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RANGER-U16023

Even more powerful Forward, NADIR, and Rear FOV laser
Phoenix LiDAR's Ranger U160
1.5-3 cm
RMSEz @ 120 M Range
2400 kHz
Pulse Rate
900 m
Rec. Max AGL
980 m
@ 20% Reflectivity
3.4 kg
Weight
100°
Field of View
RANGER U160
-10° 0° +10°
Scan Angle(s)
RANGER U160

KEY FEATURES

UAV
VTOL
 
Helicopter
  
 
Airplane
 
 
Mining
Rail
 
Construction
Mapping
 
Forestry
Oil & Gas
 
Quick Release
 
 
Air NavBox
 
 
SE8
 
 

The RANGER-U16023 adds range and density capabilities to an already unrivaled mapping system. Its unique forward and rear looking field of view was designed to minimize laser shadowing and provide a high level of detail on vertical surfaces.

Pulse rates up to 2400 kHz and the ability to be carried by a variety of aircraft make this a highly versatile system that is suitable for mapping at various scales in order to meet your unique project objectives.

The RANGER-U16023 is ideal for corridor mapping applications such as utility, rail and pipeline inspection.

Phoenix LiDAR Ranger U160 on Inspired Flight Drone
The RANGER U160 in aerial configuration easily integrates on the IF1200 heavy lift mutli-rotor drones.

Full specifications

Specification
Performance
Laser
1550 nm
Scan Speed
50 - 400 lines/second
Beam Divergance
0.4 mrad
Pulse Repitition Rate (1)
2400 kHz
Max. Number of Targets per Pulse (5)
32
Field of View
100°
Vertical Field of View
20° @ nadir
Max. Operating Flight Altitude AGL (2) (4)
900 m
Max. Measuring Range (2) (3) @ 20% Reflectivity
980 m
Constellation Support
GPS, GLONASS, BEIDOU, GALILEO
Overall Dimentions
27.5 x 11.7 x 22.2 cm
Operating Voltage
18-28 VDC
Power Consumption
75 W typical
Weight
3.4 kg / 7.5 lbs
Operating Temperature
0 - +40° C

(1) Rounded average PRR.
(2) Typical values for average conditions and average ambient brightness. In bright sunlight, the max. range is shorter than under an overcast sky.
(3) The maximum range is specified for flat targets with size in excess of the laser beam diameter, perpendicular angle of incidence, and for atmospheric visibility of 23 km.
Range ambiguities have to be resolved by multiple-time-around processing.
(4) Considering max. effective FOV 100°, additional roll angle <± 5 deg.
(5) If the laser beam hits, in part, more than one target, the laser‘s pulse power is split accordingly. Thus the achievable range is reduced.
Source: RIEGL Laser Measurement Systems

Accessories & Options

Harris Aerial H6 Drone with Ranger Ultra LiDAR System
Drone Kits
Ranger U160 LiDAR System
Camera Options
Ranger Ultra LiDAR System with Helicopter Mount
Heli Mount

Dimensions

Ranger U160 LiDAR System Dimensions
FRONT/LEFT

FRONT
Laser Scanner

LEFT
USB
SD Card

Phoenix LiDAR's Ranger U160
Ranger U160 Right side
RIGHT/REAR

REAR
Power Button
Status LED
GPS Antenna 1-2
Air NavBox
WiFi
Camera Mounting

RIGHT
Accessory Mounting

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