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Where to Buy Optical Temperature Sensors

Optical temperature sensors, such as those based on fiber Bragg gratings, measure temperatures and temperature distributions. Distributed sensor systems can measure temperature along an optical fiber, suitable for remote sensing applications.

More general products: optical sensors

Related products: optical sensing instruments, fiber-optic sensors, optical strain sensors

Related product category: detectors and measurements

Before You Buy: Learn About Optical Temperature Sensors

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Some aspects to consider before buying optical temperature sensors: measurement accuracy, resolution, sensor type, signal processing, alignment, mounting options, environmental stability, ease of use, compatibility, maintenance requirements.

Manufacturers and Other Suppliers for Optical Temperature Sensors

17 suppliers for optical temperature sensors are listed in the RP Photonics Buyer's Guide, out of which 3 present their product descriptions. Both manufacturers and distributors can be registered.

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Fiber technology to sense the world.

Technica Optical Components, LLC

3657 Peachtree Rd NE
Suite 10A
Atlanta, GA 30319
United States
web link www.technicasa.com

E-mail:
ISO 9001:2015
optical temperature sensors

World leader in fiber Bragg grating and micro Fabry–Pérot temperature sensors. From ultra-small to large industrial temperature sensor packaging, for environments from cryogenic to 1000 °C, and with cores based on standard acrylate or polyimide coated fibers, or truly hermetic copper or gold coated fibers (T10, T20, T25, T98, T100, T105, T135, 140, T155, T165, T810-T890, and TFP10).


Bringing light to measurement

HBK FiberSensing, S.A. (formerly HBM FiberSensing)

Rua Vasconcelos Costa, 277
4470–640 Maia
Portugal
web link www.hbm.com/fs

E-mail:
ISO 9001:2008
optical temperature sensors

The newLight FS63 optical temperature sensors are based on the Fiber Bragg Grating Technology (FBG) and designed to accurately retrieve temperature measurements in large structures and machines without interferences from external noise. Furthermore, their small size and lightweight structure makes them the ideal choice for hard-to-reach locations and measuring points granting low transmission losses even under harsh environments.

With improved temperature stability, these sensors are particularly suited for temperature measurements in large structures and thermal mapping in electrical machines. Moreover, the FS63 temperature sensors can be used for thermal compensation of other optical sensors. These sensors can be ordered with or without calibration, retrieving absolute temperature measurements or simply for use as a temperature compensation element.

Sylex s.r.o.

Mlynské luhy 31
821 05 Bratislava
Slovakia
web link www.sylex.sk

E-mail:
ISO 9001 & ISO 14001
optical temperature sensors

FBG based temperature sensor is essentially a device used to take accurate temperature measurement readings.

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Optical Scientific, Inc.

2 Metropolitan Court, Suite 6,
Gaithersburg, MD 20878
United States
www.opticalscientific.com
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Fiber technology to sense the world.

Technica Optical Components, LLC

3657 Peachtree Rd NE
Suite 10A
Atlanta, GA 30319
United States
web link www.technicasa.com

E-mail:
ISO 9001:2015
optical temperature sensors

World leader in fiber Bragg grating and micro Fabry–Pérot temperature sensors. From ultra-small to large industrial temperature sensor packaging, for environments from cryogenic to 1000 °C, and with cores based on standard acrylate or polyimide coated fibers, or truly hermetic copper or gold coated fibers (T10, T20, T25, T98, T100, T105, T135, 140, T155, T165, T810-T890, and TFP10).


From America:

Opsens Solutions

(a division of Opsens Inc.)
319, Franquet Street, Suite 110
Québec, Québec G1P 4R4
Canada
Outside America:

ams AG

Tobelbader Strasse 30
8141 Premstätten
Austria

AtGrating Technologies Co., Ltd.

#501, Bld. B, Chiwan Industry Park
Shekou, Nanshan
Shenzhen, 518068
China
www.atgrating.com
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engionic Fiber Optics GmbH

Ernst-Lau-Strasse 8
12489 Berlin
Germany
engionic-fiber-optics.de
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FIBERPRO, Inc.

26–55 Gajeongbuk-ro
Yuseong-gu, Dae-Jeon
Korea

FiSens GmbH

Salzdahlumer Str. 196
38126 Braunschweig
Germany
fisens.com
E-mail:

Bringing light to measurement

HBK FiberSensing, S.A. (formerly HBM FiberSensing)

Rua Vasconcelos Costa, 277
4470–640 Maia
Portugal
web link www.hbm.com/fs

E-mail:
ISO 9001:2008
optical temperature sensors

The newLight FS63 optical temperature sensors are based on the Fiber Bragg Grating Technology (FBG) and designed to accurately retrieve temperature measurements in large structures and machines without interferences from external noise. Furthermore, their small size and lightweight structure makes them the ideal choice for hard-to-reach locations and measuring points granting low transmission losses even under harsh environments.

With improved temperature stability, these sensors are particularly suited for temperature measurements in large structures and thermal mapping in electrical machines. Moreover, the FS63 temperature sensors can be used for thermal compensation of other optical sensors. These sensors can be ordered with or without calibration, retrieving absolute temperature measurements or simply for use as a temperature compensation element.

IDIL Fibres Optiques

21 rue de Broglie
22300 Lannion
France
www.idil-fibres-optiques.com
E-mail:

LOPTEK GmbH

Ernst-Lau-Straße 8
12489 Berlin
Germany
loptek.de
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NETWORK GROUP, s.r.o.

Special Fiber Optics
Olomoucka 91
627 00 Brno
Czech Republic
sfo.networkgroup.cz/en/news
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Nova Scientia Ltd.

130 Old Street
London, EC1V 98D
United Kingdom
www.nova-scientia.org
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Safibra

Černokostelecká 1621, 251 01 Říčany
Czech Republic

Smart Fibres

Spectrum House
Brants Bridge
Bracknell RG12 9BG
United Kingdom

Sylex s.r.o.

Mlynské luhy 31
821 05 Bratislava
Slovakia
web link www.sylex.sk

E-mail:
ISO 9001 & ISO 14001
optical temperature sensors

FBG based temperature sensor is essentially a device used to take accurate temperature measurement readings.

Technobis group

Pyrietstraat 2
1812 SC Alkmaar
Netherlands

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