droite que possible pendant l’utilisation : en cas de boucle ou de courbure, il est plus difficile de piloter le bout de la sonde. Évitez de trop courber la gaine. de traverser son fourreau. Maintenez toute la gaine aussi droite que possible pendant l’utilisation : en cas de boucle ou de courbure, il est plus difficile de piloter le bout de la sonde. Évitez de trop courber la gaine. Remarque : utilisez toujours le bouton de rangement pour redresser le béquillage avant de rétracter la gaine de la zone d’inspection ou de ranger la sonde. Ne manipulez jamais le béquillage à la main pour le tirer, le courber ou le redresser : vous risqueriez de l’endommager à l’intérieur. Envoyez la sonde en réparation au premier signe...
  • Page 19 L’utilisation de la batterie en dehors de la plage de fonctionnement recommandée entraînerait une dégradation de ses performances et de sa longévité. Lorsque vous stockez la batterie, veillez à la retirer de sa base. Plage de température recommandée pour le fonctionnement de la batterie Lithium-Ion. Décharge (à l’utilisation de l’appareil) : -20˚C à +46˚CRecharge , 0˚C à +40˚CStockage, -25˚C à +60˚C...
  • Page 20: Getting Started

    Getting Started System Removal Gently remove the insertion tube and handset from the storage case.
  • Page 21: System Power On

    System Power On Press and hold the Power/Exit key briefly to power on. The buttons and Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) will light and begin the power-up sequence. After approximately 30 seconds, the system screen will display live video and screen prompts. The system is now ready for use. Note: All batteries are shipped with a partial charge. Batteries should be fully charged prior to use.
  • Page 22: System Power Off

    Key illumination and LED probe lights will go out when system is completely powered down. System Storage Carefully coil the insertion tube into the storage area. Place the XL Lv handset into the designated foam cutout. LCD screen should face up.
  • Page 23: Mounting Accessories

    Mounting Accessories Assemble the optional mounting accessories by screwing together the mini magic clamp, swivel ball, and handset holder. Secure the XL Lv mini magic clamp and place the XL Lv system in the handset holder.
  • Page 24: Battery

    Battery Installing Battery Insert the battery into the handset. The battery is installed properly when the latching mechanism is engaged. Note: Do not force the battery into the handset, as damage may occur. The battery is keyed and may only be installed in the proper orientation.
  • Page 25: Battery Charge Level

    Battery Charge Level Check the battery charge by pressing the battery symbol on the front of the battery. Each light represents approximately 20% of the battery charge capacity. Charging Battery Plug the included XLGOACHGR power adaptor into a suitable AC power source and connect the DC output of the battery charger into the XL Lvbattery. The LED battery lights will illuminate according to the amount of charge attained.
  • Page 26: Keyboard Support

    Keyboard Support To use an external, USB keyboard, plug the approved device into one of the two USB ports. For a list of approved keyboards, contact your sales representative or customer support. The function keys on the keyboard act as the keys on the XL Lu F1: Menu Function on Joystick F2: Left Soft Key F3: Power/Exit Key...
  • Page 27: Saving Images And Video

    Saving Images and Video Still Images To capture a still image, compose the picture and press and release Freeze/Enter. Press the right soft key with SAVE on the LCD above to save to the default location. Alternately, from live video, press and hold Freeze/Enter to quick-save. Video To record live video, press and hold the left soft key labeled RECORD on the LCD above. A red record symbol will appear in the upper right hand corner. When the video is stopped, it will automatically save to the default location.
  • Page 28: Optical Tip

    Optical Tips Optical tips are attached to the insertion tube using a double thread. This prevents unintended departures of optical tips from the probe. Each optical tip provides a unique depth of field (DOF), field of view (FOV) and direction of view (DOV). A complete list of available tips is provided in the Appendix. Optical Tip Removal 1. Grasp the head of the probe with one hand and gently loosen the tip counterclockwise with the other hand. The tip has cleared the first set of threads when it spins freely.
  • Page 29 Tip Tool Proper Use (3.9 mm only) Removing Tips 1. Apply empty tip tool to probe head. 2. Apply pressure while turning in the counter-clockwise position. 3. When tip tool spins freely, gently pull up while twisting in the counter-clockwise position to release the second set of threads. 4. Remove tip tool and tip will be within. Applying Tips 1. Apply tip tool containing appropriate tip to probe head.
  • Page 30: Common Tasks

