CE376 - LiDAR
CE376 – micro LiDAR
The CE376 is the latest compact, eyesafe backscatter LiDAR, featuring outstanding performances for the automated continuous monitoring of aerosols.
It operates in the visible (green) and/or in the near infrared (NIR) with options for depolarization channels for enhanced aerosol characterization.
The rugged, fully integrated system operates without shutdown, any human attendance, authorization, nor maintenance. With its thermal enclosure, the LiDAR can withstand extreme environmental conditions.
The CE376 is particularly easy to install (indoor or outdoor), to transport and even to use onboard a vehicle or a plane.
It is therefore, the perfect solution to monitor industrial dust emissions, urban pollution, volcanic ashes, and all type of aerosol particles.
- Aerosol measurements up to 18 km by night time (9 km by day time)
- Very short blind zone (< 100 m) with an overlap from 1 km
- Real-time “quicklook” visualization
- Automatic extinction and backscattering profiles
- High stability and low maintenance
- Aerosol characterization for each layer and stratification analysis
- Planet Boundary Layer (PBL) detection
- Easy transportation : Outdoor / indoor / mobile operation
- 1 compact automatic aerosol LiDAR CE376
- 1 License of LiDAR control software on a USB key
Note 1: To be powered by mains.
Note 2: The telescope must be kept between +20°C and +30°C and may be installed within a thermal enclosure (not included).
Green laser: frequency doubled Nd:YAG
NIR laser: pulsed laser diode
Green laser: 532 nm
NIR laser <850 nm
Green laser: 5-10 µJ
NIR laser: 3-5 µJ
|Repetition rate||4.7 kHz|
For Green laser < 15 ns
For IR < 200 ns
|Telescope diameter||100 mm for both emission and reception|
|Effective focal length||200 mm|
|Total beam divergence||Emission: 100 µrad, Reception : 200 µrad|
|Detector type||APD QE 55% / 70%|
|Voltage and power||110-230 V, <300 W Automatic switching|
|Data acquisition mode||Photon counting.
Data transfer to PC : USB over RJ45/CAT5 cable
|Data counting rate||25 Mc/s|
|Electronic range resolution||15 m gates|
|Electronic range||From 100 m up to 30 km (2048 gates).|
|Data transfer to PC||USB or Ethernet|
|Molecular detection** range in typical conditions (AOD @532nm 0.02) with 10 min averaging||By night time: 18 km
By day time: 9 km
|PR² / Ln(PR²) data (after instrumental corrections)||Yes|
|Stratification analysis||Yes: aerosols, boundary layers, clouds|
|Extinction & backscatter coefficients||Yes (with additional data : AOD or LiDAR Ratio)|
|Operation temperature||+15°C to +30°C without thermal enclosure -20°C to +45°C with thermal enclosure|
|Humidity||5-75% without thermal enclosure 0-100% with thermal enclosure|
|LiDAR size||L 650 mm x W 450 mm x H 710 mm|
|LiDAR weight||35 kg|
|CE376-GP||Green with depolarization||information on the presence of aspherical particles (ashes, sand, cirruses) in each layer|
|CE376-GN||Green + NIR||Information on the particle size in each layer|
|CE376-GPN||Green with depolarization + NIR||information on the presence of aspherical particles (ashes, sand, cirruses) in each layer|
** Molecular detection range
Defined, in the absence of clouds, as the distance up to which the molecular signal (of atmospheric gases) can be measured (with a signal to noise ratio superior to 1).
Aerosols and especially clouds (like cirruses) are detected well above this range (depending on their local concentration).