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Fabry Perot Accelerometer | os7500

The os7500 is a fiber optic accelerometer based on patented Fabry-Perot (FP) technology. Combined with Micron Optics HYPERION instrument platform, the os7500 offers unmatched multiplexing capabilities with other FP and FBG sensors.

 

 

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Product Description

The os7500 is a fiber optic accelerometer based on patented Fabry-Perot (FP) technology. Combined with Micron Optics HYPERION instrument platform, the os7500 offers unmatched multiplexing capabilities with other FP and FBG sensors.

The os7500 family of sensors covers a wide range of vibration measurement applications. These sensors can be used as a replacement for conventional accelerometers while offering the added benefits of EMI immunity, robust packaging, and lightning/corrosion resistance.

Specifically tuned to address challenging environments, the os7500 family of sensors provides the user the ability to accurately measure vibrations with frequency ranges up to 350 Hz, and with the highest level of sensitivity from the industry leader in optical measurement technology.

The os7500 employs a two-fiber I/O design that enables multiplexing of the sensors in a daisy-chain architecture. This uses a novel approach for combining multiple sensors on a single interrogation channel. Each sensor only responds to optical signals within a 20 nm band, while passing all other wavelengths in both directions. The result is an extremely simple way to combine up to 8 sensors per optical channel, when used with a Hyperion instrument with a 160 nm wavelength range.

Key Features

  • Wide dynamic range
  • Unmatched sensitivity and low noise
  • Armored fiber cable and rugged sensor package.
  • Straightforward multiplexing
  • Standard threaded connection to a structure for fast, simple, repeatable installation.
  • Available mounting block for two and three axis

Specifications

(for full specifications, please download data sheet)

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Ordering Information

  • Homeland security (perimeter intrusion, voice detection, vibration monitoring)
  • Structures (bridges, dams, tunnels, mines, buildings, oil platforms)
  • Energy (wind turbines, oil wells, pipelines, nuclear reactors, generators)
  • Transportation (railways, trains, roadways, specialty vehicles, cranes)
  • Marine vessels (hull, deck, cargo containers)
  • Aerospace (airframes, composite structures, wind tunnels, static and dynamic tests)
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