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LiDAR Depth Camera L515
L515 technology-based depth camera from Intel® RealSense™ is smaller than a tennis ball and weighs less than 3.5 ounces
Intel RealSense’s L515 is a type of solid state LiDAR technology-based depth camera. It uses LiDAR technology to scan a full scene allowing it to provide a point cloud with up to 23 million points of accurate depth data per second. It delivers consistent high depth accuracy throughout the supported range of the camera starting at 25 cm up to 9 meters. The accuracy of the L515 within its operational range is less than 20 mm Z error at maximum range. With an internal vision processor, L515 achieves motion blur artifact reduction by an exposure time of less than 100 ns (nanoseconds), ideal for capturing rapidly moving objects with minimal motion blur. Additionally, the 4 ms photon to depth latency allows real-time applications such as autonomous navigation. An RGB camera, gyroscope, and accelerometer round out the capabilities of the device for high-quality performance and use case flexibility.
Smaller than a tennis ball, the Intel RealSense LiDAR Camera L515 has a diameter of 61 mm and is 26 mm in height. Weighing in at around 100 g (3.5 oz), it is designed to be easily situated on any prototype or attached to a tablet or phone for use in handheld room scanning or volumetric measurement applications.
The L515 uses the same open source Intel RealSense SDK 2.0 as all other current-generation Intel RealSense Depth Cameras, which is platform independent, supporting Windows, Linux®, Android™, and macOS. This includes wrappers for many common platforms, languages and engines, including Python, ROS, C/C++, C#, Unity, Unreal, OpenNI, and NodeJS, with more being added constantly.
Power Efficient High Resolution
The L515 uses a proprietary MEMS mirror scanning technology, enabling better laser power efficiency compared to other time-of-flight technologies. With less than 3.5 W power consumption for depth streaming, the Intel RealSense LiDAR camera L515 is a power-efficient, hi-res LiDAR camera.
Build Once, Deploy to Any Device
With many different depth and tracking products joining the Intel RealSense family, Intel recognized that users would always want to be able to easily upgrade from one generation or product line to the next. The Intel RealSense SDK 2.0 is designed to allow seamless transitions, no matter which device users start working with or which device is perfect for their project.
- Depth FOV (field of view): (H × V) 70°±2° x 55°±2°
- Depth resolution: Up to 1024 x 768 depth resolution (XGA resolution)
- Depth frame rate: 30 frames per second
- RGB frame rate: 30 frames per second
- RGB resolution: Up to 1920 x 1080 RGB resolution
- RGB FOV: (H x V) 70° ±3° x 43° ±2°
- Use environment: Indoor
- Inertial measurement unit: Bosch BMI085
- Range: From 25 cm to 9 m range
- Connection type: USB-C® 3.1 gen 1 connection
- Dimensions: 61 mm diameter x 26 mm height
- Mounting: Two M3 x 0.5 mounting points and one 1/4 20 UNC thread mounting point