Cost-effective, Industrial-grade LiDAR

From $599

Mid Mapping Demo
The Livox Mid-40 LiDAR sensor is incredibly cost effective. It detects objects as far as 260 meters away [1] and uses an advanced non-repetitive scanning pattern to deliver highly accurate details in the FOV. A compact body enables users to easily embed units into existing designs for greater flexibility and performance. The Mid-40 has been mass-produced and is ready to ship immediately to facilitate uses in autonomous driving, robotics, mapping, security, and other areas from small batch testing to large-scale applications.
  • 260 m

    Detection Range

  • Circular 38.4°

    FOV

  • 100,000 pts/s

    Point Rate

  • 2 cm

    Range Precision

  • 0.05°

    Angular Precision

  • -20°C~65°C

    Temperature Range

Application Scenarios

Mobile Robotics

Intra-Logistics

Security

Mapping

V2X

Non-repetitive Scanning Patterns

Livox LiDAR features non-repetitive scanning patterns which the areas scanned inside the FOV grow the longer the integration time, increasing the likelihood of objects and other details within the FOV being detected. The Mid-40 is equivalent to the 32-line product when the integration time is 0.1s. With an intergration time of 0.5s, the coverage performance is equivalent to the 64-line product. As integration time increases, the FOV coverage will approach 100%.
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Long Range, High Precision

The Mid series features advanced optical design to reliably detect objects within a 260-meter range. The Mid-40 has a sample rate of 100,000 points per second and a random angular accuracy of less than 0.05°. The circular FOV of the Mid-40 is 38.4°, while the Mid-100—a combination of three Mid-40 sensors—has an expanded circular FOV of 98.4°.

Mid-40
Mid-100

Secret to High Performance-to-Price Ratio

Mass Production

Mass Production

The Mid-40 and Mid-100 LiDAR sensors adopt an innovative optoelectronic system design with rotation-free photoelectric components that result in better performance and higher reliability. The Mid series LiDAR sensors are capable of operating in a temperature range of -20 ° to 65 °C. Even in 100 klx lighting conditions, the false alarm rate is still less than one in ten thousand. The 905nm laser power also meets eye safety standards (Class 1).

High Reliability

High Reliability

The Mid-40 and Mid-100 LiDAR sensors adopt an innovative optoelectronic system design with rotation-free photoelectric components that result in better performance and higher reliability. The Mid series LiDAR sensors are capable of operating in a temperature range of -20 ° to 65 °C. Even in 100 klx lighting conditions, the false alarm rate is still less than one in ten thousand. The 905nm laser power also meets eye safety standards (Class 1).

Cost Effective

Cost Effective

Instead of using expensive laser emitters or immature MEMS scanners, the Mid-40 and Mid-100 adopt low-cost semiconductor components for light generation and detection. The entire optical system, including the scanning units, uses proven and readily available optical components such as those employed in the optical lens industry. All of these factors contribute to an accessible price point of just $599 for a single Mid-40 unit.

Mid-40/Mid-100

From $599

Note 1: Pricing is subject to DDP term.

Note 2: Measured in an environment of 25°C with the laser aimed directly at the target.

Note 3: Measured in an environment of 25°C with a target object 20 meters away and a reflectivity of 80%.