HxGN SFx | Asset Management

Asset Status – Laser Tracker

The following table lists the icons that indicate the real-time operational status of a laser tracker.

Icon

Description

Tracker Overall Status

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The laser tracker is ready for use.

OK

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The laser is turned on.

OK

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The laser is turned off.

Warning

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The laser is on a timer.

Warning

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The laser is warming up.

Warning

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The laser tracker has lost connections with the cloud.

Unknown

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The laser tracker is offline.

Unknown

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The laser is failed to get ready for use.

Critical

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Indicates there is no sensor detected in the laser tracker.

Critical

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Indicates a wrong sensor is detected in the laser tracker.

Critical

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Indicates the sensor is not initialized normally.

Warning

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Indicates a wrong target is detected.

Warning

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Indicates a firmware error occurs or the firmware is broken.

Critical

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Indicates the compensation is missing.

Critical

Overall Status

A colored sidebar displayed to the left side of each asset card shows the overall status of each laser tracker in combination with the overall status of internal tracker sensors. See the figure below.

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  • A green sidebar indicates the laser tracker is healthy (i.e., in OK status) and internal sensors are in the working range.

  • A yellow sidebar indicates the laser tracker is in warning status or at least one warning event has been detected by internal sensors.

  • A red sidebar indicates the laser tracker encounters an error or at least one critical event has been detected by internal sensors.

  • A grey sidebar indicates the laser tracker has lost connections with the cloud.

The overall status of internal tracker sensors is comprised of the following three statuses:

  • Meteo Station status

  • Drift Monitoring status

  • Power Supply status

See Tracker Sensor Status for details.

Tip

The following situations may present errors in a laser tracker.

  • No sensor is detected in a laser tracker possibly because of a defect in the sensor, or there is no sensor connected with the tracker indeed.

  • The laser tracker is failed to get ready for use.

  • A wrong sensor is detected in the laser tracker.

  • An error occurs in the firmware or the firmware is broken.

  • The compensation is missing.