3D Scan Measuring Target Reflector 5/8" Thread With Magnet Base

Place of Origin China
Brand Name Leosurvey
Certification ISO
Model Number ADS mini108-2
Minimum Order Quantity 5 Pieces
Packaging Details Box and Carton
Delivery Time 3-5 work day
Payment Terms T/T
Supply Ability 500pcs per month
Product Details
Model ADSmini108-2 Color Black And White
Plate Material Aluminum Target Diameter 152.4mm
Base Diameter 100mm Thread 5/8"
Axis 135mm Condition New
Package Soft Bag Plate Magnetic
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3D Scan Measuring Target Reflector


5/8" Thread Measuring Target Reflector


135mm Axis Target Reflector

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Product Description

3D Scan Measuring Black and White Target Reflector with Magnet Base


Model: ADSmini108-2



A. 6" circular black/white tilt &turn target for Scan Station.

B. Leica standard stub fitting to mount on e.g. GLS12 pole.

C. Centre height at Leica standard reflector height.

D. 5/8" internal threaded base.

E. Anodised aluminum yoke and matte non-glare target plate

F. Axis height: 135mm

Technical Data:

Model ADSmini108-2
Plate Material Aluminum
Color Black and White
Target Diameter 152.4mm
Base Diameter 100mm
Thread 5/8"
Axis 135mm


Package Contains:

Scanning Target

Flat Magnet Mount



Soft carrying bag


Scanning Target:

Black and white

175.5mm central height

6 inch (152.4mm) diameter

5/8 inch bottom thread


Magnetic base:

Ideal for mounting a scanning target, GPS receiver or prism on a flat steel surface.

Pull force 55kg, Ø 100mm, Height 21mm, Weight 450 grams.


Targets and Scanning

Targets are physical objects that you set up on site that scanning software uses to tie together multiple scans. The process of tying together scans is called “registration.” If you have set up your targets correctly, the software will be able to register your scans together with relative ease. However, if targets are placed improperly, a lot of manual registration will be required. Manual registration is incredibly time consuming, and it is absolutely worth it to take extra time in the field to properly set up targets.

Setting Up Targets

When setting up targets, you need to keep in mind that 3 targets minimum are required to register two scans together. This means each consecutive scan needs to have 3 targets in common with the previous scan. Up to five targets are recommended as a safety net; however having too many targets is time consuming to set up and will take the registration software more time to process.

When setting up targets, take the following factors into account. Be aware that they will change per manufacturer.

  1. Resolution: The resolution your scanner is set to will affect how far you can place your target. For example, for a FARO scanner, at 1/4 in, the target can be up to 60 feet from the scanner; at 1/8th in it can be up to 30ft away.
  2. Distance: As mentioned above, targets can only be so far away from the scanner and still provide accurate registration. Keep in mind that what are listed above are maximums and could be significantly less, for example, there is a lot of dust and moisture in the space.
  3. Environment: Factors such as sun, dust and moisture can have an effect on how accurately targets are captured.
  4. Size of target: Smaller targets must be placed closer to the scanner. Targets will typically come with instructions about distances from the scanner.
  5. Any vibration: If you are in a room with vibration or very heavy air flow, such as a mechanical space, be aware that your targets may move and take extra precautions to secure them.


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