20km Laser Rangefinder/ Laser Range finder of 1Hz continuous 30minutes
China TianYing TY-LR77 compact 12km-20km laser rangefinder module 1 Hz developed for observation platforms tasked to acquire small, moving targets, hence the 1 Hz continuous measuring rate and the extended range. They can find the range to small targets such as 5 square meter aero planes to distances up to and even beyond 10km.
The LRF-20km 1 Hz is installed in platforms on ships, land vehicles or aero planes. Easy integrated to camera system, fire-control system etc, it is ideal for 275mm to 460mm focus cooled thermal camera system.
We leveraged the latest technology to construct this remarkably compact, exceptionally accurate rangefinder, hence customer enable very easy integration into different platforms.
12km-20km 1Hz continuous rate 1064nm Wavelength Laser Rangefinder Module Features:
1) Beyond 10km ranging capability of 30% reflection 5m² airplanes, beyond 15km ranging capability of 40% albedo 25m² target, up to 20km ranging capability of building/large craft.
Note: Standard clear atmosphere; extinction coefficient 0.038 km-1 (Beta Spec); sea level visibility = 23.5km.
2) 1Hz continuous measuring 30 minutes.
3) Beam divergence 1mrad, option 2mrad, 0.8mrad, 0.7mrad, 0.6mrad, 0.5mrad, 0.4mrad, 0.3mrad etc.
4) Accuracy less than 5m.
5) Only 620 cubic centimeters in size.
6) Less than 600g weight without house.
7) Working temperature: -40°C to + 60°C.
8) Reliability: life > one hundred thousand range measurements and MTBF > 4000 hours.
9) Easy integration to compact observation systems and compact fire-control system for airborne, maritime and land-based optronic.
12km - 20km 1Hz continuous rate Laser Rangefinder Module Recommended Use:
1) Optronic surveillance and reconnaissance.
2) Target tracking systems and anti-aircraft systems.
3) Fire control systems for land, air and sea targets.
4) For determination of flight altitudes on airports.
5) To measure the distance of ships from the coast.
6) In general for applications of position determination of moving objects