The DJI Zenmuse L2, featured in our online store, represents a groundbreaking entry into the LiDAR scanning market, showcasing enhanced laser scanning capabilities and heightened accuracy. With an effective point rate of 240,000 points per second and a 20MP, 4/3 inch CMOS sensor, this aerial LiDAR system is tailored for use with the DJI Matrice 300 and 350 RTK. Achieving 4cm vertical and 5cm horizontal accuracy, the Zenmuse L2 employs GNSS and precision-engineered IMU for exceptional data collection results. Noteworthy is its ability to survey an expansive 2.5km-squared area in a single flight, demonstrating not just robustness but remarkable efficiency. Crafted with an IP54 rating, the advanced LiDAR system withstands challenging conditions, ensuring reliability and performance beyond expectations. Whether navigating complex terrains or undertaking extensive surveying projects, the Zenmuse L2 stands as an unwavering ally, transforming operational challenges into seamless executions. With the capability to detect from 250 to 450 meters and a refined spot size, this LiDAR system excels in penetrating dense foliage and creating precise digital elevation models. Explore the power of precision and efficiency with the Zenmuse L2, your partner for intricate and expansive data collection endeavors, available for purchase in our online store. L2 vs L1
L2 provides significant upgrades for surveying
The L2 is an upgraded version of the L1. Key upgrades include:
More Efficient Payload: Does not require 5-10 minute period for IMU warm up, which is needed when using the L1.
Accuracy At Speed: Accurately capture data at 15 m/s flight speed. Recommended flight speed for L1 is aroud 8 to 13 m/s.
Improved Return Pulse: L2’s maximum return pulse is Penta, as opposed to L1’s Triple return, resulting in improved ability to scan through areas of vegetation and capture complex structures.
Higher Sampling Rates: Higher sampling rates compatible with higher returns: L2’s pulse rate is 240 kHz with 5 returns, L1 achieves 160kHz with Triple-echo mode.
Increased Accuracy: Greater absolute accuracy compared to the L1 sensor.
Denser Point Clouds: The ground point density of the L2 is more than 3 times that of the L1.
Upgraded RGB Sensor: L2 has a 4/3 CMOS sensor and 0.7s shooting interval, compared to L1’s 1-inch sensor and 2 second (minimum) shooting interval.