Aimed at helping engineers start designing with Espros' tiny 8x8 pixel Time-of-Flight (ToF) image sensor, the kit contains one epc611 ToF sensor, a wide field-of-view sensor board, reference design information and software.
The epc611 sensor, only 2.6x2.7mm in size, can operate in seven different ToF modes to be implemented in many SLAM industrial applications. A scanner built around the epc611 chip can operate as a 15m rangefinder, with a range measurement accuracy in centimetre, taking up to 4,000 measurements per second. This translates to 1° resolution at a 10Hz scanner rotating speed. Being very low-power, the chip is well suited for drone flying height detection and collision avoidance. Its superior photo-sensitivity compared to conventional ToF sensors means the epc611 operates at a safe illumination power.
Espros Photonics – www.espros.com
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