HP-L-10.6 Laser Scanning Sensor
Fast, Precise and Versatile – Point-Cloud Acquisition Made Easy
Feature extraction using PC-DMIS CAD++ software allows a combination of tactile measurements with automated feature measurements from the cloud of points captured with HP-L.
High-Quality Point-Cloud Data
Real-time laser power control automatically adjusts the light intensity; this unique technology allows the laser intensity to be optimised 10 times during measurement of every single point.
Reliable Measurement of Complex Surfaces
HP-L scanners are suitable for measuring almost any material, including machined, semi-finished, stamped, forged, cast, painted metals, sand cores, carbon fibre, plastics, clay, rubber, wood and ceramics.
Fully Compatible with Probe Changers for Multisensor Measurement
A multisensor CMM combines high-accuracy probing with non-contact measurements. Changes within the process, such as powder spraying or part loading and unloading are no longer necessary.
Variable Optical Resolution and User-Selectable Line Length
Perfect for quick surface inspection of large areas or measurement of small isolated features, HP-L offers a real zoom feature by varying the spaces between the individual dots, not just clipping the line on each end.
|Laser Protection Class||2 (IEC 60825-1: 2007)|
|Laser||Visibly red, (690 nm)|
|Standoff and depth (Z)||170 +/- 30 mm|
| Measuring accuracy ISO 10360-8:2013*
(GLOBAL CMM except GLOBAL eXtra)
Probe dispersion value
Probing form error
|Lines per second (max.)||53 Hz|
|Data rate (max.)||30 000 pts/sec
|Ambient light of the sensor||40 000 lx|
|Operating temperature||+5 to +45°C (41 to 113° F)|
|Declared accuracy temperature range||+15 to +32 °C (59 to 90° F)|
|Relative humidity||90% non-condensing
|Sensor Size L x W x H||134x72x60 (98) mm (HP-L-10.6T)
134x72x60 (87) mm (HP-L-10.6A)
|Weight||379 g (HP-L-10.6T)
360 g (HP-L-10.6A)
|Power Supply||DC 18 to 28 V, 170 to 200 mA, protected against polarity reversal|
|Protection against dust and water||IP64 (IEC 60529) (except for warm-up connection)|
||-25 to +70 °C (-13 to 158° F)|
*Values are including expanded measurement uncertainty according ISO/TS 17865:2016. Measured using a manufacturer supplied sphere and plane artefact, each certified by an independent accredited lab.
The specification of the accuracy of the sensor complies with the standard ISO 10360-8:2013. Other standards (ISO 10360-2 or ISO 10360-5) that were occasionally used before the introduction of ISO 10360-8:2013 are now obsolete for this purpose. Their significance on the optical measurement is too low; the values thus obtained were not tailored to an optical measuring system. If desired, an individual report can be created for each HP-L sensor according to the current ISO-10360-8: 2013 standard. The measurement for creating the report is based on certified artefacts (sphere and plane). This ensures that the functionality of the sensor can be checked at any time. Contact a local Hexagon representative for more information.