The big cousin of our Mini Prism for Reference Sphere Set, this Prism has all the same convenience and usability. The Laser Scanner Prism for XXL Reference Spheres differs only in the height of the tilting axis, which is calibrated to the center of the XXL Laser Scanner Reference Sphere.
- prism constant: -34mm (-1.35 in)
- height of the tilting axis: 100mm (3.94 in); due to the height of the mini prism, the center of the XXL sphere can be surveyed precisely
- forced centering because the prism will be screwed onto a threaded bolt (M8) or mounted onto the magnetic base of our reference spheres
- surveying the reference spheres XXL (200mm (7.87 in)) with a total station
- surveying the center of the XXL spheres with a size of 200mm (7.87 in) to achieve highly accurate results
- determining the position of the scanned object within the context of an existing coordinate system, e.g. halls, plants, areas
- By means of the mini prism, you determine the coordinate required for your registration directly.
Field of application:
- architecture, construction, and preservation of historic buildings and monuments
- digital factory and plant construction
- mining industry and tunnel construction
- energy and supplying industry
- all types of tachymeters that support a prism constant of -34.4 mm (-1.35 in) (mini prism round)
- Laser scanner reference sphere set XXL
- 1 mini prism incl. a magnetic holder (M8/20mm (0.79 in))
- particularly suitable for laser-scanning projects that must be linked to an existing coordinate system/reference system
- In complex laser-scanner projects, measuring the centre of the sphere increases the accuracy of the registration.
- Offset and eccentric measurements are a thing of the past.
- Use our stickers to permanently mark your reference and control points. That way, you will be able to accurately position and install the reference sphere as well as the mini prism for your surveying tasks.
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