    Common Tasks GO TO Menu Many common operating tasks are available in the GOTO menu. This menu is available by pressing right soft key labeled GOTO during live video mode. To exit any menu, press Power/Exit. GO TO > File Manager To enter the file manager, navigate to FILE MANAGER with the joystick and select with the right soft key labeled SELECT.
  • Page 31: Go To > Eject Hardware

    GO TO > Eject Hardware To eject USB thumb drives before removal, use the joystick to navigate to the right of EJECT HARDWARE and select USB1 using the right soft key labeled SELECT. Note: Always use EJECT HARDWARE before removing a USB thumb drive to prevent loss of data.
  • Page 32: Go To > Zoom Level

    GO TO > Zoom Level An image can be zoomed from 1 (normal view) to 5 (5 times zoomed). Navigate to the right of ZOOM LEVEL and use the joystick to adjust the zoom level.
  • Page 33: Go To > Light Output

    GO TO > Light Output To turn the LED optical light On or Off, navigate to the right of LIGHT OUTPUT and select ON or OFF. Note: Turning on FREEZE FRAME is a convenient way to turn off the light output and is ideal for changing optical tips and conserving battery charge.
  • Page 34: Go To > Long Exposure

    GO TO > Long Exposure The XL Lv system can brighten the image by varying the exposure time. Keep the probe tip as still as possible when capturing an image with long exposure to minimize the risk of blurring. Select LONG EXPOSURE to choose manual exposure, automatic long exposure, or to turn long exposure off. Long Exposure may be turned off in live video mode by pressing the...
  • Page 35: Go To > Inverse

    GO TO > Inverse + Inverse + reverses the brightness similar to a photographic negative. It enhances the image contrast, making subtle details more visible. Inverse + may be turned off in live video mode by pressing the Power/Exit key. To activate or deactivate, navigate to INVERSE + and choose ON or OFF.
  • Page 36: Go To > Invert

    GO TO > Invert The invert function flips an image horizontally. To activate or deactivate, navigate to INVERT and choose ON or OFF. Invert may be turned off in live video mode by pressing the Power/Exit key. GO TO > Annotations When Annotations have already been added to the image, user can quickly remove them by choosing ANNOTATIONS > DELETE ALL.
  • Page 37: Live Main Menu

    Live Main Menu To activate the LIVE MAIN MENU, press and release the joystick. To exit any menu, press Power/Exit. Live Main Menu > Light Output To turn the LED optical light on/off, use the joystick to choose LIGHT OUTPUT and select ON or OFF. Note: Turning on FREEZE FRAME is a convenient way to turn off the light output and is ideal for changing optical tips. For Battery models this also conserves battery charge.
  • Page 38: Live Main Menu > Image Control

    Live Main Menu > Image Control From the LIVE MAIN MENU, select IMAGE CONTROL. The changes made to the Image Controls take effect immediately. The following options are then available: • Image Brightness • Zoom Level • Invert Note: By pressing the power/exit key twice, any image control features will be turned off and returned to factory default settings.
  • Page 39: Live Main Menu > Image Control > Image Brightness

    Live Main Menu > Image Control > Image Brightness Navigate to IMAGE BRIGHTNESS from the IMAGE CONTROL Menu and use the joystick to adjust the image brightness.
  • Page 40: Live Main Menu > Image Control > Zoom Level

    Live Main Menu > Image Control > Zoom Level Navigate to ZOOM LEVEL from the IMAGE CONTROL Menu and use the joystick to adjust the zoom level. Digital zoom levels from 1x to 5x may be selected.
  • Page 41: Live Main Menu > Image Control > Invert

    Live Main Menu > Image Control > Invert The invert function flips an image horizontally. To activate or deactivate Invert, navigate to INVERT from the IMAGE CONTROL MENU and select ON or OFF. Note: This feature is most useful when using Side-view Optical Tips.
  • Page 42: Live Main Menu > Annotation

    Live Main Menu > Annotation Annotating an XL Lv image means adding text or arrows to describe or point out areas of interest: cracks, defects, etc. Annotation may be used on live, frozen, and recalled images. To alter the annotation settings, press the joystick to activate the LIVE MAIN MENU and select ANNOTATION. Note: There is a maximum of 3 lines of text/arrows per annotation. Note: See the Freeze Frame Menu to enable Audio Annotation.
  • Page 43: Live Main Menu > Annotation > Text

