FBGS will be exhibiting at Photonics West in San Francisco, California from February 4 to 6. The company invites you to visit them in the North Hall at booth no. 5662 to see their latest developments in fiber bragg grating sensors and sensor systems and to discuss your sensor challenge with experts. A highlight of this year’s exhibition is the launch of the new FBG-Scan X0X-EP.
The measuring devices of the FBG-Scan X0X-EP series combine the features of the FBG-Scan 804, 808, 904 or 908 with an Embedded Processing (EP) platform, which is housed in a 19-inch package. FBGS presents a dynamic and precise measuring device for FBG sensors based on spectrometer technology. The system offers a cost-effective solution and is available as a 4- or 8‑channel system. Depending on the model type a stability of up to 0.3pm (@2kHz measuring rate) and an absolute wavelength accuracy of 10pm can be achieved with a built-in wavelength reference (only for the 90X series). Up to 400 temperature sensors (8 channels with 50 FBG/channel) or up to 240 strain sensors (30 FBG/channel) can be implemented with the system.
In addition to the new measuring device, FBGS will also be presenting its shape sensing solution developed jointly with TOF. Using the specially developed multicore fiber technology (MCF) in combination with DTG® (Draw Tower Grating) technology, the company offers a solution for fiber optic shape sensing for various medical and industrial applications This technology offers great potential for capturing curvatures and shapes in 2D and 3D. Due to the small dimensions of the fiber, the immunity to radiation and the flexibility of integration, fiber optic shape sensing opens up a completely new category of measurement possibilities that are currently not available.
In the exhibition you will find more products and solutions:
- DTG® – Draw Tower Gratings
- FSG® – FemtoSecond Gratings
- AGF® – All Grating Fiber
- Combined strain and temperature sensor systems with unprecedented measuring accuracy
- Curvature and shape detection systems
- Strain and temperature sensors
- fiber optic measuring instruments
You are welcome to send an e‑mail to firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange an appointment during the exhibition.