The terrestrial 3D laser scanner Z+F IMAGER® 5010X comes with a unique positioning system which works outdoors and, as an industry-first, also indoors! It will estimate the current position and orientation of the terrestrial 3D scanner to support the registration algorithm to automatically find the correct solution. The scanner will also track your movements while carrying the device on to the next setup and hence provides position estimation for the registration process.
With Z+F LaserControl® Scout and the terrestrial 3D laser scanner Z+F IMAGER® 5010X , Zoller + Fröhlich starts a laser scanning revolution with the blue workflow® and automatic on-site registration!
Working with the 802.11n-standard and dual antennas, the Z+F IMAGER® 5010X has an increased working range and allows to communicate and stream scan data quickly to the Z+F LaserControl® Scout tablet.
Due to the wavelength and the approved ranging system, the devices operate within a maximum range of 187 m (approx. 600 ft.).
With a maximum measurement rate of 1,016,027 pixel/sec the terrestrial laser scanners of Zoller + Fröhlich are one of the fastest in the world.
The integrated camera works very well in all environments. One focus is to always provide realistic panoramas. To make the workflow as user-friendly as possible, the Z+F i-Cam is fully integrated into the Z+F IMAGER® 5010X.
Real-time registration on-site
Data and target verification
Laser class: 1
Beam divergence: < 0.3 mrad
Beam diameter: approx. 3.5 mm (at 0.1 m distance)
Range: 187.3 m (unambiguity interval)
Minimum distance: 0.3 m
Resolution range: 0.1 mm
Data acquisition rate: Max. 1.016 million pixel/sec.
Linearity error: ≤ 1 mm
Range noise: 0.3 mm rms
Vertical system: completely encapsulated rotating mirror
Horizontal system: device rotates about its vertical axis
Vertical field of view: 320°
Horizontal field of view: 360°
Vertical resolution: 0.0004°
Horizontal resolution: 0.0002°
Vertical accuracy: 0.007° rms
Horizontal accuracy: 0.007° rms
Rotation speed: max. 50 rps (3,000 rpm)
Focus area 1 m - ∞
Image count for panorama: 42
Recording time: ca. 3:30 min.
Panorama resolution: ca. 80 MPixel