Key Features of Leica Disto D410 Laser Measurer
The new Leica DISTO D410 – new device for precise targeting and simple outdoor measurement. The new Leica DISTO™ D410 stands for easy and effortless outdoor distance measurement. With its Pointfinder you can target and measure distances even when you cannot see the laser dot. Accurate targeting provides reliable results, especially over long distances and in glaring sunshine. Due to the protection class IP 65, it always delivers reliable results.
Simple and precise targeting both indoor and outdoor
With the Pointfinder with 4x zoom, the Leica DISTO D410 digital distance meter takes measurements with perfect accuracy and in unfavorable light conditions. This is a decisive advantage when working outside in sunny weather. Even if the red laser point is no longer visible, the target can be seen exactly on the display.
- Even if laser point is not visible to naked eye, the target can be seen precisely in the crosshair on the display.
- Still picture after measuring shows target point and crosshair for verification of measurement.
- Supports quick and precise targeting and working outdoors in sunny weather or other challenging ambient light conditions.
Protection class IP 65 – Tough and easy to clean
The housing and keypad are specially sealed against water and dust. Cleaning under running water is also no problem. Furthermore the laser distance meter can be used in all weather conditions, being dustproof and water jet protected (IP65). Thus the Leica DISTO D410 laser measurer always delivers reliable measurements, come rain or shine.
Smart Horizontal Mode™
Even if obstructions such as walls, hedges or people stand in the direction of the target, the Leica DISTO D410 disto meter quickly comes up with an accurate result thanks to the “Smart Horizontal Mode™”. One measurement is enough for the required horizontal distance to appear on the display.
The range and accuracy of the Leica DISTO™ D410 distance meter are tested to ISO-16331-1. That means it has a long range of 150 m and achieves an extremely high accuracy of ±1 mm, not only under perfect laboratory conditions, but also in everyday use on site.
Modern user interface
All functions can be clearly seen on the Disto D410 display screen and simply selected. Your favourite functions can be assigned to a pair of selection keys, for quick access at the touch of a button. The integrated, easy-to-understand help function does not leave you in the lurch on site.
Leica Disto D410 Features Minimum / maximum measurement function
The maximum measurement is very helpful, e.g. for finding out the room diagonal. The minimum measurement can be used to measure at right angles to a wall.
Leica Disto D410 Fetures Area and volume measurement functions
With only two or three measurements, you can quickly and precisely calculate the area of a ceiling, floor or wall, or the volume of a room. No need to note down the individual values! The result is calculated automatically and shown on the display.
Leica Disto D410 Features Painter function
With this function you can determine e.g. the total wall area of a room without having to note down any intermediate results. Simply measure the lengths of the walls, which you can add or subtract as required. Finally measure the room height, which is then automatically multiplied by the previously calculated value.
Leica Disto D410 Features Stake-out function
One or two different distances (a and b) can be entered into the device and then used to subtract from defined measured lengths. The display always shows the current stake-out distance and a direction arrow. At a distance of 0.1 m to the next stake-out point, an acoustic signal sounds.
Leica Disto D410 Features Pythagoras functions
Using the tripod, you can measure distances indirectly, horizontally and vertically. The Leica DISTO™ calculates the result automatically for you from three measurements. Functions such as automatic minimum and maximum measurements help you to measure the right point.
Partial heights, e.g. balcony or window heights, are determined by Pythagoras.
Leica Disto D410 Smart Horizontal Mode
The desired horizontal distance is determined using the tilt measurement, even if the object cannot be directly targeted horizontally. This function is very helpful, e.g. if walls, hedges or people are between the instrument and the target.