TF Mini Micro LiDAR Range Finder
The TF Mini Micro LiDAR Range Finder combines a satisfyingly small size, low price and min-consumption. And in terms of performance, you’ll be delighted with its reliability and accuracy, both indoors and out.
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TF Mini LiDAR: a versatile and meticulous range finder
Benewake’s mini range finder is as useful for indoor shots as it is for outdoor shots. Although its range is reduced to 7 metres instead of 12 in the open air, its accuracy and sampling frequency remain unchanged: 100 measurements per second, with distances measured to the nearest centimetre. This allows it to accurately measure its distance from an object, even when the object is moving. It’s the perfect tool if you’re looking to create an obstacle-avoiding robot.
The second advantage of this LiDAR, designed for the general public, is its low consumption (800 mA max.), which makes it an ideal on-board measurement tool if robot autonomy is important to you. The Benewake LiDAR communicates with your microcontroller’s UART bus.
Designed for all types of robotics engineer
Whether you’re a researcher, designer or amateur robotics fan, Benewake’s micro LiDAR has everything it takes to please: its light weight (6 g!) and ultra-compact dimensions (less than 4.5 cm long) mean it can be fitted easily to any robotic chassis. If your robot offers only a limited amount of place, you’ll have the pleasure of being able to equip it with a highly reliable detection and measurement instrument without breaking the bank, because its price makes it affordable for all types of DIY enthusiast.
Technical specifications of the Benewake Micro LiDAR
- Dimensions: 42 x 16 x 15 mm
- Operating range: 0.3–12 m indoors, 0.3–7 m outdoors
- Measuring speed: 100 Hz
- Accurate to within one cm
- Weight: 6 g
- Field of view: 2.3°
- Input voltage: 5V
- Peak current: 800 mA
- Power: ≤ 1W
- Communication protocol: UART
- Operating temperature: -10 to +60 °C
Resources for the TFmini
- Supply voltage
- 5 Vdc
- Scanning frequency
- 100-1800 Hz
- Aperture angle
- Scanning range
- 10-19 m