CE30-A is a solid-state infrared LiDAR which is developed based on the ToF principle. Equipped with its special hardware design, it could complete the measurement of wide horizontal FOV and output the grey and depth information at the same time. With its specially optimized obstacle avoidance mode, the detecting area of interest could be set, and the single-point projection distance information of the nearest distance point could be transferred through CANBUS. Compared with single-line scanning LiDAR, CE30-A does not contain any rotating compartments, which could ensure the reliability of the long-time work and a wider vertical detecting range.
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Principle of Distance Measurement
The ranging principle of CE30-A is based on Time of Flight (TOF). CE30-A emits modulated near-infrared light, which will be reflected by the object and received by CE30-A again. CE30-A calculates the phase difference and time difference between the emitted and received light, which will be further converted to the clearance of the shot scene.
On the working mode, CE30-A could detect all positions within the detecting range (within the detecting FOV) and return the distance information. Results of distance and detecting area are shown in Figure 5.
The farthest detecting range of each angle has been optimized for general obstacle avoidance scenarios, which is different from regular detecting range. The schematic diagram is shown in Figure 6 (Customization is available for special requirements)