Distance Laser Measuring Module Time Of Flight Tof VL53L0X WAVGAT

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The VL53L0 is a tiny stand-alone lidar system that uses ST's FlightSense technology to accurately measure the time it takes for pulses from infrared laser light to reach the nearest object and be returned to a detector. Perfect for detecting hand movement, robot impact on a wall, or any other distance measurement. This sensor can detect how long it takes for light to bounce off the surface in front of it, allowing you to measure distances ranging from 30mm to 1.2m with a 5% accuracy.
The detection zone is much narrower than that of ultrasonic sensors, and unlike infrared sensors, it does not measure the quantity of reflected light, making it more accurate. The sensor can record distances up to 2m with a 1mm resolution, although the surrounding environment greatly influences its effective range and accuracy (noise), the target's properties (such as size and reflectivity), and the sensor configuration. Although the VL53L0X is a superior integrated circuit, its small lead-free LGA package makes it challenging to use. It operates at a recommended voltage of 2.8 V. This module resolves this issue by operating at 3.3 V or 5 V, enabling him to communicate with a variety of development boards, including the Arduino board.



  • Supply voltage: 3.3-5V DC
  • Signal voltage: 3.3-5V
  • Detection distance: 5-310cm (standard), 50-400cm (with optimal reflection)
  • Communication: I2C
  • Two 3mm mounting holes


Pinout of the Module:

  • VIN: 3.3-5V DC Input voltage
  • GND: Ground/min
  • SCL: I2C clock signal
  • SDA: I2C data signal
  • XSHUT: See datasheet for more information
  • GPIO1: See datasheet for more information

datasheetVL53L1X Datasheet


LibraryVL53L1X library for Arduino