    Live Main Menu > Annotation > Text To add, edit, or clear text on a specific image, select TEXT from the ANNOTATION menu. Note: Maximum number of text annotations is 50.
  • Page 44: Live Main Menu > Annotation > Arrow

    Live Main Menu > Annotation > Arrow To add, edit or clear arrow on a specific image, select ARROW from the ANNOTATION menu. Note: Maximum number of arrow annotations is 25.
  • Page 45: Live Main Menu > Annotation > Preset

    Live Main Menu > Annotation > Preset To create, recall or delete a preset annotation that will display throughout an inspection, choose PRESET from the ANNOTATION menu. Note: Maximum number of preset annotations is 100.
  • Page 46: Live Main Menu > Annotation > Hide Annotation

    Live Main Menu > Annotation > Hide Annotation To hide or un-hide an annotation, select HIDE ANNOTATION from the ANNOTATION menu followed by ON or OFF.
  • Page 47: Live Main Menu > File Manager

    Live Main Menu > File Manager To manage files and folders on the XL Lv VideoProbe system, select FILE MANAGER with the joystick. For more details refer to the FILE MANAGEMENT section in the Operation Chapter.
  • Page 48: Live Main Menu > Eject Hardware

    Live Main Menu > Eject Hardware To eject USB thumb drives before removal, use the joystick to navigate to the right of EJECT HARDWARE and select USB1 using the right soft key labeled SELECT.
  • Page 49: Live Main Menu > Setup

    Live Main Menu > Setup To change default settings, select SETUP. For more information see SYSTEM SETUP Section in the Operation Chapter.
  • Page 50: Operation

    Operation Live Main Menu > Setup The System Setup Menu accesses the default settings. To exit any menu, press Power/Exit. Live Main Menu > Setup > Screen/Display Setup To alter the display setup, press the joystick to activate the LIVE MAIN MENU. Select SETUP followed by SCREEN/DISPLAY.
  • Page 51: Live Main Menu > Setup > Screen/display Setup > Battery Icon

    Live Main Menu > Setup > Screen/Display Setup > Battery Icon To enable and disable the battery icon, select BATTERY ICON followed by ON or OFF.
  • Page 52: Live Main Menu > Setup > Screen/display Setup Date / Time

    Live Main Menu > Setup > Screen/Display Setup > Date / Time To enable or disable the date/time stamp, as well as set the date and time, select DATE/TIME from the SCREEN/DISPLAY menu.
  • Page 53: Live Main Menu > Setup > Screen/display Setup > Logo

    Live Main Menu > Setup > Screen/Display Setup > Logo A logo may be added to the screen. The file name “logo.jpg” must be used. To load a logo, or to turn a logo on or off, select LOGO from the SCREEN/DISPLAY menu and select the desired option.
  • Page 54: Live Main Menu > Setup > Screen/display Setup > Text Color

    Live Main Menu > Setup > Screen/Display Setup > Text Color The most legible text color will vary with the coloring and brightness of the image. To change the color of the text displayed over images, select TEXT COLOR followed by GREEN, BLACK, or WHITE.
  • Page 55: Live Main Menu > Setup > Screen/display Setup > White Balance

    Live Main Menu > Setup > Screen/Display Setup > White Balance White balance corrects color so white appears white despite any slight hues that may be present under varying lighting and ambient conditions. To execute white balance, select WHITE BALANCE from the SCREEN/ DISPLAY menu. Options are to set a custom white balance or use the default settings.
  • Page 56: Live Main Menu > Setup > Video Record Setup

    Live Main Menu > Setup > Video Record Setup To change video record defaults, press the joystick to activate the LIVE MAIN MENU. Select SETUP followed by VIDEO RECORD SETUP.
  • Page 57: Live Main Menu > Setup > Video Record Setup > Save Location

    Live Main Menu > Setup > Video Record Setup > Save Location Select SAVE LOCATION from the VIDEO RECORD SETUP menu and navigate to the desired location.
  • Page 58: Live Main Menu > Setup > Video Record Setup > Mpeg Quality

    Live Main Menu > Setup > Video Record Setup > MPEG Quality To set the video quality, select MPEG QUALITY from the VIDEO RECORD SETUP menu followed by LOW or HIGH.
  • Page 59: Live Main Menu > Setup > Still Image Setup

    Live Main Menu > Setup > Still Image Setup To change still image defaults, press the joystick to activate the LIVE MAIN MENU. Select SETUP followed by STILL IMAGE SETUP.
  • Page 60: Live Main Menu > Setup > Still Image Setup > Save Location

