The Leddar M16-LED is the proven workhorse that customers have come to value for its versatility and reliability. LED light source wide beam illumination for ranges up to 100m with six different field of view configurations. With no moving parts it is both robust and cost-effective making it an ideal sensor for a variety of applications.
Packaged in a compact lightweight form factor, with solid state 2D flash illumination and 16 independent active elements. The M16-LED is also easy to integrate and comes with software development kit, Leddar Enabler SDK with user friendly API with C libraries and code examples.
The LeddarTech M16-LED is CE marked to provide assurance that it meets all required European legislation.
Available in a variety of configurations for a wide range of fields of view and range. Speak to us for further information on the right sensor for your requirements.
- Reliable, even in harsh conditions
- No moving parts, therefore robust
- Wide operating temperature range
- Low power consumption
- Easy to integrate
- Dimensions: 66mm x 104mm x 47mm
- Weight: 210 – 295grammes
Most popular variants
Leddar M16 multi-element sensing module – LED 9° x 1.6°
Leddar M16 multi-element sensing module – LED 19° x 3°
Leddar M16 multi-element sensing module – LED 25° x 4°
Leddar M16 multi-element sensing module – LED 36° x 5°
Leddar M16 multi-element sensing module – LED 48° x 6°
Leddar M16 multi-element sensing module – LED 100° x 8°
M16 Starter Kit, includes: Bracket, 24VDC power supply, connector and cables, green connector (screw connection)
Price indication £
(Relative to range of scanners available from Mapix technologies)
Downloads and Media
M16-LED specification sheet
Autonomous shuttles, 2D flash LiDAR for blind spots. Download the application note
Case study: Grampian Transport Museum
Mapix technologies team developed an application for the autonomous car exhibition at Grampian Transport Museum. Using a LeddarTech M16-LED a simple demo showed how an autonomous vehicle detects a pedestrian and then determines the safest course of action. Read more about this project here.