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The product scans the room at 5 x 360°/sec for distance information.
When the laser strikes the obstacle, a spot will form in the sensor.
The image sensor calculates the distance to the center of the sensor based on the number of pixels in the spot.
Compatibility: Alternate for Roborock robot LDS sensors only.
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roborock S55 S50 Laser Ranging Module from Xiaomi youpin Specifications
|Package Contents||1 x Laser Ranging Module|
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|Package weight||0.2000 kg|
|Product weight||0.1200 kg|
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roborock S55 S50 Laser Ranging Module from Xiaomi youpin Review
Roomba S55 Review~ The Roomba S55 is one of the most expensive robotic vacuum available right now. It costs about $550, and has a pretty decent suction.
Roomba’s engineers have addressed this by improving the motor, a significant upgrade that I feel has been welcomed.
This upgrade is particularly important when it comes to carpet cleaning because it has more airflow and will have a better surface to work on.
Watch this video to see what I mean…
It does have a motorized brush, which is an important improvement that made it so effective on hardwood.
Let’s dive in…
Here’s how the Roomba S55 navigates…
It uses a V-shaped brush design that is designed to pick up larger bits of dirt like pet hair. It is the same one found in the Roomba 980 and Neato BotVac Connected.
What this means is it will be as efficient as it gets. And if it has a narrow opening, it will pick up a lot.
Another upgrade from the past
Roomba has addressed this by upgrading the navigation.
The biggest upgrade from the previous generation is the addition of the camera.
This upgrade will allow the robot to track its location on a map, even when it’s not cleaning a particular room.
It does not have any camera, but it has all the sensors you need to know its position.
In case you’re wondering, I’m not a map developer. I mean I don’t have the ability to tell where I’m at, but using this device does allow me to track my location (with the camera) and even schedule when I’m at the same place for that specific day.
Can this really save the world?
It does seem like a really powerful upgrade from the previous generation robots.
Roomba relies on a back-and-forth motion sensor that will detect obstacles and go in a back and forth pattern.
But, this does not mean that it cannot clean a room, especially one that you live in.
Roomba 980 vs. Roomba 960
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If you look at the Roomba 960, it has a camera on top. This sensor captures a series of three images to help it plan its cleaning path.
It also counts with a map, which is helpful when it comes to cleaning a particular area.
When you look at the map, you can see that it does a pretty good job of finding its way around the map.
It also counts with a camera and the real-time map updates that helps you track its location.
This upgrade also gives it more options to do surface cleaning such as bumping into objects.
The Roomba 980 represents the next generation of robotic vacuums that utilizes a camera and a camera-like navigation. This upgrade makes it a better option for homes with hardwood or carpet.
What are the downsides?
The biggest issue would be the size of the bin. There are a few parts that are hard to access.
For instance, the main cleaning head that holds the dust bin is slightly too small. So you’ll have to empty the bin closer to the crown than the robot will reach.
Another downside would be the price. This is
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