Ouster OS2 Long-Range LiDAR Sensor


Image quality point clouds in a sensor that enables real-world deployment of autonomous trucks, robotaxis, and shuttles.

Includes built-in IMU for SLAM algorithm support. Creates a uniformly spaced point cloud and pixel-aligned 2D near-infrared camera images for more efficient data processing, faster labelling, and streamlined algorithm application.



Vertical channels: 32, 64, 128
Vertical field of view: 22.5°
Vertical angular resolution: 0.36°-0.17°
Horizontal resolution: 512, 1024, or 2048
Horizontal field of view: 360°
Horizontal angular resolution: 0.18°
Maximum representable range: ~400m
Range (10% reflective target @ 90% detection prob.): 200m
Minimum range: 0.8m
Number of returns: 2 (strongest, second strongest)
Frame rate: 10 or 20 Hz
Precision: ±2 cm to ±8 cm
Points per second: up to 2,621,440
Near-IR ambient data



L3 chip
Ingress protection: IP68, IP69K
Time synchronisation: gPTP; PTP; $GPRMC
Weight: 1100g
Operating temperature: -20 to +65 ºC
Beam configuration options (64 channels only): uniform, gradient, above horizon, below horizon
Embedded IMU



Typical power consumption: 18-24W
Operating voltage: 12/24V


– Ouster OS2 REV7 Long-Range LiDAR Sensor (x1)
– Straight-angle 5m cable with interface box or pigtail termination (x1)
– 24V power adapter (x1)
– 2m CAT 6 ethernet cable (x1)
– Plug type I for China/AUS/NZ (x1)

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Ouster's longest range sensor ever

When equipped with the breakthrough L3 chip, the OS2 detects 10% reflective targets at 200m and boasts a maximum range beyond 400m.

Stunning point clouds

Up to 2.6M points per second for rich, detailed data. 128 channels standard. Dual returns at 1024×10 mode.

Ouster OS2 Long-Range LiDAR Sensor
Long range to fit your budget

Long range lidar has been too expensive for too long. The OS2’s simpler digital lidar architecture makes it less expensive to manufacture and less expensive to deploy on your fleet.

Embedded near-infrared camera

Our L3 chip represents a major upgrade to Ouster’s unique 2D camera data layer. Now you can run computer vision algorithms on 2D data that’s perfectly correlated with 3D lidar data, indoors and out.

OS2 64 channel beam configuration options

Ouster OS2 Long-Range LiDAR Sensor

Ouster OS2 LiDAR sensors are configured with the uniform beam configuration by default. Gradient, above horizon and below horizon beam configurations can be ordered at an additional fee. Please contact us for more information.



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