Leica BLK360 Imaging Laser Scanner

Leica BLK360 Imaging Laser Scanner

The BLK360 represents the confluence of art and engineering. Fast image and point cloud processing; Lightweight, portable and easy to carry around; Easy to use one-button scanning; Enhanced connectivity and collaboration capabilities with cloud sync; and Two-in-one 360º image documentation and laser scan data.

$6,200

Product Descriptions

Used Leica BLK360 Laser Scanner, mint condition like new, this is a laser class 1 devicee comes with Leica Cyclone REGISTER 360 (BLK Edition)

Using Leica Cyclone FIELD 360 mobile-device app, the BLK360 streams image and point cloud data to an iPad or final project data to Cyclone REGISTER 360 or Cyclone REGISTER 360 (BLK Edition) via Wi-Fi. With automated workflows in both software offerings, the BLK360 plus the software solution of your choice, dramatically streamlines the reality capture process thereby opening this technology to non-surveying individuals. Simple export of LGS or RCP files makes working with point cloud data downstream in the Leica Geosystems and Autodesk suites simple and efficient, allowing users to spend less time processing data and more time creating meaningful deliverables.

The BLK360 captures 360,000 points per second, panoramic HDR imagery, and has thermal imaging capability. It is fully compatible with the Leica Cyclone suite of Reality Capture software and powerful enough to be a useful addition to an experienced surveyor’s toolkit.

System Includes on Sale:

  • (1X) Leica BLK360 Scanner
  • (2X) OEM Battery
  • (1X) Original power adapter with international plugs
  • (1X) A rugged TRI120 Tripod
  • (1X) Charger
  • (2X) Tripod adapter
  • (1X) Pelican Case
  • (1X) USB Drive

Features BLK360 imaging laser scanner:

  • Allows you to scan in high, standard and fast resolutions
  • Weighs 1 kg / Size 165 mm tall x 100 mm diameter
  • Less than 3 minutes for full-dome scan (in standard resolution) and 150 MP spherical image generation
  • 360,000 laser scan setpoints per second
  • High-Dynamic Range (HDR) and thermal imaging