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Sensuron to Distribute Technobis WDM Systems in North America

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Sensuron is now the North American distributor of Technobis’ wavelength-division multiplexing (WDM) technology, including the Gator, a state-of-the-art fiber Bragg grating (FBG) measurement system.

WDM products are best used for dynamic applications such as strain, temperature, vibration, shape impact, and damage sensing in the aerospace, medical, energy, and automotive sectors. The Gator line of WDM products is immediately available in North America directly through Sensuron.

Rolf Evenblij, program manager at Technobis Fibre Technologies, said the distribution agreement between Sensuron and Technobis marks the continuation of both companies’ worldwide expansion.

“As we continue to expand our worldwide presence, it makes sense to partner with the leading global provider of complementary fiber optic sensing systems,” he said. “With Sensuron, we can extend sensing capabilities to continue to provide the mobility, medical, and energy sectors with tailored solutions for fiber optic testing, measurement, and control, resulting in better performing and safer products.”

Pierrick Vulliez, president and managing partner at Sensuron, said Technobis’ Gator products are a great complement to Sensuron’s fiber-optic sensing technology.

“They are a best-in-class WDM instrument supplier that offers a light-weight and affordable solution with extremely high acquisition rates,” he said. “In addition, their WDM systems are cost-effective and a great way for engineers to start working with fiber optic sensing technology.”

Sensuron is a provider of fiber optic sensing systems that use light to test, measure, and control applications across the aerospace, medical, automotive, and energy industries.

Photonics Spectra
May 2019
BusinessAmericasSensuronTechnobisWDM technologyFiber Bragg Grating (FBG) measurement systemfiber opticslight speed

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