RPLiDAR A1M8 360 Degree Laser Scanner Kit - 12M Range

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RPLIDAR laser scanner LIDAR 360 12m 4000 robot navigation Environment scanning SLAM lidar kit a1m8. 

$99.00
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RPLIDAR A1 is a low cost 360 degree 2D laser scanner (LIDAR) solution developed by SLAMTEC. The system can perform 360degree scan within 6meter range. The produced 2D point cloud data can be used in mapping, localization and object/environment modeling.  

RPLIDAR A1’s scanning frequency reached 5.5 hz when sampling 360 points each round. And it can be configured up to 10 hz maximum. 

RPLIDAR A1 is basically a laser triangulation measurement system. It can work excellent in all kinds of indoor environment and outdoor environment without sunlight. 

If you need a different range, we can provide two other models.

RPLiDAR A2M8 360 Degree Laser Scanner Kit - 12M Range  Here

RPLiDAR A2M6 360 Degree Laser Scanner Kit - 18M Range  Here


Features

■Measures distance data in more than 8000 times/s

■360 Degree Omnidirectional Laser Range Scanning

■8000 times sample rate,the highest in the current economical LIDAR industry

■OPTMAG Original Design,prolong the life-span

■Configurable Scan Rate from 2-10Hz

■Ideal for Robot Navigation and Localization

■Plug and Play

Application Scenarios

■Home service /cleaning robot navigation and localization

■General robot navigation and localization

■Smart toy’s localization and obstacle avoidance

■Environment scanning and 3D re-modeling

■General simultaneous localization and mapping (SLAM)

Technical details

Dimensions 98.5mm x70mm x60mm
Weight G.W 170g
Battery Exclude
Distance Range 0.15 - 6m,White objects
Angular Range 0-360 Degree
Distance Resolution <0.5mm
Angular Resolution ≤1Degree
Sample Duration 0.5ms
Sample Frequency 2000~2010Hz
Scan Rate 1~10Hz,Typical 5.5Hz,

Part List

RPLIDAR A1(PWM motor driver embedded) 1
USB Adapter 1
RPLIDAR A1 communication cable 1

ECCN/HTS

HSCODE 9031809090
USHSCODE 9015900190
UPC 841454121244

ROS Melodic on Raspberry Pi 4 [Debian Buster] + RPLIDAR A1M8

This article describes the process of compiling ROS Melodic from source on new Raspberry Pi 4.

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Customer Reviews
  1. Nice
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    100%
    Arrived on time, works perfectly

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  2. Perfect for small robotic projects
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    Excellent product for the price. Although I have not tested it yet, the quality and characteristics look very promising.

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  3. Works well and easy to use
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    80%
    Easy to install and use. Comes with good documentation and libraries are available. it produces accurate results. Minor point is that the communication cable sticks out the bottom, which makes propping it up necessary as the legs are a bit short.

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  4. Strong Performance
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    100%
    Though the drivers and documentation are not the strongest, the hardware itself and overall refresh rate have been quite satisfactory. Our team is getting good results tracking bodies and with connecting multiple lidar units at the same time.

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  5. Good early use
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    100%
    I was able to see the output from the device very quickly after receiving it which is a good sign. Looking forward to integrating with my ROS powered project.

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  6. very good
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    100%
    It works fine.

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  7. rplidar
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    All good, worked right out of the box with raspberry pi an python.

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  • Where can I find a pre-compiled windows version of the demo app? There isn't one in the SDK anymore
    Question by: Todd Krein on 2019-06-05 04:03:22

    Hi there, Here is the link. https://github.com/SeeedDocument/forum_doc/raw/master/reg/frame_grabber.zip thanks.

    Answer by: admin on 2019-06-13 05:57:34
  • Question by: admin on 2018-12-18 02:24:05

    Hi there, the interface is UART and one PWM signal to control the motor. If the PSoc 63 can provides the signals, it will work. please refer to to page 11 Communication interface of the datasheet. **http://bucket.download.slamtec.com/8076da1cf98dd4a6db4029f0133a7f1024198dcb/LD310_SLAMTEC_rplidar_datasheet_A3M1_v1.2_en.pdf** thanks.

    Answer by: admin on 2018-12-18 02:24:05