Optical Temperature Sensors

We would like to introduce another new product – Optical temperature sensors.

These point temperature sensors are based on FBG (Fiber Bragg Grating) structures and you can use them to measure the temperature of gaseous, liquid and solid substances. They are fully dielectric so they are suitable for specialized measurements in highly electromagnetically disturbed enviroments. The maximum temperature range is -50 to 200 °C.

Optical temperature sensors

Optical temperature sensors find applications in the following areas:

  • Advanced industrial applications.
  • Power industry (temperature measurement of transformer windings, electric motors, etc.)
  • Automotive (temperature measurement of charging stations, batteries).
  • Avionics, aerospace.

Advantages of Optical Temperature Sensors

  • Long-term stability, accuracy and repeatability of measurements.
  • Measurement accuracy linear over the entire range of measured temperatures.
  • Large dynamic range, sensors can be located up to several kilometers from the evaluation unit.
  • Completely dielectric sensor – galvanic isolation of the measuring point with the evaluation electronics.
  • Immune to electromagnetic radiation.

In cooperation with NETWORK GROUP, we presented this new product in action at the HANNOVER MESSE 2023. See how the measurement is carried out and how the results are recorded.

Optical temperature sensors

Watch the Optical Temperature Sensors in action here.

This article was originally published by SENSIT s.r.o.

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