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  • D410 Leica DISTO Package Contents
  • D410 Intelligent Endpiece Stationary
  • D410 Intelligent Endpiece Range of Motion
  • D410 Leica DISTO Display
  • D410 Leica DISTO Camera
  • D410 Leica DISTO Display
  • D410 Leica DISTO Keypad
  • D410 Leica DISTO Front
  • D410 Holster / Soft Case

The Leica DISTO™ D410 is a 7 measurement mode LDM that is accurate to 1/16th of an inch. It is rugged IP65 rated against dust, dirt and rain, and features a point finder camera, a bright LCD screen and Smart Horizontal™ mode. 

It is a simple to use laser measurer built to take outdoor measurements at great distances.

The D410 laser module can read a target at distances that exceed your ability to see the laser point. WIth the point finder  -- a 4x zoom digital camera -- you find your target in the display, extending the useable range to the ~500ft max.

The farther you can shoot, the more potential there is for something to get in the way. Smart Horizontal™ allows you to shoot over obstacles so you can measure the level horizontal distance to your target.

At distance, a small wobble in the tool bounces the laser point in wide arcs. This is sub-optimal for acquiring reflected laser energy. For best results when measuring long distances, keep your dot steady with a tripod and our Fine Tune Adapter.

Specifications

Technical specifications:
Typical measuring accuracy± 1 mm
Rangeup to 150 m
Measuring unitsm, ft, in
X-Range Power TechnologyYes
Distance in m10, 50, 100 m
of the laser dot in mm6, 30, 60 mm
Pointfinder with 4x zoomYes
Memory30 displays
Measurements per set of batteriesup to 5000
Multifunctional end-pieceautomatic recognition
Batteriestype AA 2 × 1.5 V (ships with alkaline)
Tripod thread¼”- 20
Protection classIP65 – water jet protection and dust-tight
Dimensions5.6 x 2.3 x 1.1 in
Weight with batteries198 g
EAN/UPC7640110695357
  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Intelligent Endpiece

    The endpiece is an integral part of the tool, connected to the circuit board.

    In the closed position the DISTO knows to measure from its base.

    Flip it open 90 degrees to align the base perfectly on an edge or corner.

    Flip it out all the way and you can put this baby in a corner to accurately measure diagonals. Otherwise, the width of the base would prevent you from getting aII the way into the corner, rendering the measurement inaccurate.

  • "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.

  • Store measurements and images with measurements associated with them.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Personalize Favorites

     

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

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

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

Using a DISTO provides the most accurate