What would you do with a lidar that can run off a watch battery?

LightWare has great pleasure in launching the SF23/B. This first of its kind lidar can run from voltages as low as 3.2 V and has an average current consumption of less than 2 mA when taking one reading per second.

LightWare believes this product offering will enable lidar applications and product solutions that were previously not possible. We look forward to seeing what our innovative customers bring to life ;-)

Full specifications and ordering on the link below: 

https://lightware.co.za/collections/frontpage/products/sf23-b-50-m

Feel free to contact LightWare with any questions: info@lightware.co.za

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Comment by d j on August 9, 2019 at 10:20am

I have tested lidars but ther fail to work in outdoor enviroments.

For taking one reading per second you can use Laser Distance Meter at $30

Comment by Nadia Nilsen on August 11, 2019 at 10:35pm

@ d j, At $30 they won't work outside in the sunshine and only over short ranges. LightWare offers you 50m outside in bright sunlight. Try it.

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