Sensors for Robotics and Automation
Acroname is your source for LiDAR, Radar, Sonar, and Thermal sensors. These sensors are designed to be integrated into your robotics and automation products to help your devices "see" for themselves. All orders from Acroname over $100 ship free.*
SLAM INTELLIGENCE: The SF40/C is a long-range LIDAR sensor with a time-of-flight range of up to 100 meters. It’s specifically designed for flight applications and provides unmanned airborne systems with simultaneous localization and mapping (SLAM) intelligence capabilities. The SF40/C is also known for its ability to facilitate collision avoidance and low-level maneuvering when used in airborne vehicles and systems.
SENSE AND AVOID: The world’s smallest and lightest scanning LiDAR sensor. The LightWare SF45 gives "eyes" to high-cost unmanned autonomous vehicles (UAVs) and machines, lowering the risk of catastrophe and the safe delivery of payloads.
ACCURATE ALTITUDES: The SF30/D laser measurement sensor provides real-time, accurate altitude (AGL) measurements for UAVs. The lightweight 36-gram design features a time-of-flight range of up to 200 meters (656 feet) with an update rate of up to 20K readings per second.
HIGH-SPEED RANGEFINDER: The LightWare SF30/B is a high-speed, lightweight laser rangefinder for mapping and obstacle detection by robotic vehicles such as UAVs with a range of up to 50m.
PRECISE AND ACCURATE: The SF000/B 50m is an ultra-small and light laser rangefinder specifically designed for size and weight-constrained applications. Its Time-of-Flight system quickly produces precise and accurate distance and speed measurements.
A lightweight laser altimeter designed specifically for use on UAVs. The SF11 provides accurate and fast altitude (AGL) measuring capabilities. Ideal for automated landings, precise hovering, and terrain following.
ENERGY-CRITICAL: The SF23/B is a low-power LiDAR that can be used in energy-critical applications where batteries or solar cells are used. The SF23/B is tolerant to changes in background lighting conditions, wind, and noise.