Milwaukee Tool introduces the M12 Auto Technician Borescope

Milwaukee Tool introduces the M12 Auto Technician Borescope

The M12 Auto Technician Borescope enables users to diagnose hairline cracks with high-definition front and side cameras.

Milwaukee Tool introduced its new M12 Auto Technician Borescope. The M12 Auto Technician Borescope enables users to diagnose hairline cracks with high-definition front and side cameras and a 4.3-inch display that provides enhanced application viewing, according to Milwaukee Tool. With its 4-level zoom capabilities, users can zero in on points of interest.

Featuring five-millimeter access, users are provided with more access in tight spaces, including glow plug holes and fuel injector ports. The tool manufacturer said the three-foot flexible cable balances flexibility and memory to maneuver through confined spaces within the engine bay.

Equipped with Milwaukee Tool’s “Heat Sense Temperature Alert” technology, the borescope notifies the user and shuts down if the vehicle being inspected is too hot to use the camera without potential damage. It also features a 270-degree screen rotation and a 32GB SD card.

Specifications included: M12 Auto Technician Borescope (3150-20) – $429.00

  • Camera head diameter: 5mm;
  • Camera head length: 1.5”;
  • Screen size: 4.3”;
  • Screen rotation: 270°;
  • Cable length: 3’;
  • Replaceable cable (sold separately, 48-53-3150): Yes;
  • Memory & exportability: SD card (included);
  • Adjustable LED brightness: 5-level;
  • Temperature sensing: Heat Sense Temperature Alert.

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