TeraRanger 3D Array

TeraRanger 3D Array is a simple 3D solution for mapping, SLAM and collision avoidance on ground and airborne robots. It combines eight TeraRanger One sensors and the TeraRanger Hub to create a lightweight, fully eye-safe 3D scanner where calibrated distance data is streamed from a USB or UART port as an array of synchronised distances, in millimetres.

With fast refresh rates, zero moving parts and 100% eye-safety it provides a lightweight, ROS compatible, alternative to traditional laser lidar scanners. Please refer to pictures for Field of View and beam configurations.

Choose TeraRanger One Type A sensors, or TeraRanger One Type B sensors depending on your operating environment and conditions. All other product specifications are the same as TeraRanger Tower, with the only difference being the configuration of the sensors’ axis.

 

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Update Rate

Up to 270 Hz

Range

0.2 – 14 meters

Lightweight

From 130g

Modular solution

TeraRanger 3D Array Performance:

  • Principle: Time-of-Flight
  • Range resolution: 0.5cm
  • Accuracy: ± 4cm in precision mode
  • Field of view: 3º for each sensor
  • Supply voltage: 12V DC recommended (10-20V accepted)
  • Supply current: 345mA @12V in general environment

Design, Dimensions and Weight:

  • Size: L 135mm x W 58mm x H 70mm
  • Weight: 130g fully assembled with 8 sensors

Interfaces:

  • Interface 1: UART, +3.3V level, 921600,8,N,1. Connector: 4 pin Molex Picoblade
  • Interface 2: Micro-USB port (2.0)
  • Expansion: 4 pin Molex Picoblade connector for Can bus +5V level. (Requires firmware development. Please contact us if you are interested in this)

Plug and Play sensor arrays

Bespoke array in R&D to facilitate complex navigation requirement

 

Featured Use case: Build your custom arrays

The TeraRanger family is built on a modular approach whereby you can simply connect up to eight TeraRanger One sensors to a central board which then takes care of distributing power and receiving and synchronising distance data from different directions.

 

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