Laserliner VideoPocket HD Video Inspection Instruction Manual

June 3, 2024

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VideoPocket HD Video Inspection
Instruction Manual

Laserliner VideoPocket HD Video Inspection

VideoPocket HD Video Inspection

Completely read through the operating instructions, the „Warranty and Additional Information“ booklet as well as the latest information under the internet link at th e end of these instructions. Follow the instructions they contain. This document must be kept in a safe place and passed on together with the device.
Function / Application
This high-resolution, compact video inspection system is suitable for easy visual inspection of hard-to-reach locations such as pipework, suspended ceilings and vehicles. The compare image function allows the user to see the differences between the live image and a saved reference image. The images and videos can be saved to the internal photo memory or a micro SD card.

General safety instructions

  • The device must only be used in accordance with its intended purpose and within the scope of the specifications.
  • The measuring tools and accessories are not toys. Keep out of reach of children.
  • The structure of the device must not be modified in any way.
  • Do not expose the device to mechanical stress, extreme temperatures, moisture or significant vibration.
  • The device must no longer be used if one or more of its functions fail or the battery charge is weak. ist.
  • When using the device outdoors, make sure that the weather  conditions are appropriate and/or that suitable protection measures are taken.
  • The LCD unit must not be immersed in water. The base unit must not come in contact withliquids.
  • The camera head is not acid-resistant or fireproof.
  • It is absolutely vital to ensure that the VideoPocket HD does not come into contact with chemicals, voltage, moving or hot objects. This can damage the device and put its user at risk of serious injury.
  • The VideoPocket HD must not be used for medical examinations/ examining people.
  • Please ensure compliance with the safety regulations set out by local and national authorities with regard to the correct and proper use of the device.
  • The unit is not suitable for taking measurements close to dangerous voltages. Therefore always make sure that conductive parts are at zero potential when carrying out measurements in the vicinity of electrical systems. Safe isolation from the power supply and precautions to prevent systems being switched on again must be ensured by implementing suitable measures.

Safety instructions

Using artificial, optical emission (OStrV)
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  • The device works with LEDs of risk group RG 0 (exempt, no risk) in accordance with the latest versions of applicable standards relating to photobiological safety (EN 62471:2008-09ff / IEC/ TR 62471:2006-07ff).
  • When used for the intended purpose and under reasonably foreseeable conditions, the accessible radiation of the LEDs is safe for the human eye and skin.

Dealing with electromagnetic radiation

  • The measuring device complies with electromagnetic compatibility regulations and limit values in accordance with EMC-Directive 2014/30/EU.
  • Local operating restrictions – for example, in hospitals, aircraft, petrol stations or in the vicinity of people with pacemakers – may apply. Electronic devices can potentially cause hazards or interference or be subject to  hazards or interference.

Laserliner VideoPocket HD Video Inspection - fig 1

1 LCD 4 Battery compartment
2 Hot keys 5 Micro SD card slot
3 ON/OFF 6 Micro USB interface

Laserliner VideoPocket HD Video Inspection - fig 2

a 4x zoom d Brightness adjustment ‘Next’ menu function
b Take photos and videos ‘Back’ menu function e Contrast adjustment
c Photo and video gallery Compare image function f ON/OFF
  1. Camera head
  2. LED
  3. Lens


| Battery status
| Brightness indicator
| Contrast indicator
| Zoom (4 steps)
| Internal memory card full

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4 g Hook
h Magnet
i Mirror

Inserting batteries

Open the battery compartment and insert batteries (4 x typ AA) according to the symbols. Be sure to pay attention to polarity.

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Fixing for tools

Laserliner VideoPocket HD Video Inspection - fig8 Take photo

| Press button once

Compare image function

| 1. Retrieve reference image by pressing the gallery button.
| 2. Select reference image by pressing ‘next’ and ‘back’ button.
| 3. Confirm selected reference image (A) with the gallery button.
Laserliner VideoPocket HD Video Inspection - fig9| 4. Selected reference image (A) appears on the display, the live view is running in the background (B) for comparison. Press the gallery button to fade out the reference image (A).

Video mode / take video

| 1. Set video mode: hold down the photo and video button for 3 seconds. Video recording will start automatically.
| 2. To stop the video recording, press the button again.

Play video recordings

| 1. Retrieve saved videos.
| 2. Select video with the ‘next’ and ‘back’ button. Videos are marked with a ‘PLAY’ symbol ( )
| 3. Replay video with the ‘PLAY’ button.

Delete image/video

| 1. Retrieve saved media by pressing the gallery button.
| 2. Select image/video with the ‘next’ and ‘back’ button.
| 3. To delete, hold down the gallery button.
Zoom (4 steps)| Switch between colour/bw
| Press button| | Hold button down for 3 seconds
| Brightness (10 steps)| | Contrast (10 steps)

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| Hold rotation button down for 2 seconds

From the original image

1x =   Horizontal mirroring
2x =  Rotation 180°
3x = Vertical mirroring
4x = Original image

USB data transfer
Data saved on the SD card can be transferred to PC either with a suitable card reader or directly via the USB port. Please refer to the manual supplied with your card reader for information about connecting your card adapter or card reader to a PC.
Information on maintenance and care
Clean all components with a damp cloth and do not use cleaning agents, scouring agents and solvents. Remove the battery(ies) before storing for longer periods. Store the device in a clean and dry place.
Technical data (Technical revisions reserved. Rev21W46)

Display resolution 480 x 272 Pixel
Camera resolution 1280 x 720 Pixel
Probe length 1 m
Probe diameter 5 mm
Probe min. bending radius 30 mm
Length camera head 35 mm
Camera head diameter 0 5.2 mm
Field of view (FOV) 65°
Depth of focus (DOF) 3 … 8 cm
Operating time approx. 4 hours
Screen type 4.3″ TFT colour display
Number of LED lights 6
Image format JPEG
Video format MJPG (AVI)
Port Micro-USB
Camera probe protection class IP 67
Power supply 4 x 1,5V LR6 (AA)
Operating conditions -10°C … 50°C, max. humidity 85% rH, no condensation,

max. working altitude 2000 m above sea level
Storage conditions| -20°C … 60°C, max. humidity 85% rH, no condensation
Dimensions (W x H x D)| 85 x 155 x 32 mm
Weight| 370 g (incl. batteries)

EU directives and disposal
This device complies with all necessary standards for the free movement of goods within the EU. This product is an electric device and must be collected separately for disposal according to the European Directive on waste electrical and electronic equipment.
Further safety and supplementary notices at: VideoPocket HD Video Inspection - fig
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Umarex GmbH & Co. KG
Möhnestraße 149, 59755 Arnsberg, Germany
Tel.: +49 2932 638-300,
Fax: +49 2932 638-333
Umarex GmbH & Co. KG
Donnerfeld 2
59757 Arnsberg, Germany
Tel.: +49 2932 638-300,
Fax: -333
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