• DISTO S910 Touch
  • DISTO S910 Touch
  • DISTO S910 Touch
  • DISTO S910 Touch
  • DISTO S910 Touch
  • DISTO S910 Touch
  • DISTO S910 Touch

The Leica DISTO S910 is the first LDM that captures multiple, accurate measurements in three dimensions from a single location, radically improving the efficiency of common measuring tasks.

SmartBase

Smart Base -- a biaxial pivot integrated with the circuit board -- is the key hardware innovation. Combined with a more powerful laser, a 360° tilt sensor, and new software --SmartBase enables the S910 to measure the distances and angles between multiple points.

SmartBase facilitates three new remote measurement  functions:

  • Point to Point (P2P)Measure the tie distance between two points, even if you are hundreds of feet from your target. Shoot Point 1 then Point 2 and the S910 displays the distance between them. Widths, heights, diagonals, gaps, it doesn't matter: Just measure the start and end point and the distance is displayed.
  • Smart Area: Shoot the corners of any polygon to determine the area of walls, floors, even complex roof shapes. 
  • Smart Angle: Shoot three points to measure any angle (including outside angles, which is a first). 

Use a Tripod

For maximum accuracy the SmartBase requires a simple level check. This guarantees the electronic level of the S910 is within ± 0.1° of true level. For the highest measuring accuracy you will want to use a tripod for the majority of P2P, Smart Angle and Smart Area functions.  The S910 includes a metal insert for a ¼” tripod thread, found at the bottom of the SmartBase (and a 5/8” adaptor is available).


FTA 360-S Tripod Adpator

Even with a tripod and outdoor pointfinder camera, placing your laser point exactly where you want it can be challenging, especially at longer distances. The FTA 360-S is a micro-adjustable tripod adaptor. Point and shoot to get close, then tweak the knobs ever so slightly to adjust your spot by millimeters.

(A package with an S910, and FTA-S and a TRI-70 tripod is available here.)

Capture and Export Measurement Data

The S910 connects to compatible mobile apps with Bluetooth and exports DXF files over WiFi. 

How to use the S910

Specifications

ISO 16331-1 certified measuring accuracy (favorable conditions)1.0mm / ± 0.04 in*
ISO 16331-1 certified measuring accuracy (unfavorable conditions)2.0mm / ± 0.08 in**
ISO 16331-1 certified range (favorable conditions)0.05m - 300m / 0.16 ft - 984 ft
ISO 16331-1 certified range (unfavorable conditions)0.05m - 150m / 0.16 ft - 492 ft
Smart Base vertical range-40° to 80°
Smart Base vertical sensor toleranceup to +/- 0.1°
Smart Base horizontal range360°
Smart Base horizontal toleranceup to +/- 0.1°
Tolerance P2P function at distances (combination of sensors and distance measuring)approx. :
+/- 2 mm / 2 m+/- 5 mm / 5 m +/- 10 mm /10 m
Measuring units0.000 m, 0.0000 m, 0.00 m, 0.00 ft, 0'00" 1/32, 0.00 in, 0 in 1/32
X-Range TechnologyYes
Pointfinder with 4x zoomYes
Overview cameraYes
File format.jpg / .dxf
MemoryLast 50 displays
Windows SoftwareDISTO Transfer with AutoCAD® plugin
Free AppiOS / Android
Data interfaceBluetooth® V4.0 Smart / WLAN / USB
Measurements per set of batteries~ 4000
Storage Temp. Range-25 to 60 °C -13 to 140 °F
Operating Temp. Range-10 to 50 °C 14 to 122 °F
Charging Temp. Range-10 to 40 °C 14 to 104 °F
BatteriesLi-ion rechargeable
Tripod thread-20
Protection classIP 54 - splash water/ dust proof
Dimensions61 x 32 x 164 mm / 2.4 x 1.3 x 6.5 in
Weight with batteries8.5 oz
EAN/UPC7640110695746, 7640110695753 (North America)
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    Send measurements directly to your apps using Bluetooth Smart.

    See our App Directory for a list of apps that all kinds of professionals are using to transform the way they work.

    See our blog for more information about device compatibility.

     

     

    The free Leica DISTO Sketch App lets you take a picture with your iPhone and layer measured lines on top of it.

  • Smart Horizontal Mode

    Measure the tie distance between two points, even if you are hundreds of feet from your target. 

    Shoot Point 1 then Point 2 and the S910 displays the distance between them. Widths, heights, diagonals, gaps, it doesn't matter: Just measure the start and end point and the distance is displayed.

     

  • Smart Horizontal Mode

    Shoot the corners of any polygon to determine the area of walls, floors, even complex roof shapes.

    You can also  your measurements to a DXF file over WiFi.

  • Smart Horizontal Mode

    Shoot three points to measure any angle.

    This includes outside angles, which is a first for a laser distance meter.

  • Follow these 5 simple steps:

    1. Using a tripod or FTA360, locate your D810 touch perpendicular to the object you’re measuring and switch it on.
    2. From the FUNC touchscreen, select the MWP icon .
    3. Use the “pinch-zoom” on the touch screen so the measured object fills >50% of the D810 touch display
    4. Press the MWP key once to switch on the laser. Aim to the object’s center. Press the MWP key again to measure the distance.
    5. Touch and activate the left arrow in the display (becomes red) the use the “+” and “-” touch keys to align the arrow to the left side of the object. Repeat for the right side of the object. The width is updated on the display, typical accuracy is 1% of the width.
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    The Diameter function uses Measure in Picture technology to determine the diameter of cylindrical objects, like tanks.

