Dragino Microwave Radar Distance

  • LoRaWAN microwave radar technology
  • Distance detection capability
  • Wireless communication protocol
  • Low power consumption
  • Compact and durable design

The Dragino LMDS200 is a LoRaWAN Microwave Radar distance sensor. It uses 24Ghz Microwave to detect the distance between the sensor and different objects. Compare vs the ultrasonic or Lidar measurement method, Microwave Radar is more reliable for condensation / dusty environments. It can sense the correct distance even there is water or thick dust on top of the sensor.

The LMDS200 can be applied to scenarios such as horizontal distance measurement, parking management system, object proximity and presence detection, intelligent trash can management system, robot obstacle avoidance, automatic control, sewer, etc.

LMDS200 can measure two distances: the closest object and the next object behind the closest one.

LMDS200 supports the Alarm Feature, the user can set the LMDS200 to uplink data in a short interval when the distance is out of configured range.

The LoRa wireless technology used in LMDS200 allows devices to send data and reach extremely long ranges at low data-rates. It provides ultra-long range spread spectrum communication and high interference immunity whilst minimizing current consumption.

LMDS200 is powered by an 8500mAh Li-SOCI2 battery, it is designed for long term use up to 5 years.

Use Case Applications:

  • Smart Parking: The LMDS200 can be used to detect the presence of vehicles in parking spaces, allowing for real-time monitoring of parking availability and occupancy. This can be particularly useful in busy urban areas where parking is limited.
  • Industrial Automation: The LMDS200 can be used to detect the presence of objects on a production line, allowing for automated sorting and processing of materials. This can help to improve efficiency and reduce labor costs in manufacturing and logistics operations.
  • Security and Surveillance: The LMDS200 can be used to detect the presence of intruders or unauthorized vehicles in restricted areas, providing an additional layer of security for businesses and organizations. This can be particularly useful in high-security environments such as airports, military bases, and government facilities.