1. FARO Laser Tracker Vantage

FARO Laser Tracker Vantage. Laser Tracking Solution

The FARO Vantage is the most complete laser tracking solution.

It is an extremely accurate, portable coordinate measuring machine that enables you to build products, optimize processes, and deliver solutions by measuring quickly, simply and precisely. 
The Vantage is the smallest and lightest FARO Laser Tracker ever built, making it incredibly easy-to-use and transport between job sites. 
TruADM is FARO’s 5th generation patented ADM system which uses predictive algorithms to compensate for the acceleration and velocity of a moving target.

Alignment: Real-time measurement confirms tolerances and validates design
Installation: Reduce wear and tear on mechanical parts
Part Inspection: Digital record of actual vs nominal data
Tool Building: Full volumetric accuracy tests
Reverse Engineering: Acquire high accuracy digital scan data
Robotic & Machine Guidance: Automation simplifies complex drilling and probing applications

System Specifications

Head size: (w x h):  224mm x 416mm 
Head weight:  12.6kg
Controller size (l x d x h):  290 x 158 x 214mm without filters
  316 x 158 x 214mm with filters
Controller weight:  4.8kg
Horizontal envelope:  360° - Infinite rotation
 Vertical envelope:  130° (+77.9° to -52.1°)
Minimum working range:  0m 
Maximum working range:  80m* with selected targets & 10°C and 35°C temperature range
  60m with standard 1.5” & 7/8” SMRs
  30m with standard 1/2” SMR

MultiView Cameras
Field of view:  30°
Single Point Repeatability
25 points at 1.6m:  8µm

Altitude:  -700m to 9,000m
Humidity:  0 to 95% non-condensing
Operating temperature:  -15°C to 50°C
Laser Emission  653-663nm Laser, 1 milliwatt max/cw.
Class II Laser Product

Distance Measurement Performance
Resolution:  0.5μm
Sample rate:  16,000 points/sec 
Accuracy (MPE):  16μm + 0.8μm/m
R0 parameter (MPE):  16µm
Max radial acceleration:  30m/ sec2
Max radial velocity:  >25m/sec

Angle Measurement Performance
Angular accuracy (MPE):  20µm + 5µm/m
Maximum angular velocity:  180°/sec
Precision level accuracy:  ±2 arcseconds
Max angular acceleration:   860°/sec2