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Takex America, Inc.
F80R Series Fiber optic sensors allows for simple adjustment. Low power consumption. Download. Welcome to TAKEX America. TAKEX America, Inc. (formerly known as PULNiX Sensors, Inc.) is a World Leader in Security and Industrial Automation Sensors. TAKEX is committed to providing our loyal customers with the finest quality sensor products and superior customer support. We know our strength depends on our business customers, for over 25 years these customers have made and continue to make us stronger. We are proud of our past... (read more)Browse Fiber Optic Proximity Sensors Datasheets for Takex America, Inc.
MTI Instruments Inc.
Fiber-optic Vibration & Displacement Sensor The MTI-2100 features advanced fiber-optic and electronic technologies for precise measurements of displacement, position and vibration. It sets new performance standards with resolution up to 0.01 µin. (2.5 Angstroms) and frequency response from direct-coupled (dc) up to 500kHz. The MTI-2100's modular design has the flexibility to be tailored to specific requirements through the use of a wide range of interchangeable and custom fiber-optic probes. These probes are immune to electromagnetic... (read more)Browse Optical Linear Encoders Datasheets for MTI Instruments Inc.
Autonics USA, Inc.
Digital Indicating Type Fiber Optic Sensors BF5 Series. Dual Display for light incident level and setting value (BF5R-D). Minute object sensing available with 1/10,000 high resolution. High speed sensing of moving objects (20,000 times per sec.). 4 types of response speed setting mode; Ultra fast mode (50㎲), Fast mode (150㎲), Standard mode (500㎲), Long distance mode (4ms). Long lasting amplifier using APC circuit regardless of element's life degradation or temperature change (read more)
Panasonic Electric Works
FX-100 Digital Fiber Optic Sensor including threshold tracking, timers, LED attenuation, and interference prevention allow the FX-100 to compete with fiber optic units that are twice its price. The connection options for the FX-100 series consist of an industry standard M8 quick disconnect along with an option that utilizes the same quick connect cable found in the DP-100 and PM series from Panasonic Electric Works. With list pricing starting at $75, the FX-100 series is primed to become the gold standard in fiber optic sensors. About... (read more)Browse Photoelectric Sensors Datasheets for Panasonic Electric Works
Microwave Photonic Systems, Inc.
Fiber Optic Splitters The MPS can be ordered with any of the following operating wavelengths: 630,850,1310 and 1550nm. Fiber pigtail configurations include 250 µm, 900µm, 2mm or 3mm jacketed leads supplied with or without connectors. Applications. Optical Sensors / High Speed Data Networks/ Telecommunications / Local Area Networs (LAN). Features. Injection Molded Case/ Heavy Duty Packaging / Single and Dual Window / Environmentally Stable/ Telcordia GR-1221/ Epoxy Free Optical Path (read more)Browse Fiber Optic Couplers Datasheets for Microwave Photonic Systems, Inc.
CHINO Works America Inc.
Fiber Optic Infrared Thermometer The IR-FA series is a fiber optic Infrared thermometer featuring multi-function and high-speed response. Three types, single-color type for low temperature, single-color type for medium/high temperature and two-color type, are available. Parameter setting function, signal modulation and analog output are built in. Various options including lens assembly with finder, laser-spotting function, analog input and communications interface are available. Features. Low temperature type with high-speed... (read more)
Revolutionary: RADOX® fiber optic cables . This preserves the mechanical properties and service life of the fibers. Thus the optical transmission properties of RADOX fiber optic cables comply with ISO/IEC 11801 and IEC 60794-3-12 standards. Features. • Halogen and metal free (acc. to EN 50264-1). • For easy installation with small bending radii. • Broad working temperature range (-60 up to +85 °C). • Resistent against temperature peaks (up to +200 °C). • No deformation, no bonded joints and small shrinkage... (read more)Browse Fiber Optic Cables Datasheets for HUBER+SUHNER AG
thermoMETER CTratio Fiber Optic Pyrometer Glass fiber 2 color ratio thermometer for extreme temperature measurements. The ratiometric principle minimizes measurement errors caused by intensity change (e.g. contamination due to dust, fumes..), low emissivity and partial spot size coverage of the target. (read more)Browse Temperature Sensors Datasheets for Micro-Epsilon
Fiberoptics Technology, Inc.
Fiber Optic Light Guides FTI produces thousands of different light guide designs for industrial applications. Standard products have the following features: Your choice of glass type: "White Light" fiber for the best color rendition and the brightest white light, or "Silicon Matched" fiber for best results with solid state silicon IR emitters and detectors. Stainless steel construction: The flexible jacketing and all end fittings are made from 300 series stainless steel for maximum fiber protection and long, trouble... (read more)Browse Light Guides Datasheets for Fiberoptics Technology, Inc.
...and GC analysis. Summary. The use of fiber optic chemical sensor technology has allowed the creation of a. unique sensor that is capable of measuring low levels of hydrocarbons in vapor and. water. The sensors are unique because the measurements can be made in situ and in real. time. This reduces errors...
...for the routine monitoring of toxic gases and percent of volume oxygen presence in both portable and fixed gas monitors. Fiber Optic. Although optical methods, such as infrared sensors (see above) and colorimetric detection tubes are among the most widely accepted techniques for sensing gases...
Engineering Web Search: Fiber Optic Methane Sensor
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Field evaluation of a multipoint fiber optic sensor array for methane detection (OMEGA)
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Optic Fiber Methane Gas Sensor Based on Tunable Diode Laser Absorption Spectroscopy
Study of eliminating noise of signal in fiber-optic sensor...
(ICOCN 2010) Item Title: Study of eliminating noise of signal in fiber-optic sensor system Publisher Name: IEEE Meeting Location: Nanjing Item
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A second focus is to monitor methane and hydrocarbon in seawater by developing a reliable and rugged sensing system, which is suitable for in-situ
Multi-Array Sensors Tree Network Based on White Light Fiber-Optic Mach-Zehnder Interferometer Song Li, Ferhati Mokhtar, and Libo Yuan Sensor Lett.
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The advanced technology is based on an enhanced version of the Remote Methane Leak Detector (RMLD) platform developed previously by Physical Sciences
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