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h-optiv-performanceThe Performance has a low-vibration granite construction, and features motorized zoom optics to allow you to tackle a wide range of demanding 3D measuring tasks. In addition to rotary table and chromatic white-light sensor (CWS) compatibility, Performance models can also be fitted with a climate-controlled environmental enclosure to minimize the effects of temperature swings and airborne contaminants, allowing placement anywhere in your facility.

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Standard Package

Machine

  • OPTIV Performance Base Machine
  • OPTIV Performance Base Frame
  • THK Linear guides with NSK pre-loaded bearing ball screws
  • Heidenhain 0.1um scales (STANDARD)

Optics

  • High Resolution camera
  • CNC controlled zoom optics with 25 pre-calibrated zoom steps (USER DEFINED)
  • 1:10 motorized zoom, 1.3 - 10.3 m/Pixel and working distance of 86 mm

Illumination

  • Top Light, LED
  • Backlight, LED
  • Ring Light, segmented LED

Calibration Standards

  • Calibration standard for zoom lens calibration with manufacturer calibration certificate

Computer & Software System

  • CPU, Dell Desktop
  • Monitor, 21” LCD
  • Video Card
  • Software, Multi-Sensor measurement software PC-DMIS PRO Vision® DCC
  • Computer Table/Workstation

Service & Support

  • Factory Installation
  • Factory Onsite Performance Verification with ISO 17025 accreditation
  • Online Help Files, PC-DMIS
  • System User’s Manual on a CD
  • PC DMIS PRO Vision® Training at HMI
  • System Warranty with Telephone Applications Support, 1 Year(s)
  • Software Warranty with all software updates and revisions, 1 Year(s)

Options

Optics

  • Front lens attachments
  • Fixed optics
  • 2-step fixed zoom

Sensors

  • Touch probes (TesaStar-mp, TP20, TP200 with fixed or motorized head)
  • Scanning probes (LSP-X1 with fixed or motorized head)
  • Chromatic white light sensor
  • Through-the-lens laser

Probing Accessories

  • Tool racks
  • Spare stylus modules
  • Styli kits
  • Fixturing kits

Machine Options

  • Dual Z-axis on Performance 443 (Performance 443 only)
  • Pneumatic vibration damping system

Motorized Rotary Stages

  • Mechanical bearing rotary table
  • Mechanical bearing rotary swivels

Software Options

  • PC-DMIS CAD Vision
  • PC-DMIS CAD++ Vision
  • PC-DMIS CAD Vision offline
  • PC-DMIS CAD++ Vision offline
  • PC-DMIS Single Touch Interface+
  • DataPage+ Real Time Statistical Software (other SPC software packages supported)
  • DataView+ Graphical SPC Reporting Tool

Direct CAD Interface

  • ACIS
  • CATIA (v4 and V5)
  • IDEAS
  • Pro Engineer
  • Solidworks
  • Unigraphics
  • AIMS

Direct CAD Translators

  • CATIA (v4 and v5)
  • Pro Engineer
  • Unigraphics
  • Parasolid

Environmental Options

  • Machine Environmental Enclosures
  • Cooling Control for for machine enclosures
  • Vibration damping system

Technical Information

 

Model

Overall Dimensions

(w x l x h)

Max Load Bearing Capacity of Table (kg) System Weight (kg)
Performance 222 837mm 933mm 1650mm 10 170/90
Performance 443 863mm 1310mm 2266mm 30

930

Performance 664 1110mm 1540mm 2300mm 40 1300

Design Environment

  • Nominal Temperature 20 °C (68 °F)
  • Allowable Temperature Range: 18 - 22 °C (64 - 72 °F)

Performance Data

  • In general, Hexagon Metrology tests and evaluates Optiv products using international standard, ISO 10360-7.
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Sizes

Optiv Performance 222

  • 250 x 200 x 200mm

Optiv Performance 443

  • 400 x 400 x 300 mm

Optiv Performance 664

  • 600 x 600 x 400 mm

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