Leica Geosystems Metrology Division, a product line of Hexagon Metrology headquartered in Unterentfelden, Switzerland, develops portable 3D metrology systems. Ideal for customers in the automotive, aircraft, and general industrial markets to measure large components accurately to tolerances in the hundredth-millimeter range and process the data directly into their CAD systems.
The product range includes laser trackers, image-processing systems, and high-precision industrial total stations, along with an up-to-date spectrum of software that can communicate with all commercial CAD products.
The Absolute Tracker AT401 is the first battery powered, WiFi capable, ultra-long range laser tracker that's so small and lightweight it can actually be carried onboard an airliner as carry-on luggage.
A completely sealed IP54 certified design means this sensor can be installed in the most unforgiving environments. Not even spraying coolant, dust, and weld splash are too harsh. The Leica Absolute Tracker AT401 is the first laser tracker certified for outdoor use, even in the rain. Weighing less than 18 lbs (including controller), the AT401 is ultra portable – easily fitting into the overhead bins of most commercial airplanes.
User friendly PowerLock vision technology detects a reflector and automatically locks on the laser beam, even when the target is moving. An operator no longer needs to worry about breaking the beam.
The Leica Absolute Tracker AT401 can run off its batteries for a work day. With built in WiFi connection, it becomes completely wireless.
Features of the AT401 include:
When 'up close' isn't an option.
The AT901 laser tracker set the benchmark for large scale precision measurements such as windmill blade inspection, aerospace components or industrial machinery alignment. Options allow it to support hand-held wireless probing, hand-held contactless scanning, and full machine control abilities. It can also be used with a standard corner cube, in which case measurement volume goes past 525 ft.
An active vision system built into the sensor can determine where a target is without the need for the laser beam to be locked. This revolutionary system works with all standard reflectors and all Leica T-Products. There’s no need for separate laser interferometers (IFM) and Absolute Distance Meters (ADM).
Features of the AT901 include:
The next-generation device for automated applications.
The T-Mac answers the needs of a growing number of customers who have expressed interest in modifying the Leica T-Probe. Features include:
The “Walk-Around” wireless device for probing hidden, hard-to-reach points.
The T-probe is small, light, user-friendly, and more accurate than other hand-held probes. Features include:
A high-speed hand scanner for large-volume portable applications.
Flying Dot technology allows the laser to adapt its intensity to shiny metallic or dark surfaces and is able to capture both in one scan pass. Powdering is not required, keeping preparation time to a minimum. Features include:
The total station that's totally unsurpassed.
The Leica TDRA6000 is the most accurate total station designed for industrial shop floor or outdoor use without the need for reflectors. This makes it ideal for large fabrications and structures where the placing of targets or reflectors is difficult. Whether your application is ship building, railway manufacturing, power generation, or aerospace, machinery and accelerator alignments - rely on the TDRA6000 for all your precision measuring needs.
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