1. Leica T-SCAN more than just a line scanner

Leica T-Scan

More than just a line scanner. 
Its Flying Dot technology is the ultimate automated scanning solution.

The laser intensity automatic adjustment ensures the best measurement results for any type of surface without the need of an operator. All the surfaces can even be captured in one single scan! The treatment of the surface to be scanned is no longer needed and the system is not conditioned by environmental illuminance. The preparation time is therefore minimised. In case the object to be measured is extremely large, no photogrammetric targets is needed after changing the position of the tracker. It’s a timesaver and does not compromise on accuracy. The Leica T-Scan performs scans of sizeable objects with greater accuracy and a 50% higher speed compared to other similar devices.


Features and benefits:

- PowerLock: For the first time in the history of laser trackers, the laser beam shifts towards the user and not vice versa. 
Measurements of volumes up to 30 m. - The 25% improvement of the system specifications delivers better results in connection with the Leica T-scan TS50 and the latest generation of Leica Absolute Tracker AT901. 
- higher quality of the cloud: superior performance on dark or shiny surfaces and 20% lower noise thanks to optimised laser optics. 
- Exclusive Flying Dot technology to scan a much wider range of black and bright surfaces compared to other technologies, with no treatment required. - 20 kHz double speed data acquisition: large surfaces scanning in half the time compared to previous-generation Leica T-scan. 
- by reducing the minimum point-to-point distance by half, elements and profiles can be captured and extracted with greater precision
a special mass is required on the point of protection from light. 
instant temperature compensation for measurements in almost any environment. 
- Easy to use: operator feedback with intuitive LEDs providing accurate information about optimal scanning distance. 
–The class 2 laser is not harmful to the eyes. measuring depth: 78 mm. scanning width: 90mm.  average distance measurement: 86 mm.