Lidar (also called LIDAR, LiDAR, and LADAR) is a surveying method that measures distance to a target with pulsed laser light and measuring the reflected pulses with a sensor. Lidar is also a kind of sensor in general. Other sensors include camera, ultrasonic, infrared, millimeter wave radar and so on. Its greatest feature is that it can generate three-dimensional position information, that is, it can quickly determine the position, size, external shape and even material of the object, and obtain data and generate accurate digital models. In the process of a series of operations, electrical slip rings are used as intermediate parts to transmit power and signal in 360° rotation.
In the system of radar lasers, the slip ring operates to help determine classification and tracking. Also, the high precision, equipped with a reliable performance, can help the lidar detect a much longer distance. Moreover, it has a high detection precision, and sensitive responses that is free from the impact of light. Additionally, a reasonable rotating speed of the lidar slip ring adapts itself to the domes to recognize the static or slowly moved objects.
● Many circuits
● Compact size
● High-precision rotating transmission
● Stable contact