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Fiber optic sensors have an important advantage in answering such questions. In addition to providing absolute measurement, low loss, high bandwidth and excellent resolution and range, fiber optic sensors are immune to electromagnetic interference. Only non-conductive optical fibers run to and from the sensors. Fiber Bragg Grating (FBG) based strain gauges, temperature gauges, and accelerometers perform flawlessly within these strong electromagnetic fields. In addition, networks of hundreds of fiber optic sensors can be monitored with just one interrogation instrument, providing feedback to control systems and warnings of impending failures to engineers.
The Micron Optics sensing product portfolio includes a complete line of FBG optical sensors, laser-based measurement instrumentation, and ENLIGHT sensor system software with which sensor data can be collected, analyzed, and acted upon. Each product is thoroughly tested to applicable industry standards, ensuring reliable operation over the lifetime of the product.
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