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SENSING INTERROGATORS

Photonics Spectra
Nov 2006
Micron Optics Inc.Request Info
 
Micron Optics Inc. has released its sm130 line of compact optical sensor interrogators that quickly and simultaneously interrogate hundreds of fiber optic sensors on up to four fibers at 1 kHz. With the sm041-416 channel expansion unit, the sensor count can be quadrupled, resulting in a single system that can measure both dynamic and static phenomena for large and complex structures. The devices can measure parameters such as strain, acceleration, pressure and temperature from a distance of 50 km or more. Applications include oil wells, offshore oil platforms, oil and gas pipelines, and long-term structural monitoring of buildings, bridges, dams and tunnels.


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