Fiber Optic Sensors
Fiber optic sensors allow easy installation in limited spaces, such as in places between machines, as well as the detection of extremely small objects. Fiber optic sensors are immune to electrical noise. Heat resistant fibers allow detection in high temperature environments.
Fiber Optic Sensing type
Fiber Optic Sensing are distinguished by the measurement of different types of magnitudes:
- Pressure (mini)
- Universal conditioner
The DiTeSt SMARTprofile combined strain and temperature sensors are designed for distributed deformation (average strain) and temperature monitoring over long distances, using BOTDR / BOTDA (Brillouin scattering) technologies.
The DiTemp Medium Temperature Sensing cable is a small fiber optic cable, armored with stainless steel loose tube gel filled, stainless steel strength members and TPE outer sheath. The central loose tube, with optimized fiber excess length, is hermetically sealed and contains 2 mid temperature dual layer acrylate fibers for increased micro bending performance.
The DiTemp Reading Unite is used in a wide range of applications that require distributed temperature sensing, such as temperature monitoring of concrete in massive structures, leakage detection of pipelines, seepage monitoring in dams and levees, waste disposal sites, smart buildings, just to name a few.