The terrestrial 3D laser scanner Z+F IMAGER® 5016A combines compact and lightweight design with state-of-the-art 3D laser scanning surveyor technology - allowing the user to reach new levels. It's equipped with an integrated HDR camera, internal lighting and positioning system. All components of the terrestrial 3D laser scanner have been further developed and adjusted to the new design, resulting in even better scanning results and a more efficient workflow. With feature A, which stands for Advanced, the 5016 receives twice as high scan rate of up to 2.187 million pixels/second and more options for leveling the scanner. If the dynamic compensator is deactivated or the tilt is outside the defined range, the tilt is detected by the IMU of the Z+F IMAGER® 5016A.
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The Z+F IMAGER® 5016A measures 2.187 million pixel / second.
The IMU integrated in the scanner enhanced leveling.
In the course of the IMU expansion, the accuracy of the scanner navigation itself has also been significantly improved and with it the accuracy of the automatic registration.
Real-time registration on-site
Data and target verification
IMU optimized leveling
Laser class: 1
Beam diameter / divergence: ~ 3.5 mm @ 1m / ~ 0.3 mrad (1/e2, half angle)
Measurement range: 0.3 m ... 365 m (ambiguity interval)
Range resolution: 0.1 mm
Data acquisition rate: Max. 2.187 million pixel/sec.
Linearity error: ≤ 1 mm + 10 ppm/m
Range noise: 0.25 mm rms
Type: HDR, automatic, up to 11 exposures
Recording time: approx. 2 min, parallax free
Focus area: 1m - ∞
Panorama resolution: ca. 80 MPixel
Illumination system: integrated LED spotlights, 700 lm
Deflection system: completely encapsulated rotating mirror with integrated HDR camera and LED spots
Vertical field of view: 320°
Horizontal field of view: 360°
Angular resolution, vertical: 0.00026° (0.93 arcsec)
Angular resolution, horizontal: 0.00018° (0.65 arcsec)
Vertical accuracy: 0.004° (14.4 arcsec) rms
Horizontal accuracy: 0.004° (14.4 arcsec) rms
Rotation speed: max. 55 rps (3,280 rpm)