FARO Focus3D X330 HDR

FARO Focus3D X 330 HDR

The FARO Focus3D X 330 HDR is specially designed for outdoor applications due to its small size, light weight, extra long range, extended scanning possibilities even in direct sunlight and easy positioning with integrated GPS receiver. HDR imaging and HD photo resolution ensure true-to-detail scan results with highest data quality.

  • Distance accuracy up to ±2mm
  • Range from 0.6m up to 330m
  • Noise reduction 50%
  • HDR photo overlay
  • HD photo resolution up to 165 megapixel colour
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FARO Focus3D X 130 HDR

FARO Focus3D X 130 HDR

The ultra-portable Focus3D X 130 HDR enables fast, straightforward, and accurate measurements of objects and buildings. It records architectural façades, complex structures, production and supply facilities, accident sites, and large-volume components delivering realistic and true-to-detail scan results.

  • Distance accuracy up to ±2mm
  • Range from 0.6m up to 130m
  • Noise reduction 50%
  • HDR photo overlay
  • HD photo resolution up to 165 megapixel colour
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FARO Scanner Freestyle3D

FARO Scanner Freestyle3D

The FARO Scanner Freestyle3D provides a fast and easy to use scanning solution with verifiable accuracy of the 3D colour scan data. Moreover, the handheld 3D scanner maximises your productivity offering fast data acquisition, real-time visualisation and the largest scan volume on the market. With this the scan time in the field is reduced enormously during the point cloud acquisition as well as with the processing of your scan results.

  • 3D point accuracy*: ≤ 1.5mm
  • Indoor scanning volume: Up to 8m³m
  • Operating temperature range: 0 – 40°C

* Measured in 1 m distance

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Measuring method

Distance

The laser scanner transmits a laser beam, which is reflected by an object back to the scanner. The distance is measured with millimetre precision by means of the phase difference between the transmitted and received beams.

Vertical angle

The mirror directs the laser beam through the space in a vertical direction. The angle is recorded at the same time as the distance measurement.

Horizontal angle

The laser scanner turns horizontally through 360° while scanning. The horizontal angle is recorded at the same time as the distance measurement.

Defining the 3D coordinates

Distance, vertical angle and horizontal angle result in polar coordinate (d, α, β), which are converted into cartesian coordinates (x, y, z).

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