According to the American company, the device provides laser tracking measurement capability at an affordable price in combination with a compact size, high accuracy, and the convenience of portability and ease of use. Based on the Omnitrac 2 and using the same high-precision ADM (Absolute Distance Measurement) technology, the tracker offers similar features such as an Autolock sensor that can recapture a lost beam. With no external controller, no cable is needed to connect the tracker to its operating system. As the manufacturers explain, the entire system is integrated, with all data capable of being transferred via WiFi. The controller operates up to six hours on a rechargeable battery with an optional AC/DC direct power adapter. The total weight of the system, including controllers, is specified as 10.9 kg. This portability and its 50-meter operating range is said to make the device the ideal measurement tool for many applications in a range of industries. The exhibitors also point up the rugged design and stable construction and the versatile mounting options for its positioning on a part.
Laser Technology / Quality Assurance
Wireless and controller-free laser tracker technology
The specialists for coordinate measurement solutions at API are launching their new OT2 Core wireless laser tracker.
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