RPLIDAR - 360 degree Laser Scanner Development Kit
RPLIDAR - 360 degree Laser Scanner Development Kit
RPLIDAR - 360 degree Laser Scanner Development Kit
RPLIDAR - 360 degree Laser Scanner Development Kit
RPLIDAR - 360 degree Laser Scanner Development Kit
RPLIDAR - 360 degree Laser Scanner Development Kit
RPLIDAR - 360 degree Laser Scanner Development Kit

RPLIDAR - 360 degree Laser Scanner Development Kit

SKU 101990051
  • Affordable lidar for everyone
  • 360 degree laser scanner development kit
  • Omnidirectional laser scan
  • User configurable scan rate
  • Ideal Sensor for robot localization & mapping
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    • 1 x RPLIDAR A1(PWM motor driver embedded)

    • 1 x USB Adapter

    • 1 x RPLIDAR A1 communication cable


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    This product is designed by Slamtec,  For technical support, please contact with them via support@slamtec.com 


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    has anyone tryed this on a frc robot
    on Apr 18,2017
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    Hello, if you need more details, please feel free to contact techsupport@seeed.cc.

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    on Apr 18,2017 14:05 PM
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    We had it setup for FTC this year and had it mapping a room and objects in the room. We didn't have time to finish it for the field but are considering it next year. We were using an STM to capture and display the data but planned on moving it to i2c so that we could process the data in the phone. We actually used an Neato sourced version of this but I'm sure it would work the same and we believe it will provide invaluable data.
    on Apr 21,2017 01:22 AM
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    Tried to a few years ago, actually had a full field-position and some degree of autonomous navigation, but that year it was specifically banned on the basis that it has a non-first approved motor in it. I would ask in the Q&A this year, though, this was (apparently) developed in part for FIRST, hence the $400 price point.
    on Apr 26,2017 14:19 PM
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