Escáner Láser de 360° RPLIDAR S1 (40 m)

SlamtecSKU:RB-Rpk-13
Número de fabricante: S1M1-R2

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  • Escáner Láser de 360° RPLIDAR S1 (40 m)
  • Puede tomar hasta 9200 muestras de láser por segundo
  • Ofrece una alta velocidad de rotación
  • Equipado con tecnología patentada OPAMAG SLAMTEC

El Escáner Láser de 360° RPLIDAR S1 (40 m) es la solución de escáner láser 2D (360 grados) de bajo costo y próxima generación (LIDAR) desarrollada por SLAMTEC. Puede tomar hasta 9200 muestras de láser por segundo con alta velocidad de rotación.

Equipado con la tecnología patentada OPTMAG de SLAMTEC, rompe con la limitación de la vida útil del sistema tradicional LIDAR para que funcione de manera estable durante mucho tiempo. El sistema puede realizar un escaneo 2D de 360 grados dentro de un rango de 40 metros. Los datos de la nube de puntos 2D generados se pueden utilizar en el mapeo, la localización y el modelado de objetos/entornos.

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En comparación con los RPLIDAR en otras series, el RPLIDAR S1 tiene un rendimiento más estable al detectar objetos en distancias largas, objetos en blanco o negro alternativamente y objetos bajo luz solar directa, lo que es ideal para la creación de mapas en el entorno exterior dentro de un radio de alcance de 40 metros . Por lo tanto, se puede aplicar ampliamente en muchos escenarios comerciales orientados al consumidor.

La frecuencia de exploración típica de RPLIDAR S1 es de 10 Hz (600 rpm), y la frecuencia se puede ajustar libremente dentro del rango de 8-15 Hz de acuerdo con los requisitos específicos. Con la frecuencia de exploración de 10Hz, la frecuencia de muestreo es 9,2 kHz y la resolución angular es 0,391°.

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Debido a las mejoras en el rendimiento operativo del hardware SLAMTEC y el algoritmo relacionado, RPLIDAR S1 funciona bien en todo tipo de ambientes interiores y exteriores con luz solar directa.

Mientras tanto, antes de salir de fábrica, cada RPLIDAR S1 ha superado las pruebas estrictas para garantizar que la potencia de salida del láser cumpla con el estándar de seguridad de los ojos de IEC-60825 Clase 1.

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  • 1 x Escáner Láser de 360° RPLIDAR S1 (40 m)
  • 1 x Placa de interfaz USB (incluida)
  • 1 x Adaptador de USB a Alimentación
  • 1 x Cable USB a USB Micro B
  • 1 x Cable de interfaz para sensor a conexión de interfaz USB
  • 55,5 x 55,5 x 51 mm

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  • Escenarios de aplicación: Ideal para ambientes exteriores e interiores con resistencia confiable a la luz del día
  • Distancia de alcance: objeto blanco: 40 metros, objeto negro: 10 metros
  • Frecuencia de muestreo: 9,2 kHz
  • Velocidad de escaneo: Valor típico: 10 Hz (ajustable entre 8 Hz y 15 Hz)
  • Resolución angular: Valor típico: 0,391° (0,313° -0,587° depende de la velocidad de escaneo
  • Interfaz de comunicación: TTL UART
  • Velocidad de comunicación: 256000 bps
  • Precisión: ± 5cm
  • Resolución: 3cm
  • Peso: 105 g

Customer Reviews

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Andy
Good LIDAR for its specs

After doing an assessment of the best LIDAR in the Slamtech family for my unique application, and conversing many times with Slamtech engineering, I decided to purchase one S1 unit to test it out. I ultimately had to get it operational on an Arduino type platform, so understood there would be challenges, as the most current SDK for Arduino was from 2014! The engineers also warmed me about that though they pointed to their current Windows, Linus, etc. based SDKs. I struggled with their documentation and even basic interface program, as they omitted to explain basic steps like 'clink in the blank area on the left side of the screen below the word LIDAR and you will be able to select the COM port'. That one explanation took 4 days with a 24 hour response time due to working with folks in China. They did respond - and for this I thank them - but it was slow. After confirming it was operational I then moved to the Arduino code. This took many hours to piece together Arduino code, videos, forums, their SDKs, etc -but eventually I got it operating in my environment. The unit is very stable and once scanning it reports information at the given frequency (I was operating at 10hz). The measurements are pretty accurate (down to a few cm and I was operating within a tight environment for my test (2mx 2.5m). I even assessed the reflection quality of the unit based on four different stationary targets (wood dowel, chrome reflective tube, black reflective dowel and white round rubber target) all around the same diameter and distance. It was interesting to see the quality of the target change with these materials. Once this was under control, I then moved to my intended use. Unfortunately for the speed of my indented target - this S1 RPLIDAR is too slow. I am now back to the drawing board.

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Beeeee
A great, small, and powerful 360 degree lidar!

This is a great, small, and powerful 360 degree lidar. I've used it on a robot with ROS and created maps that are far better than the other Lidar units I have used. I was a little worried about the software aspect of it after reading some reviews but It wasn't bad. I was able to get the demo software up and running. I had to use a Windows computer so that was the downside there but took about 20 min for me to navigate their site and download a few things before i figured it out. I use a mac normally so the Windows requirement was the biggest hurdle. That was only required for the demo software. I use this unit with ROS and it was fairly simple to get going with this this repo: https://github.com/Slamtec/rplidar_ros . For me, the best part was the somewhat sealed design and the long range outdoors. I would have liked a water/dust rating on it but perhaps that will come in the next model. So far it's great. I will be buying another for another robot I'm building.

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Ryan
Great Accuracy, but poor reliability

I really want to give this product a good review. When it's working, the speed and accuracy of the unit is great. We're using it regularly at the 20-30m range with good data. However, I've now had the 3rd unit fail in less than 12 months. Each time robotshop support has been great. I simply need better reliability and therefore, cannot recommend it.

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