Zoller+Frhlich Announces the IMAGER 5010

The new Z+F IMAGER 5010 is highly precise, reliable and flexible. The extent of these improvements can be appreciated when working day to day with the new scanner.The technical specifications of the IMAGER 5010 set new standards in the field of 3D laser scanning. Its enormous scanning speed, wide range of 187 m in combination with very high data quality makes it the perfect choice for countless areas of application.

As the first phase-based laser scanner in the world with laser class 1, the IMAGER 5010 can be used without restriction in almost any environment. This makes the scanner an interesting option for use in areas like the preservation of historical monuments or architecture, even in busy urban environments.

Due to the laser scanners low weight and unique stand-alone concept, it can also be employed in areas difficult to access like industrial plants or forests. Having the protection class IP 53 means that the device is almost insusceptible to most environmental influences.

The extremely fast scanner makes it possible to work efficiently on the spot. Scans can be completed in no time at all, depending on the requirements. At the scene of an accident, for example, all the relevant data can be gathered very quickly without interrupting the work of the police or rescuer workers. Standstill times in production plants can similarly be reduced to a minimum.

The high-resolution colour display with integrated touch screen enable the scanner to be used intuitively. The operating manual can also be viewed directly on the scanners display.

A simple, clear menu structure with many functions makes it efficient and fast to operate. For example, standard scans can be started with only two clicks. The high resolution graphic display enables the scans to be displayed immediately after scanning in various views.

The M-Cam, an industrial colour camera with a resolution of five megapixels takes pictures in order to colour the point clouds (360 x 320). It can be easily mounted to the scanner, and is then connected via two USB cables and the LEMO cable. The camera and power supply are then controlled by the scanner. The pictures are automatically associated with the respective scan and saved. The calibration data necessary for the camera is of course supplied as well.

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