TeraRanger Evo 60m - The long-range ToF distance sensor, 60m, 240Hz, 9 grams

distance measurement sensor

Lightweight and high-performance distance sensing platform for robotics, automation and IoT applications

TeraRanger Evo 60m is the long-range Time-of-Flight addition to the Evo sensor family. With its 60 meters detection range and an update rate of up to 240Hz, it offers high-performance in a compact (from 9 grams) and low-cost design. It is often used as a precision altimeter on drones, navigation and collision-avoidance tool for robotics, level sensing and for many more IoT monitoring applications
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Key product features

  • Infrared Time-of-Flight technology
  • Up to 60 meters detection range
  • Small and lightweight design (from 9 grams)
  • USB, I2C and UART clip-on interchangeable interfaces
  • ROS and Pixhawk ready
  • Operates in low light and complete darkness
  • Eye-safe in all conditions
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Applications you can build with Time-of-Flight distance measurement sensor modules

tof distance sensor

Robot navigation, anti-collision

tof distance sensor

Drone altimeter, precision landing

temperature camera

Drone obstacle avoidance

distance measurement sensor

Level monitoring (silos, waste, etc.)

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Presence detection, object counting

arduino distance sensor

Unique modular design

TeraRanger Evo sensors consist of an opto-electronic sensing device (black module) and a choice of backboard (yellow model), which simply plugs-in to provide the sensor with its communication link and power management capabilities without the need for adapters or complex wiring. You simply choose the backboard that best suits your application and communication protocol! USB, I2C and UART backboards are available.

For first time users, we recommend the USB backboard as it allows quick tests on PC with our graphical user interface. This setup is also required for possible firmware updates in future.

Other backboards with industry standard interfaces and protocols can also be made to support your application. Contact Terabee at teraranger@terabee.com to discuss your project requirements.
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Build your own sensor module array

It is also possible to build multi-sensor applications with TeraRanger Evo 60m sensors. Connect up to 8 Evo sensors to our lightweight PCB board, called TeraRanger Hub Evo, that enables users to quickly prototype custom sensor arrays without being constrained to pre-set configurations. TeraRanger Hub Evo also features a built-in sensor crosstalk avoidance system. Want to know more? Visit the TeraRanger Hub Evo page.

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Build Android applications with our technology!

Our Android SDK provides an easy way to communicate with Terabee sensors on an Android device. The SDK supports the following sensor models via a USB interface:

TeraRanger Evo 3M
TeraRanger Evo 60M
TeraRanger Evo 64px
TeraRanger Multiflex

The SDK can auto-detect which type of sensor is connected to a device.

To connect the sensor to an Android device, you will need a USB OTG cable and a USB backboard for each sensor.
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Enabling digital stock monitoring in silos!

Looking for a contactless way to monitor fill level in your silos? With its 60 meter range and a narrow 2° Field of View - our long-range ToF distance sensor is ideal for continuous level sensing in taller and larger silos (e.g animal feed bins, grain storage silos, construction materials).

The compact design supports OEM and design-in projects, while the low power consumption is great for battery powered integrations.
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Frequently Asked Questions

Does it work outdoors?

Yes, it does, but its range and update rate can be affected by the environment. Please Contact us for a full test report.

Is it compatible with Pixhawk?

Yes, it does, please find the “Instruction manual for connection to Pixhawk Autopilots” in the downloads section of the product page.

What is the minimum/maximum working temperature for TeraRanger Evo ?

The generic operating temperatures for TeraRanger Evo distance sensors are from -10°C to 45°C. However, we have run the sensors in our climatic chamber at -20°C and up to 60°C without inducing failures. We are also aware of customers running the sensors in warm environments and we've never yet received feedback of adverse operation or failure. We always recommend our clients to run their own tests to determine suitability to their needs.

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