Leica T-Scan is a high-speed hand scanner for large-volume portable applications. It provides better performance on challenging material types and offers double the point acquisition rate compared to the previous generations.
The T-Scan's Flying Dot technology is the only truly automated scanning solution. The laser power automatically adjusts to obtain the best measurement result of a specific surface type. It adapts the laser intensity to shiny metallic or dark surfaces in one scan pass. Powdering is not required and the technology is impervious to changing environmental light – which reduces preparation time to the absolute minimum.
|Maximum||18 m (AT901 mid-range)|
|30 m (AT901 long-range)|
|Measuring and tracking performance|
|Tracking speed - all directions||> 1m/s (˜3.3 ft/s)|
|Acceleration - all directions||1 g|
|Leica T-Scan sensor|
|Measuring depth||78 mm (3.07")|
|Mean scan width||90 mm (3.54")|
|Mean measuring distance||86 mm (3.39")|
|Line frequency||up to 140 lines/second|
|Point density||0.07 mm - 0.98 mm (0.0028" - 0.039")|
|Laser Safety||IEC 60825-1; 1993+A1|
|1997 + A2: 2001, class 2|
|Working temperature||+16°C to +24°C (61°F to 75°F)|
|Storage temperature||-10°C to +60°C (14°F to 140°F)|
|Relative humidity||10 - 90% non-condensing|
|Weight||1,200 g (≈2.6 lbs)|
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