LIDAR (Light Detection and Ranging) uses laser-based time-of flight (ToF) technology to construct a 360-degree view for the guidance of Automated Guided Vehicles (AGV), Laser Guided Vehicles (LGV) and Automated Guided Forklifts (AGF).
Datalogic’s LGS-N50 is a compact, rugged navigation Lidar which can be mounted on suitable vehicles to provide laser-based navigation by providing distance and intensity measurement to the AGV guidance systems.
With its compact size and simple Ethernet UDP protocol, the LGS-N50 is easy to fit and simple to configure.
Combined with Laser Sentinel safety laser scanners, Datalogic offers manufacturers of Automated Vehicles a complete solution for automated vehicle guidance.
Details of the Basler Blaze ToF camera for machine vision and robot guidance applications can be found here.
Details of Datalogic’s safety products in conjunction with LIDAR for AVG applications can be found here.
LIDAR guidance scanner ToF, 360°, 50m
|Dimension (mm)||95 x 97 x 116|
|Material of body||Aluminium alloy, Polycarbonate|
|Output current max||30 mA|
|Power consumption||7 W|
|Reading Field of View||0.2-2m (1.8% reflectivity), 0.2-15m (10%), 0.2-50m (80%)|
|Reading speed||60,000 points per second|
|Storage temperature max||70 °C|
|Storage temperature min||-30 °C|
|Supply voltage||12 - 32 V DC|
|Temperature operational max||50 °C|
|Temperature operational min||-20 °C|
|Type of light||Laser|