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The most economic laser scanner for recording point clouds via WLAN/LAN.


€12 270,00Price
  • The RODEONsmartscan is a laser scanner for creating 3D-point clouds.

    The device is controlled via the webbrowser of any controlling unit. The user interface is totally independent from any systems software and designed like a website. For the use of the laser scanner in surroundings without a WLAN access you can switch to an additional LAN host. 
    The scan data is stored on SD-card and therefore relocating is possible quickly and easy. For immediate success control a preview of the echo and remmission image is integrated in the user interface. In this way, the results can be controlled and a time-consuming checking of data will be spared. The stored data can be exported into different formats with the help of the included RODEONprocessor software. An easy transfer of the data into AutoDesk, CAD etc. is therefore no problem.

    Because of its measuring range of 250 m and the laser class 1 (eyesafe) the RODEONsmartscan can be used in a wide range of applications. Starting with documentations to quality control or accident and crime scene recording even through to nature and monument protection and many more.

    Because of its small size and it's light weight the RODEONsmartscan is easy to travel with. Even with the included suitcase, it serves as hand luggage and can be taken along. 
    The handle bars of the scanner ensure a safe handling during mounting or relocating. Because of its bright orange color it is easy to be seen on the field.

    The power supply works via a Li-Ion quick release battery pack. The runtime is approx. 5 h.

    The scope of delivery includes the laser scannner RODEONsmartscan, a Li-Ion quick release battery pack, a battery charger, a SD-card, a wild-type tribrach adaption for surveying tripods and a transportation case.

    For colorizing the point clouds we recommend to use the panoramic head RODEON piXplorer and an additional height adapter to ensure that the panoramic image fits perfectly to the point cloud.

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