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Dolphin D5 lite, a 3D-LiDAR scanner with 76m depth range

Dolphin D5 lite, a 3D-LiDAR scanner with 76m depth range

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  • 76M Single Photon Sensitivity
  • 60 degrees Horizonal Wide Angle
  • Easy to Carry Handheld Scanner
  • Low Power Consumption
  • USB 3.1 Drivable
  • Class 1 Eye-Safety (C6=1)

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Revolutionizing LiDAR Techniques

Dolphin's 3D-LiDAR, the world-first long-range 3D-LiDAR powered by USB based on our innovative magnetically resonant actuator, offers wide-angle scanning function at eceptional low power cnsumption with only 2.5 Watt.

With the most strict laser eye-safety criterion and 100Klux sunlight immunity, it operates at only 5V power supply, 18,000rpm high-speed for horizonal scan, and only weights 457g, which revolutionizing 3D environment perceptions extending from ground to sky.

What Makes Dolphin LiDAR So Special?

The 3D-LiDAR equipped with the pioneering bi-directional high-speed scanning technology

A single 3D-LiDAR device, achieves 16 to 256 layers.

  • H60xV34 degrees, wide scanning FOV angle
  • 76 meters, single photon sensitivity
  • 25 meters, human outline perception
  • 2.5 Watts, ultra-low power consumption
  • 457 gram, light weight for large-scale detection
  • Class I@C6=1, the most trustable laser eye-safety criterion
  • 100Klux, robust sunlight immunity

The cutting-edge magnetically resonant actuator, with extreme large-angle and high reliability

  • The breakthrough of extremely large scanning angle dramatically reduces quantity of electrical and optical components to be just 1%, making high-definition LiDAR personally affordable.
  • Stably drive a large scanning mirror at ONLY 5V power supply, but reach speed as high as 18,000rpm.
  • From proof-of-concept to manufacturing, we involved in every details of development, ensuring top-quality in mass production.

Portability, Affordability, and Univeral Industrial Design

  • Introducing a true lightweight 3D-LiDAR, ideal for palm-sized drones, The LiDAR module weighs just 240g, but supports all the LiDAR functions.
  • Featured ultra-low power consumption only at 2.5Watt.
  • Our overall energy-saving product design bridges your understanding of 3D reality from ground to sky, unlocking boundless imagination.

Dolphin's Product Merits

Featured Specs

Distance Range:

Up to 76m

Imaging Quality:

Up to 25m(Human Outline)

Scan FOV (Degree):


Vertical Layers:

Adjustable Layers from 16-256

Scanning Frame Rate:

2.8-12Hz Adjustable

Depth Resolution:

Typically, 1cm

Measurement Accuracy:


Anti-Ambient Light:


Power Consumption:

Typ. 2.5W

Product Size:





Q:What do the colors in the Dolphin Lab distance map represent?

A:In Dolphin Lab, the colors in the distance map represent the distance intormation of different points on objects.

Q:Does the D5 Lite support intensity information?

A:D5 Lite does not support intensity information.

Q:Compared to other LiDAR devices, why is it more suitable tor consumer applications?

A:D5 Lite is more suitable for consumer applications because it adopts the most stringent parameter class 1@c6=1 for the safety of human eyes.

Q:What format does the output point cloud data of D5 Lite have? 

A:Of course. The saved file format can be selected from .PLY, .STL,and .XYZ.

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Replying to J Dunbar

Almost all CAD applications support import of industry standard pointcloud formats. Since this D5 unit is outputting some of these (stl & xyz) then yea it is expected that you should have no problems with importing a point cloud into your cad app.

The part where you build the structure in 3d or 2d or 2d/3d hybrid and make floor plans is of coarse something you will have to do yourself in your car app, referencing the pointcloud data that you import from your D5.

Keep in mind that this device (which looks awesome and I’m going to purchase soon) probably doesn’t have advanced features of very expensive scanners like GPS and tagging, so you will have to manually combine your point clouds if you have multiple scans.

And again, point clouds are not models, they are coordinates (data) which you can use as a visual reference to model/draw the environment that you scanned.

Hope that helps.


Hi, can I convert this to CAD for indoor floor plans?