ToF sensor

VL53L5CX coding structure on STM32

Preface Unlike traditional IR sensors, the VL53L5CX utilizes ST’s latest generation of direct Time-of-Flight (ToF) technology, allowing for absolute distance measurement regardless of target color or reflectivity. It provides accurate ranging up to 400 cm and operates at high speed (60 Hz), making it the fastest multi-zone miniature ToF sensor available on the market. Hardware […]

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ST TOF Sesonr-VL53L5(Turnkey gesture)

Introduction The VL53L5CX system consists of a hardware module and an ULD software (VL53L5CX ULD) running on the host. The hardware module contains a Time-of-Flight (ToF) sensor. ST provides a software driver, referred to as the “driver” in this document, which describes the functions of the driver that the host can access. These functions control

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VL53L0X TOF Sensor Introduction

一、introduction 1、Principle We use a 940nm Vertical-Cavity Surface-Emitting Laser (VCSEL) to emit laser light, which reflects back when it hits an obstacle and is then received by the VL53L0X. The time it takes for the laser to travel in air is measured to obtain the distance. Knowledge about VCSEL. 2、Parameter 二、HW Connection layout, I2C lines

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AMS Time-of-Flight sensor ( TMF8801 )on STM32 -2

Preface The previous article mainly introduced the initialization and FactoryCalib of AMS TOF TMF8801. In this article, we will discuss how to obtain measurement information and the process. The following flowchart is mainly compiled by me based on the previous article’s flowchart. For those who are unclear, you can refer to this table and compare

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AMS Time-of-Flight sensor ( TMF8801 ) -1

Preface A time-of-flight camera (ToF camera) is a range imaging camera system employing time-of-flight techniques to resolve distance between the camera and the subject for each point of the image, by measuring the round trip time of an artificial light signal provided by a laser or an LED.We chose the SparkFun Qwiic Time-of-Flight Sensor TMF8801 module as the driving template, paired with

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