    The read out also provides circumfrence (top number) and circular area.

     

     

  • The big receiver lens and the module it is connected to can see a laser dot outside at distances up to 1000ft, depending on conditions.

  • Smart Horizontal Mode

    Use Smart Horizontal to determine the level horizontal distance to a target when you have to shoot over an obstacle. The onboard 360° tilt sensor provides an angle measurement so the software can do the math to figure out how much to subtract from the angled shot to get the actual horizontal distance.

  • Min / Max Function

    In Min/Max mode, you "sweep" the laser point into a corner. The longest measurement is recorded. Very useful for accurate diagonal room or window/door measurements.

  • Area / Volume

    In area mode, the DISTO determines the area of a rectangle or square in two shots.

    Volume mode adds a third vertical shot to calculate volume.

  • Triangle / Room

    The simple area function is great when a room is a square or rectangle, but what if you have to determine the area of a room that has more than four corners? That is where the triangle function comes in. Divide the room into imaginary triangles, take three shots for each and then add them up. The DISTO will also tell you circumfrence and the angle of the triangle.

  • Painter Function

    When the DISTO is in area or volume mode, you can use the add / subtract function to total up the area of several surfaces, or subtract an area, like a door for example, from a measurement.

  • Two Point Pythagoras

    Take indirect height and width measurements using the Pythagorean Theorem.

    Three Point Pythagoras

    The key is to make sure your second shot -- the "rectangular shot" -- is perpendicular to the point you are measuring, shown as the 90° angle in the images. The best way to ensure accuracy is to use a tripod and an adapter.

  • Trapezium Function

    The Trapezium Function is useful for determining the length and slope of a roof section, and the area it covers. The DISTO uses the its internal tilt sensor to calculate the angle and the distance between the shots, which means you can measure roofs accurately from the ground.

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    Indirect distance measuring between two points. The reported measurements also include the horizontal distance between the two points, the vertical distance between the two points, and the angle between the points.

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    "Real time" height tracking for situations where you can hit a reflective target (like the ground) on the low end, but not at the top. Perfect for measuring the height of an overhead wire, for example.

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    Measure slopes with multiple shots. Each shot is stored as a profile pair that references the step before it.

  • Stake Out Function

    The stake out function uses the continuous measurement mode to indicate where to place stakes along a stake-out line. Ideal for any situation where you need to place objects at a consistent interval. The display shows the distance to the next stake out point and the DISTO beeps as you approach it.

  • Smart Horizontal Mode

    Create and store up to 20 DXF files on the device (maximum of 30 points per file).

     

  • The D810 Touch is the first and only touchscreen laser distance meter.

    In addition to making it easier for you switch between the functions, you can use familiar pinch and expand motions on the touchscreen to zoom the camera in or out.

    In Measure in Picture mode, you can tap and hold the brackets used to identify the points in the picture that you want to measure.

     

  • Bluetooth DISTOs are useful for Building Information Modeling (BIM).

    For more information on how Leica Geosystems supports BIM across our product line, check out the BIM Field Trip on our corporate site.

  • That's right: A sixteenth of an inch.

    Take out a pair of earbuds. Look at how wide the the 1/8" jack is.

    Now divide that by half.

  • Pointfinder

    The onboard digital camera features a 4x digital zoom "point finder" that shows you where the dot is even if you can't see it with the naked eye. Put the crosshairs on the spot you are measuring to and hit the button. It's that simple.

  • Functions that need to know the angle of the DISTO when the shot is taken are enabled by a highly accurate 360° tilt sensor that determines the angle of the laser. These include Smart Horizontal and Height Tracking modes.

  • It's not always so simple as taking one shot to get the measurement you need. Sometimes its handy to add multiple shots together, or subtract a negative space from a measurement.

    As you use the Add/Subtract function, the final result is displayed in the main line, and the last measurement taken is shown above.

  • Store measurements and images with measurements associated with them.

  • Set a timer to delay a measurement the same way you would with the shutter on a digital camera.

  • The D810's digital camera employs a wide field lens and a 4x zoom lens to power Measure in a Picture (MIP) technology -- the most advanced handheld remote measurement technology currently available.

    Combined with the data returned by the laser and the tilt sensor, the D810's software uses the fixed focal lengths of the lenses to determine height, width, and area in MIP mode or the circumference and volume in Measure a Cylinder mode.

    The D810 stores images with measurements laid over them for recall on the device or to download later, an especially useful feature for as-built measuring or Building Information Modeling (BIM).

     

  • The D810's Lithium Ion battery is recharged via a mini-USB. Plug it into the wall for fast charging, or plug it into a computer to charge and access the image gallery.

  • The D810 will take approximately 4000 measurments per charge.

  • "IP" stands for Ingress Protection. 

    The Ingress Protection (IP) rating was developed by the European Committee for Electrotechnical Standardization (CENELEC) to create a standard of toughness for electronic devices: Higher numbers mean more resistance to dust and water.

    For more information on IP ratings, see the IP section on the Certification page.

  • The D810 is like that big Swiss Army knife you always wanted, the one with all the doodads.

    The compass is useful for answering questions like, "Wait. Is this the north elevation or the west elevation?" or "Which way am I facing?"

  • Personalize Favorites

    With over 20 functions, chances are you are going to use one or two more than the rest. This Favorites function lets you bookmark your most-used functions on the tabs at the bottom of the touch screen.