High-Precision LRF (Laser Range Finder) with 5km Extended Range
Our laser range finders use advanced technology developed for the military to accurately measure the distance to a target. LRFs work by pulsing laser light in the SWIR wavelengths towards a target. A receiver then detects the reflection of that light and accurately calculates the distance based on the time it took for the light to bounce back.
This weapons-grade LRF provides an accuracy as good as 10–50cm, with an extended range up to 5km in ideal conditions. The 1550nm solid state SWIR micro laser provides short, high-pulse energy pulses, with diffraction-limited beam quality and low divergence, resulting in superior range and performance.
LRFs are used in a host of applications such as weapon targeting, advanced tracking, autonomous cars and geo locking surveillance. Our LRFs utilize low-noise, high-efficiency photoreceivers that have been designed and optimized for ranging. The customized electronics are designed to improve accuracy performance while reducing false reflections and echoes.
Infiniti uses high quality weapons-grade LRFs, however they still suffer from problems and limitations common to the technology that affect all LRFs. For more info, please see our LRF Whitepaper on Ranging Performance.
|Single Measurement Range to Vehicle*||2.5km to NATO Vehicle (2.3 × 2.3m)|
|Continuous Measurement (10Hz) Range to Vehicle*||1.5km to NATO Vehicle (2.3 × 2.3m)|
|Continuous Measurement†||1, 4, 10, 20, 100, 200, 500 Hz|
|False Detection Rate||< 1%|
|Beam Divergence||0.015° × 0.015°|
|Target Distinction†††||< 20m|
|Range Gating Resolution||1m|
|Alignment Laser||630nm (development mode only)|
|Laser Class||Class 1 (eye safe)|
|Power Consumption||< 2.5W|
|Serial Interface||UART 3.3V, IP with Octagon|
|Operating Temperature||-32°C to +60°C (-40° to +65°C with custom enclosure)|
|Dimensions||56mm × 36mm × 26mm|
*Target size 2.3 x 2.3 m, ideal conditions, maximum measuring time, target reflectivity 30%, detection probability 90%
†Range performance depends on applied rate.
††Depending on distance and target reflectivity.
†††Depending on received signal level. Up to three (3) targets: First, Second and Last.