Fiber Optic Temperature Sensors

High accuracy and repeatable optical temperature sensors for your needs.

Opsens Solutions’ fiber optic temperature sensors provide second to none performance to various industries.

Our applications include monitoring in Nuclear Magnetic Resonance imaging (NMR) and Radio Frequency (RF) energy environments.

These sensors are perfectly tailored for energy related applications with high voltage and Electromagnetic disturbances (EMI). They can also survive radiated environment and are immune to microwave energy.

These sensors may be used in broad range of applications: from cryogenic environment (such as superconducting magnet), to high temperature applications up to 350 Celsius.

Fiber Optic Temperature Sensors: OTG Series (SCBG)

OTG series fiber optics temperature sensors are designed for applications that require very focal temperature monitoring, fast response time and/or versatile sensor size packaging.

The Gallium Arsenide −  SCBG (Semiconductor Bandgap) technology OTG series optical sensor is available in diverse packaging. It is the smallest optical sensor in the industry with a dimension of 0.120mm OD offering a fast response time of less than 10ms. With an accuracy of ± 0.3°C and resolution of 0.01°C, it is designed to meet the requirements for the Life Sciences and medical industry. The OTG series with plug and play features offers high accuracy and resolution for any applications that requires long term reliability and stability.

Fiber Optic Temperature Sensors: OTP Series (WLPI)

OTP Fiber optics sensors are designed for applications that require the ability to monitor temperature and other parameters with one signal conditioner at the same time and high field MR environment of 3T and above.

The WLPI (White light interferometry) technology optical temperature sensor is highly robust, offers a resolution of 0.01°C the highest in the industry and an excellent accuracy of ± 0.15°C. Using the monocrystaline birefringence crystal as temperature transduction, The OTP series does not show thermal creeping or aging assuring long term reliability.

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