- Lightware SF23-B Laser Rangefinder (50 m)
- Features a very low power LiDAR
- Can run from voltages as low as 3.2 V
- Operates from a small solar panel or coin cell battery
- Is able to take 1 to 10 readings per second
The Lightware SF23-B Laser Rangefinder (50 m) is a very low power LiDAR that can be used in energy critical applications where batteries or solar cells are used. It is a small form factor, general purpose LiDAR sensor that measures the distance to objects by timing a laser flash. It measures up to 50 m in outdoor conditions.
The SF23/B LiDAR is rated laser Class 1 eye safe. Do not view the laser with magnifying optics such as microscopes, binoculars or telescopes. The SF23/B LiDAR communication interfaces include A serial port (3.0 V logic level) with configurable baud rate to connect to a host controller. A shutdown control line. A general purpose control line.
The SF23/B requires a clear line-of-sight to measure distance to a target surface. It can be mounted with a vertical or horizontal lens orientation. Accuracy is not generally affected by the colour or texture of the target surface, nor the angle of incidence of the laser beam. The SF23/B is tolerant to changes in background lighting conditions, wind and noise.
- 1 x Lightware SF23-B Laser Rangefinder (50 m)
- 32 x 30 x 22 mm
- Measuring range: 0.2 to 50 m (80% reflective, large target)
- Measuring speed: 1 to 20 readings per second (configurable)
- Interfaces: Serial
- Integration: User APIs, LightWare Studio
- Safety: Eye safe laser emission Class 1
- Environmental: Open frame, no IP rating
- Resolution: 1 cm
- Accuracy: ±10 cm
- Power supply voltage: 3.1 - 5.5 V
- Power supply current: < 5 mA, 100 mA
- Outputs & interfaces: Serial (3.0 V logic), shutdown, control
- Weight: 10 g (excluding cables)
- Beam divergence: < 0.5°
- Operating temperature: -10 - +50 °C
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