Leica Absolute Tracker AT500

Leica Absolute Tracker AT500

Measure anywhere with enhanced productivity

The first true all-in-one Hexagon laser tracker measurement solution, the Leica Absolute Tracker AT500 benefits from a fully battery-powered, integrated-controller design that makes it the most portable and easy to setup member of the Absolute Tracker range. Operational simplicity plays a key role in driving the enhanced productivity proposition of the AT500, from its easy ultra-long-range reflector measurement capabilities to the entry-level 6DoF probing functionality delivered by B-Probeplus. With the usability and robust design that are the defining features of the AT500, absolutely anyone can measure absolutely anything, absolutely anywhere.

Measurement anywhere

The AT500 boasts IP54-rated protection from the elements, as well as an extended working temperature range of -15 to +50°C, allowing for measurement from the mountaintop to the foundry.

Next-generation probing

The battery-powered B-Probeplus brings entry-level 6DoF handheld probing to the 3D tracker segment. The probe is easier to handle than the previous generation and boasts a widened acceptance angle and increased range.

Integrated features

The batteries that power the AT500 have been built into the tracker head, making this a system that's ideal for setup and operation beyond the bounds of traditional inspection locations.

Live 6DoF information

The digital read-out of the B-Probeplus puts direct measurement feedback in the users hands. This simplifies and speeds up probing operations, and is particularly useful in supporting drilling applications when combined with a punch tool accessory.

Extended range

The full reflector measurement range of the AT500 extends across a volume 320 metres in diameter, making it the ideal solution for inspection of large structures such as antennas or ships.

Productivity made easy

One-button operation combined with WiFi access point connectivity and integrated batteries makes the AT500 the easiest tracker to use. And it's not limited to upright configuration — it can be used in any orientation, including upside down.