[chbot] UNI-T UT390B Laser Range Finder Distance Meter
helmut.walle at gmail.com
Thu Jul 10 07:10:11 BST 2014
Hm, it looks like the laser and sensor are inside the pretty sizeable
rotating part... is that a good idea? How does it electrically connect
to the fixed parts? Does anyone know how these perform in terms of wear
and lifetime expectations? Why not use a rotating mirror instead? Would
that not be a lot less complicated, and smaller and lighter, too? Or
does that not work well for 360-degree scanning? Not that I know much
about these things - I am just intrigued.
And for drool factor, check out this range
- for pricing on these, I would guess just add another zero at the end
of the RPLIDAR...
On 10/07/2014 3:50 p.m., hamster wrote:
> I saw this Laser Rangefinder on Seeed yesterday
> Most probably only useful indoors, and very pricy too, but has a very
> high drool-factor.
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