Evelta VL53L1X ToF Distance Sensor Breakout - 4 Meter

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This Evelta Distance Sensor Breakout utilizes the VL53L1X next generation ToF (Time of Flight) sensor module. The VL53L1X is a state-of-the-art, Time-of-Flight (ToF), laser-ranging sensor, enhancing the ST FlightSense product family. It is the fastest miniature ToF sensor on the market with accurate ranging up to 4 m and fast ranging frequency up to 50 Hz VL53L1X_web.jpgHoused in a miniature and reflowable package, it integrates a SPAD receiving array, a 940 nm invisible Class1 laser emitter, physical infrared filters, and optics to achieve the best ranging performance in various ambient lighting conditions with a range of cover window options. Unlike conventional IR sensors, the VL53L1X uses ST’s latest generation ToF technology which allows absolute distance measurement whatever the target color and reflectance.

The I2C address of the VL53L1X is 0x29 and is hardware defined. A multiplexer/Mux is required to communicate to multiple VL53L1X sensors on a single bus. If you need to use more than one VL53L1X sensor.


Board Dimensions

VL53L1X ToF Distance Sensor Arduino Connection

Extra Information

Operating Voltage:
Power Consumption:
20 mW @10Hz
Measurement Range:
~40mm to 4,000mm
Light Source:
Class 1 940nm VCSEL
I2C Address:
Field of View:
15~27 degree
Max Read Rate:

Warranty Information

All the products supplied by Evelta are genuine and original. We offer 14 days replacement warranty in case of manufacturing defects. For more details, please visit our cancellation and returns page.

1 Reviews

  • Posted by naveen p on 3rd Oct 2021


    Working as expected

    I was skeptical buying EVE-VL53L1X breakout board which is similar to the Sparkfun board. After I received the board, I followed the instructions from the user guide and in not time I AM ABLE TO SEE THE SENSOR FUNCTIONALITY. Even though is it bit costly but definitely recommend this sensor for experimentation and learning purpose. Evelta, Please upload the original board pictures instead 3-D generated image if users wants to get the idea how the board looks like.