The HYPERION Single Board Interrogator is a high performance optical sensing instrument that offers unmatched ease of integration for OEM systems. A full suite of software tools typically only available to high end instruments is among one of the many features of the HYPERION Single Board Interrogator.
HYPERION Single Board Interrogator
Derived from our HYPERION si155 platform, the HYPERION Single Board Interrogator leverages the unmatched gains which are realized with Micron Optics patented fiber Fabry-Perot filter and wavelength reference technology.
The HYPERION Single Board Interrogator features groundbreaking capabilities including high-performance DSP and real-time FPGA processing on-board, which enables rapid, flexible peak detect algorithms of Fiber Bragg Gratings (FBG), Long Period Gratings, Fabry-Perot (FP), Mach-Zehnder (MZ) sensors, and others with low-latency access to data for closed loop feedback applications.
The HYPERION Single Board Interrogator is compatible with ENLIGHT, Sensing Analysis Software, which provides a single suite of tools for data acquisition, computation, and analysis of optical sensor networks. See www.micronoptics.com for more information. This interrogator also includes a comprehensive Application Programming Interface (API) and examples written in LabVIEW, Python, Matlab, C++, and C#.
Truly turn-key solution providing quick start-up and data collection with minimal software or electronic design required for system implementation with added benefit of reduced cost.
Dynamic measurements of FBGs, LPGs, FP and MZ sensors from detailed optical spectrum.
Data verification key guarantees only valid output. Each data set is calibrated and verified against an available permanent NIST traceable reference.
Feature rich ENLIGHT software and API support, available at no cost for sensor conditioning, data visualization, and data saving definitions.
Deep, continuous dynamic range is available to each sensor on each channel, independent of differential system losses.
Proven reliability and longevity of the Micron Optics swept wavelength source, with over 100 million hours logged since 2000.