Snap-on Industrial BK6000 Camera

Snap-on Industrial BK6000 Digital Borescope Offers Advanced Inspection and Photography Capability in Virtually Any Automotive Application

Regardless of the environment, ambient noise, space limitations and other factors that make detailed automotive inspection improbable if not impossible, the Snap-on Industrial BK6000 Digital Borescope takes the user to the most intricate areas of a vehicle quickly and easily.

With an imaging head as small as 7/32″ on a flexible cable that can span from 36″ to 120″, users can now check and inspect hard-to-reach places in automotive panels, wheel wells, brakes, motor and transmission – virtually anywhere.  The system allows the user to see the entire space within a door panel; a microphone attachment allows listening as well.

A dual-image head gives the user two views at the same time and ensures a superior-quality image. The 2X digital-zoom on the BK6000 camera features 720×480 image resolution; 320×240 resolution on the unit’s 3.5″ LCD screen.  A quick-change connector enables use of alternative imagers.

The BK6000 Borescope records and plays back both still images and video. A mini USB connector is provided for uploading images and video to a computer or other electronic device.

The Snap-on Industrial BK6000 control handle disengages for greater maneuverability of the imager. An integrated stand and hanger allow flexible positioning. A removable rechargeable Lithium-ion pack provides unit power and a 120VAC plug allows the unit to be used while the battery is being charged.

The BK6000 Borescope kit includes the digital scope and a variety of accessories: one Lithium-ion battery, carrying case, battery charger, USB cable, 36″ standard imager, and S-hook, magnet and mirror hanging attachments.

For more information about the Snap-on Industrial BK6000 Digital Borescope or other Snap-on Industrial products, call (877) 740-1900 or visit

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