Ring Automotive RBS50 USB Borescope Product Code: 10210

Optical device ideal for inspecting difficult to access areas. Flexible probe makes it easy to diagnose and fix potential faults inside narrow gaps, pipes and on wiring systems. Removes the need to dismantle components for inspection, reducing costs and labour time. Waterproof to 1m (IP67).


  • 11.5mm Fixed Camera with 2 x LED Lights
  • Picture & Video Recording Capabilities
  • View & Store Information via Computer with USB Connection
  • 54° (Max.) Camera Viewing Angle


Operating temperature: 0 to 45°C. Rated current: 350mA (max). LED class: BS EN 62471: 2008. Picture resolution: 640 x 480.
Additional Information
Technical Specification
  • Brand : Ring
  • Product Height : 214 mm
  • Total Product Weight : 0.43 kg
  • Model No : RBS50
  • Product Width : 308 mm
  • Colour : Green
  • Product Depth : 245 mm
  • Pack Size : 1
  • Product Diameter : 11.5 mm
  • Manufacturer Guarantee : 1 Year Guarantee
  • Pieces in Pack/Case : 1
Product Contents
Borescope and software package.
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€74.95 Incl. 23% VAT

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Ring Automotive RBS50 USB Borescope is rated 2.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not overly impressed Bought in order to check under floor boards for any leaks from pipework and it is near to useless due to how poor the LED's are on the end. With no lighting below the floor and the LED's on full you only see things around 2-3 inches in front of the lens which when hunting for pipes and such means a lot of faffing. At full extension the arm doesn't stay rigid either, it droops, so once more it is nigh on impossible to find something at full reach. I can only assume the more expensive models are better quality. If you are looking for something say in an engine bay where the camera will pretty much be vertical it may well be fine but otherwise for what I purchased it for it is pretty much useless.
Date published: 2015-01-15
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