    Live Main Menu > Setup > Still Image Setup > Save Location Select SAVE LOCATION from the STILL IMAGE SETUP menu and use the joystick to navigate to the desired location.
  • Page 61: Live Main Menu > Setup > Still Image Setup > Format

    Live Main Menu > Setup > Still Image Setup > Format To choose the image format [Bitmap (BMP) or JPEG (JPG)], navigate to the right of FORMAT and select BMP or JPG.
  • Page 62: Live Main Menu > Setup > Still Image Setup > Jpeg Quality

    Live Main Menu > Setup > Still Image Setup > JPEG Quality To choose JPEG quality, the user must first select JPEG image format. Once selected, navigate to the right of JPEG QUALITY and select LOW or HIGH.
  • Page 63: Live Main Menu > Setup > Audio Annotation Setup

    Live Main Menu > Setup > Audio Annotation Setup To change audio defaults, press the joystick to activate the LIVE MAIN MENU. Select Setup followed by AUDIO ANNOTATION SETUP. Note: To access AUDIO ANNOTATION, press the Joystick from a frozen image. Select ANNOTATION followed by AUDIO. The following options will be available: • RECORD • PLAY • DELETE...
  • Page 64: Live Main Menu > Setup > Audio Annotation Setup > Playback Volume

    Live Main Menu > Setup > Audio Annotation Setup > Playback Volume To set the playback volume, select PLAYBACK VOLUME from the AUDIO ANNOTATION SETUP menu. Use the joystick to control the volume from 0 to 10.
  • Page 65: Live Main Menu > Setup > Language Setup

    Live Main Menu > Setup > Language Setup To load or change the system language, select LANGUAGE SETUP from the SETUP menu followed by the appropriate language. The following options are available: • LOAD • CHANGE...
  • Page 66: Live Main Menu > Setup > System Tools

    Live Main Menu > Setup > System Tools To view system information or adjust power management, select SETUP from the LIVE MAIN MENU followed by SYSTEM TOOLS.
  • Page 67: Live Main Menu > Setup > System Tools > System Info

    Live Main Menu > Setup > System Tools > System Info To view system information such as the software version or the amount of free disk space, select SYSTEM INFORMATION from the SYSTEM TOOLS menu.
  • Page 68: Capturing Images And Video

    Capturing Images and Video Steering the VideoProbe The joystick controls articulation (steering) of the probe tip. When viewing a live video image, move the joystick towards the desired inspection area. Articulation Lock To hold the bending neck in place while steering, press and release the Steering Control key. A lock icon will appear in the corner of the display to symbolize steer and stay is enabled. The probe will now stay in place when the joystick is released. To unlock steering, press and release Steering Control again.
  • Page 69: Articulation Home

    Articulation Home Press and hold to engage HOME function to straighten bending neck. A blinking home icon will appear on LCD when enabled. HOME icon will disappear when system is finished.
  • Page 70: Freeze Frame

    Freeze Frame Once the inspection area is in view, the image must be frozen before it can be measured or saved. To freeze an image, press Freeze/Enter. An “FF” will appear in the upper right corner of the display to symbolize that the image is frozen. To disable Freeze Frame, press Freeze/Enter again. The “FF” will disappear.
  • Page 71: Freeze Frame Menu

    Freeze Frame Menu Once Freeze Frame is enabled, press the joystick to enter the FREEZE FRAME MENU. The following options are available: • SAVE AS • ANNOTATION...
  • Page 72: File Manager

    File Manager To access the FILE MANAGER, press the joystick to activate the LIVE MAIN MENU. Navigate to FILE MANAGER and select. File Manager > Recall To recall a file, select RECALL. Move the joystick to the right to locate the file(s) and use the right soft key to select.
  • Page 73: Recalled Image Menu

    Recalled Image Menu After recalling an image, press the joystick to activate the RECALLED IMAGE MENU. The following options are available: • SAVE AS • MEASURE • ANNOTATION...
  • Page 74: File Manager > Copy

    File Manager > Copy To copy a file, select COPY. Move the joystick to the right to locate the file(s) and use the right soft key to mark/unmark. Press Freeze/Enter to copy. Choose the destination for the copied file. Use the joystick to navigate to the desired folder. Press Freeze/Enter to paste the copied file.
  • Page 75: File Manager > Delete

    File Manager > Delete To delete a file, select DELETE FILE. Move the joystick to the right to locate the file(s) and select. Press Freeze/Enter to delete.
  • Page 76: File Manager > Create Folder

