LiDAR and ToF Sensors for Drones, Robotics, and Automation
See Acroname's full selection of LiDAR sensors and rangefinders. We offer rangefinders from LightWare, Hokuyo, OmniPreSense, and TeraRanger. All orders over $100 ship free.
FAST-RATE LASER: The LightWare SF20/C is a fast-rate laser rangefinder designed to help drones record fast and accurate distance measurements. It's a small-form-factor, 100-meter range laser sensor that is small and accurate. The SF20/C includes driver hardware and software to control a servo-driven LiDAR scanner for sense-and-avoid applications.
The LW20/C is a small form factor, 100 meter range, laser distance sensor with fast, accurate measurements. The LW20/C includes driver hardware and software to control a servo driven LiDAR scanner for sense-and-avoid applications.
The TF03 is a low-cost, compact, long-range (up to 180m) industrial level LiDAR range sensor. With a blind spot of only 0.1m and accuracy of within 1%, this product is applicable to the terrain following of drones, the collision avoidance of cars, intelligent transportation and industrial safety warning.
The TFMini Plus is a single-point short-range ToF (Time of Flight) LiDAR sensor capable of measuring the distance to an object from 0.1m up to 12m. Unlike the original TFMini, the TFMini Plus has a full casing with an IP65 rating while still only weighing in at 11g.
The LightWare SF23/B is a very low power LiDAR that can be used in energy critical applications where batteries or solar cells are used. Weighing 10g, it can run from voltages as low as 3.2V and has an average current consumption of less than 2mA when taking one reading per second. The measuring range of the SF23/B is 0.2 to 50 meters, and features a serial interface.
The LightWare SF22/C is a LiDAR API development kit that can be used to test out new applications before investing in more expensive devices. The measuring range is from 0.2m to 100m and is Class 1M eye safe. It is a small form factor, general purpose laser sensor that measures the distance to objects by ToF (time of flight) of a laser flash 10 to 100 times a second. The SF22/C can interface using serial, I2C and USB, and is tolerant to changes in background lighting conditions, wind and noise.