Affordable RGB-D Camera for Obstacle Avoidance

Meet the MRDVS S series – an industrial robot cameras tailored for cost-effective mobile robot obstacle avoidance sensor. It offers a wider field of view and enhanced environmental perception, delivering a robust solution for obstacle avoidance in mobile robot applications.

120g Lightweight Body

FOV 90° × 70°

Obstacle Avoidance

Algorithm Integrated

Ethernet & I/O communication


120g Lightweight body
I/O communication
320 x 240 ToF resolution
Sony IMX570 sensor
I/O Communication
320 x 240 resolution

Difference between Models

Model S2 Max S2
Illumination 940 nm VCSEL 940 nm VCSEL
Output Depth/RGB/IR amplitude maps Depth/RGB/IR amplitude maps
Depth Resolution (H × V) 320 × 240 px 320 × 240 px
Depth Frame Rate Max. 15 fps, typically 12 fps Max. 15 fps, typically 13 fps
Depth FoV (H × V) 81° × 61° 87° × 67°
RGB Resolution (H × V) 1920 × 1080 px 1920 × 1080 px
RGB Frame Rate Max. 15 fps, typical 12 fps Max. 15 fps, typical 13 fps
RGB FoV (H × V) 88° × 56° 85° × 55°
RGB Shutter Type Rolling Shutter Rolling Shutter
Working Range 0.2 m ~ 5 m 0.2 m ~ 3 m
Accuracy ±3 mm + 0.5% × depth ±20 mm + 1.5% × depth
Power Consumption 6.4 W 3 W
Dimensions (L × W × H) 92 mm × 47 mm × 51 mm 80 mm × 25 mm × 38 mm
Weight 449 g 122 g
Power Supply 24 V DC / 2 A 24 V DC / 2 A
Data Communication Gigabit Ethernet & 4 channels I/O* 100M Ethernet & 4 channels I/O*
Enclosure Rating IP67 IP42
Operating Temperature -20 °C ~ 60 °C -20 °C ~ 60 °C
Storage Temperature -25 °C ~ 85 °C -25 °C ~ 85 °C
Programming / SDK C / C++ / ROS / ROS2 SDK C / C++ / ROS / ROS2 SDK
Operating System ARM Linux (AArch64), Linux (x86_64), Windows 7 / 8 / 10 / 11 ARM Linux (AArch64), Linux (x86_64), Windows 7 / 8 / 10 / 11

* 4 channels I/O includes 2 isolated inputs and 2 isolated outputs.

Input the Distance from the camera to the object

You Will Get the Coverage Area

Input the Distance from the camera to the object

S Series Highlights

3d obstacle avoidance

Deployable Obstacle Avoidance Algorithm

Meticulously developed algorithms for obstacle avoidance in navigation robot applications are designed to seamlessly adapt to various AGV installation points, including on or atop the AGV. These algorithms effectively navigate obstacle detection sensors from elevated positions. Through the fusion of RGB-D camera and depth data, the system enables semantic understanding, allowing for the intelligent identification of specific categories like people or goods. MRDVS’s robust collision avoidance solution is readily available to robotics cam users, and can be tried out in just minutes.

User-Defined Obstacle Avoidance Parameters for AMR

Users have the flexibility to define obstacle avoidance settings for the Autonomous Mobile Robot(AMR), allowing dynamic adjustments in different zones. Dynamic sensing include warning, alarm, and shielding distances, as well as left and right detection zones and height ranges. This user-driven adaptability ensures the AMR’s responsive and efficient obstacle avoidance system during motion.

Product Archive S Series
Product Archive S Series

Ethernet & I/O Integration for Data Transmission

Through the Ethernet communication interface, depth data, RGB data, and amplitude map data can be transmitted. The S series also facilitates I/O communication for easy obstacle status output using distinct values of 0, 1, 2. (Value 0 indicates normal, no obstacles; Value 1 indicates obstacle detection in the warning zone; Value 2 indicates obstacle detection in the alarm zone.)

Multi-camera Interference Avoidance

The S series ensures synchronized operation of multiple cameras within the same application, irrespective of their network positions. Multi-camera systems might be essential for capturing expansive objects, entire scenes, or dynamic subjects like AGVs in a warehouse setting.

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Product Archive S Series

Robust Light Variability

The S series operates effortlessly with 940 nm wavelength illumination, utilizing its emitted light for precise distance measurement outdoors, even under sunlight. Its excellence extends beyond daylight, performing effectively in darkness as well. This is achieved through its active depth camera employing the pulse indirect Time-of-Flight (ToF) principle. 


Easy 3D Controls

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LxCamera SDK is a C/C++ software development package.  Compatible with Windows, Linux, and ARM-Linux ROS operating systems, LxCamera SDK provides developers with a variety of user-friendly APIs and straightforward example programs.

Ready-in-Use Solution

3D Obstacle Avoidance

MRDVS enhances robot navigation with advanced obstacle avoidance using RGB-D ToF camera S series.

More about The S Series

All S Series Models


The S2, features a 320 x 240 depth sensor and a 1920 x 1080 RGB sensor, providing detailed environmental mapping. 

Important Notice:

Please be advised that the S2 model will reach its end of life in December 2024. The new S3 model will be launched to replace the S2. We encourage all users to transition to the S3 for continued support and enhanced features.

The S2 Max, featuring the advanced Sony IMX570 iToF sensor and RGB-D imaging, offers a depth resolution of 320×240 at up to 15fps and a comprehensive field of view of 81° x 61°. 

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