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Visit Micron Optics at IMAC 2016 – Booth #110

January 15th, 2016|

This month, Micron Optics will be exhibiting at the 34th edition of IMAC in Orlando, FL. Visit Micron Optics at Booth #110 to see our latest advances in the HYPERION product line (see below) and see a live demonstration of a customer’s patent pending lightweight launch vehicle system. Discover how researchers and industries are currently using fiber optic sensing solutions to solve challenging monitoring and dynamic structural behavioral problems. Learn the benefits and exciting breakthroughs [...]

The HYPERION product line continues to expand as Micron Optics releases new 40 configurations!

January 14th, 2016|

Micron Optics is pleased to announce several new features and configuration within the HYPERION product line of optical sensing interrogators.  The expanding capabilities and growing range of si155 and si255 models are helping to accurately measure more types of optical sensors in a wider variety of applications than ever before! All x55 HYPERION interrogators incorporate Micron Optics’ industry leading swept wavelength laser technology and features absolute wavelength calibration and high resolution spectral measurements.  From that [...]

Micron Optics Expands its HYPERION Platform With a Collection of 5kHz Scan Rate Interrogators

November 17th, 2015|

Micron Optics, Inc., a global leading innovator and provider of fiber optic sensing systems and tunable laser technology, proudly announces further expansion of its x55 HYPERION platform with the release of a collection of 5kHz scan rate interrogators. Available in 4, 8, and 16 channel 80nm configurations, these new high speed interrogators measure strain, acceleration, displacement and temperature sensors at speeds twice as fast as the closest full range WDM competitor, with a maximum sensor capacity up [...]

Micron Optics at Measuring by Light 2015

November 17th, 2015|

Next week, the second bi-yearly Measuring by Light 2015 conference will take place on November 18and 19 at Shell Rijswijk in The Netherlands in co-operation with Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Polytec GmbH, Polytec Benelux, Shell and TNO in Delft. The two-day international conference focuses on optical measurement techniques from a wide variety of fields while providing a platform, where both Industry and Academics can discuss on novel measurement techniques and solutions, bridging needs and requirements for both. [...]

Measuring Force During Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)

November 17th, 2015|

When we move, muscles contract and produce force. Neuroimagingsolutions, LLC has developed a system to measure force within magnetic resonance imaging and magnetoencephalography environments.  Most force sensors available on the market are made with metal, and are not compatible with these environments.  A particularly useful procedure is to measure force during functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) or other types of neuroimaging studies, so that one can quantify and measure functional brain activity of humans.  This [...]

Oil Pipeline Geotechnical Risk Monitoring Using FBG Sensors

October 28th, 2015|

A challenge that buried oil and gas pipelines often face is their susceptibility to accumulated strain, bending and possible rupture effects from soil movements and other geohazards. One example of a pipeline network currently combatting this issue is Ecopetrol in Columbia. In the spring of 2013, a system composed of Micron Optics fiber Bragg grating (FBG) strain sensors and several sm125 Optical Sensing Interrogators was installed by Salazar Ferro Ingenieros in order to provide early [...]

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