    File Manager > Create Folder To create a folder, select CREATE FOLDER. Select the location of the folder. Use the joystick to highlight and Freeze/Enter to select each letter. When done, press the right soft key to save the folder name.
  • Page 77: File Manager > Rename

    File Manager > Rename To rename a file, select RENAME. Navigate to the desired file/folder and use the right soft key to select. Use the joystick to highlight and Freeze/Enter to select each letter. When finished, press the right soft key to save the file name.
  • Page 78: File Manager > Still Image Setup

    File Manager > Still Image Setup To save/capture a still image if freeze frame is enabled, press the right soft key with SAVE on the LCD above to save to the default location. Alternately, press and hold Freeze/Enter to auto-save. File Manager > Video Record Setup To record live video, press the left soft key labeled RECORD on the LCD above. A record symbol will appear in the upper right hand corner. When the video is stopped, it will automatically save to the default location. To view recorded videos, use either QuickTime or VLC software. Both are included with the system, located on the documentation CD.
  • Page 79: Video Playback Menu

    Video Playback Menu After recalling a video, press the left soft key to pause the video. Press the joystick to enable the PLAYBACK MENU. The following options are available: • SEEK • STOP Note: • Use the joystick to navigate through the video. • Press the right soft key to select the new playback start location. • Press the left soft key to return back to the video playback starting scene. •...
  • Page 80: Menu Directed Inspection (mdi)

    Menu Directed Inspection (MDI) Menu Directed Inspection (MDI) is the first software tool to standardize the inspection process in the NDT industry. MDI software helps guide inspectors through the inspection process and intelligently auto-generates a report—saving time, improving quality and increasing productivity. Menu Directed Inspection (MDI) software provides an advantage and convenience during the inspection process. MDI makes labeling images and videos easier and automatically generates reports from the Video-Probe within a few steps. Benefits to using MDI include: ·...
  • Page 81: Maintenance

    Maintenance Inspecting and Cleaning the System Inspect and clean the XL Lv system before and after each use with a soft cloth and a 70% alcohol-to-water solution. If using the system in a dirty environment, clean the components more frequently, as needed.
  • Page 82: Service

    2 - Radiography 3 - Remote Visual Inspection 4 - Rhythm Software 5 - PMI (Positive Material Identification) Email: ITTechSupport@GE.com Webiste: ge-mcs.com/contact-us Contact information is subject to change. Please visit the GE Inspection Technologies website for the latest contact information: https://www.ge-mcs.com Customer Support Centers China North/South America GE Measurement & Control GE Inspection Technologies No.
  • Page 83: Technical Specifications

    Technical Specifications: Operating Temperature Tip -25ºC to 80ºC (-13ºF to 212oF) Reduced articulation below 0ºC (32ºF) System -25º to 46º C (-4ºF to 115ºF) LCD requires warm-up period below 0ºC (32ºF) Storage Temperature -25º to 60º C (-13ºF to 140ºF) Relative Humidity 95% max, non-condensing Waterproof Insertion tube and tip to 14.7 psi (1 bar, 10.2m of H2O, 33.5 ft of H2O) Hazardous Environments Not rated for use in hazardous environments. Camera Diameter Probe 6.1 mm (0.24”) 8.4 mm (0.33”) Image Sensor 1/6” Color SUPER HAD™ CCD camera Pixel Count 440,000 pixels Housing Titanium...
  • Page 84: Power

    Construction Polycarbonate housing with integrated VersalonTM bumpers LCD Monitor Integrated 9.4 cm (3.7”) active matrix VGA color LCD. Transflective, sunlight readable display. Joystick Control 360º All-Way® tip articulation, menu access, and navigation Button Set Access user functions, measurement, and digital functions Audio Integrated 2.5mm headset / microphone jack Internal Memory 1GB flash memory Data I/O ports 1 USB 2.0 port VGA Video Out Brightness Control Auto and Variable Illumination Type White LED Long Exposure Auto - up to 16 seconds Manual - up to 2.5 seconds White Balance Factory default or user defined Power...
  • Page 85: Software

