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HOKUYO UTM-30LX Robotics Laser, UTM-30LX


The HOKUYO UTM-30LX is a state of detection sensor specifically designed for intelligent robotics applications.

Suitable for robots with higher moving speed because of the longer range and fast response.

  • 30m and 270° scanning range.

  • Outdoor Environment


The Hokuyo UTM-30LX Scanning laser range finder is a compact, affordable and accurate laser scanner designed for robotic applications.

The UTM-30LX is able to report ranges from 20mm to 30m (30mm resolution) in a 240° arc (0.25° angular resolution).

Its power consumption, 12V, makes it the natural choice for battery operated vehicles.

  • 25ms per scan
  • Low power comsumption 8.4W
  • Power source 12Vdc @700ma
  • High accuracy ± 30mm
  • 240° Scanning area
  • High resolution 0.25°
  • Compact W:60, D:60, H87mm
  • Light weight 370g
  • USB 2.0 (Full Speed)
  • Range: 20 to 30,000mm


Model Number UTM-30LX
Power Source 12VDC±10% (Current consumptlon:Max:1A,Normal:0.7A)
Light source Semiconductor laser diode (λ=785nm) Laser safety Class 1 (FDA)
Detection Range 0.1 to 30m (White Square Kent Sheet 500mm or more), Max.60m 270°
Accuracy 0.1 to 10m:±30mm, 10 to 30m:±50mm*1
Angular Resolution 0.25° (360°/1,440 steps)
Scan Time 25msec/scan
Sound level Less than 25dB
Interface USB2.0 (Full Speed)
Synchronous output NPN open collector
Command system Exclusively designed command SCIP Ver.2.0
Connection Power and Synchronous output:2m flying lead wire USB:2m cable with type-A connector
Amblent(Temperature/Humidity) Halogen/mercury lamp:10,000lx or less, Florescent:6,000lx (Max)
Amblent (Temperature/Humidity) -10 to +50 degrees C, less than 85%RH (without dew and frost)
Vibration Resistance Double amplitude 1.5mm 10 to 55Hz, 2 hours each in X, Y and Z direction
Impact Resistance 196m/s2, 10 times in X, Y and Z direction
Weight Approx. 370g (with cable attachment)

*1 - This accuracy could be less reliable if the sensor receives strong light such as sun light directly in the outdoor environment.