Luxonis OAK-D Lite Camera “A00483”

12,000.00 EGP

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Combines high performance and economy, providing all the superpowers offered by RVC2 core and DepthAI API in an affordable package. Won AI and Vision Alliance’s Best camera award in 2022.

  • 4 TOPS of processing power
  • 13 MP central RGB camera available in auto-focus and fixed-focus variants
  • BMI270 IMU, 6-axis sensor combining accelerometer and gyroscope
  • USB2 / USB3 for power delivery and communication

OAK-D Lite : is the ultimate camera for robotic vision that perceives the world like a human by combining stereo depth camera and high-resolution color camera with an on-device Neural Network inferencing and Computer Vision capabilities. It uses USB-C for both power and USB3 connectivity.


Hardware Specifications

This OAK camera uses USB-C cable for communication and power. It supports both USB2 and USB3 (5Gbps / 10Gbps).

RVC2 inside

This OAK device is built on top of the RVC2. Main features:

OAK-D vs OAK-D-Lite

OAK-D-Lite is smaller, lighter and uses less power; compared to OAK-D. The main differences are:

  • Mono cameras have lower resolution (640×480 instead of 1280×800)
  • Initial versions of OAK-D-Lites (KickStarter batch) had no IMU. Current batches have BMI270.
  • There is no power jack, as most users just used the USB-C for power delivery, which provides 900mA at 5V and is enough for most use-cases. However some functions (e.g. inference, video encoding) can lead to large current spikes, so there is a chance hosts like RPi won’t be able to provide enough power. In that case, you should use Y-adapter.

Additionally, the more technical differences are the following:

  • Robotics Vision Core 2 chip-down design, instead of connecting the OAK-SoM to the baseboard (like it is done on OAK-D)
  • In collaboration with ArduCam, we developed custom camera sensor connectors, which are shorter and take up less space

Fixed-focus vs Auto-focus

When ordering the OAK-D-Lite, you can select whether you want Fixed-focus (FF) or Auto-focus (AF) on the color camera. You should select FF if you are mounting OAK camera to something that vibrates. You should select AF when you need things closer than ~50cm to be in focus. More information can be found at Auto-Focus vs Fixed-Focus.

Dimensions and Weight

  • Width: 91 mm
  • Height: 28 mm
  • Length: 17.5 mm
  • Baseline: 75 mm
  • Weight: 61 g


Stereo depth perception

This OAK camera has a baseline of 7.5cm – the distance between the left and the right stereo camera. Minimal and maximal depth perception (MinZ and Max) depends on camera FOV, resolution, and baseline – more information here.

Extended means that Stereo Depth node has Extended disparity mode enabled.


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Main Features:

Camera module specifications

Camera Specs Color camera Stereo pair
Sensor IMX214 (PY014 AF, PY114 FF) OV7251 (PY013)
DFOV / HFOV / VFOV 81° / 69° / 54° 86° / 73° / 58°
Resolution 13MP (4208×3120) 480P (640×480)
Focus AF: 8cm – ∞ OR FF: 50cm – ∞ Fixed-Focus 6.5cm – ∞
Max Framerate 35 FPS 120 FPS
F-number 2.2 ± 5% 2.0 ± 5%
Lens size 1/3.1 inch 1/7 inch
Effective Focal Length 3.37mm 1.3mm
Pixel size 1.12µm x 1.12µm 3µm x 3µm




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