    Software Operating System Real-time, multi-tasking operating system User Interface Simple drop-down, menu-driven operation, menu navigation using articulation joystick File Manager Embedded file manager software supporting: file and folder creation, naming, deleting, storing to internal flash or USB ThumbDrive®, copying between USB and internal flash Audio Data PC compatible (.aac) file format Image Control Zoom (5x digital), Image Capture and Recall Digital Zoom Continuous (5x) Image Formats Bitmap (.BMP), JPEG (.JPG) Video Format MPEG4 (.MP4) Text Annotation Built-in full-screen text overlay generator Graphic Annotation User placement of arrows Articulation Control Steer & Stay Articulation lock/fine articulation, tip “Home”...
  • Page 86: Probe Measurements

    Probe Measurements Diameter Length 3.9 mm (0.15”) 2.0, 3.0 m (6.6, 9.8 ft.) 6.1 mm (0.24”) 2.0, 3.0, 4.5, 6.0 m (6.6, 9.8, 14.8, 19.7 ft.) 8.4 mm (0.33”) 3.0, 10.0 m (9.8, 32.8 ft.) Tip Articulation Insertion Tube Length Straight Line 2.0, 3.0, 4.5m Up/Down 140° min Left/Right 140° min 6.0 m Up/Down 120° min Left/Right 120° min 10. m Up/Down 100° min Left/Right 100°...
  • Page 87: Appendix

    Appendix A. Optical Tip Table Diameter View Color Field Depth of Part Number (mm) (DOV) of View Field (DOF) (FOV) Standard Optical Tips Forward None 6-80mm PXT480FG .24-3.15” Side Brown 4-80mm PXT480SG .16-3.15” Forward Orange 3-40mm PXT490FN .12-1.57” Side 2-16mm PXT490SN .08-.63”...
  • Page 88 Diameter View Color Field Depth of Part Number (mm) (DOV) of View Field (DOF) (FOV) Standard Optical Tips Forward White 80mm-500mm XLG3T8440FG 3.15-19.69 Forward Black 5-200mm XLG3T84120FN 0.20-7.87 Forward Gold 500mm-infinity XLG3T8420FF 19.69”-infinity Forward Yellow 25-500mm XLG3T8480FG .98-19.69” Side Brown 250mm-infinity XLG3T8440SF 9.84”-infinity...
  • Page 89 GE Inspection Technologies, but these items may be covered by separate manufacturers’ warranties. This warranty extends to the original purchaser and cannot be assigned or transferred to any third party. This warranty shall not apply to any damage or product failure determined by GE Inspection Technologies to have been caused by misuse, accident (including shipping damage), neglect, improper maintenance, modification or repair by someone other than GE Inspection...
  • Page 90 GE Inspection Technologies any other liability in connection with the sale of its VideoProbe products. GE Inspection Technologies shall not be liable for any loss or damages, whether direct or indirect, incidental, or consequential, resulting from the breach...
  • Page 91 E. Environmental Compliance The equipment purchased has required the extraction and use of natural resources for its production. It may contain hazardous substances that could impact health and the environment. In order to avoid the dissemination of those substances in the environment and to diminish the pressure on the natural resources, we encourage the use of appropriate take-back systems.
  • Page 92 China RoHS Per Article 14 of The Management Methods for Restricted Use of Hazardous Substances in Electrical and Electronic Products-Order No. 32 (“China RoHS 2”), electronic products are to be marked to indicate the presence of hazardous substances within those products. In addition, that mark is to indicate the term of environmentally-friendly use before the product should be disposed or recycled. A copy of thismark for the product appears below (NOTE: For products too small to accommodate the mark on their surface, the mark below is the ONLY mark for the product).
  • Page 93 Per Article 13 of The Management Methods for Restricted Use of Hazardous Substances in Electrical and Electronic Products-Order No. 32 (“China RoHS 2”), electronic products are to be marked to indicate the substances including the name of the substance(s) and the component(s) containing those substances. The following table provides that information:...
  • Page 94 F. Agency Certifications European Equipment Classification Group 1, Class A mark on this product indicates it has been tested to and conforms with the provisions noted within the 2014/30/EU Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive. The XL Lv system is in conformance with the following standard: EN61326-1(Basic radiated immunity). Safety Mark The XL Lv system is in compliance with the following standards: UL 61010-1, IEC 61010-1, EN 61010-1 and CSA-C22.2 No. 61010-1.
  • Page 95 G. Creating a Personalized Logo File The XL Lv allows users to display a personalized logo on-screen or store with captured images. Typically, this file will be a corporate logo. LOGO File Requirements • 200 x 200 pixels maximum size • 24 Color • File name must be logo.jpg • File must be Microsoft® Windows® compatible...

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