FOS10 Series Temperature Fiber Optic Sensor

Brand: Intempco Controls, Inc.

The FOS10 series Fiber Optic Sensors are a complete solution for most industrial temperature monitoring and indicating applications.

They are based on fiber Bragg grating (FBG) technology, specially designed to make fiber handling easy and sensor installation quick and repeatable.

These sensors have optimum accuracy and performance. FOS10 is offered with three packaging options that are very similar to conventional RTDs, and Thermocouples.

The FOS10 can be an ideal and easy replacement for most conventional temperature sensors.
Features
  • Small sized and lightweight
  • Easy and fast installations
  • Excellent reliability and long term stability
  • Intrinsically safe design
  • Excellent mechanical and chemical resistance
  • High sensitivity and accuracy
  • Large scale usage possible
  • Zero power and immunity to EMI/RFI
  • Ideal & cost efficient replacement for conventional temperature sensing

Specifications

Bandwidth

  • Bandwidth at 3 dB: < 0.7

Connectors

  • Fiber Optic

Enclosure Finish

  • Recoating: Acrylate
  • Recoating: Polyamide

Length

  • FBG Length: 0.08 to 0.6" (2 to 15 mm)
  • Pigtail Length: 3.3 feet (1 metre) / Customized Length

Operating Temperature

  • Polyamide Fiber: -40° to 300° C (-40° to 572° F)
  • SMF-28 Fiber: -5° to 80° C (23° to 176° F)

Proof Pressure

  • > psi: 100,000 (MPa: 689.5, bar: 6,895)

Resolution

  • Interpolation: 0.05° C
  • Native: 1° C

Storage Temperature

  • Polyamide Fiber: -40° to 300° C (-40° to 572° F)
  • SMF-28 Fiber: -5° to 80° C (23° to 176° F)

Temperature Range

  • Polyimide Fiber: -40° to 300° C (-40° to 550° F)

Termination

  • Bare Fiber
  • FC/APC
  • FC/UPC

Tolerance

  • Wavelength: ± 0.5 Nm

Wavelength

  • 1,510 to 1,590 Nm

  • Concrete Structures such as Bridges, High-rise Buildings
  • Electric Generators
  • Tunnels: Underwater, Road, Canal, or Metro Tunnels
  • Onshore and Offshore Sites in Gas & Oil Industry
  • Observing Temperatures in Flow Lines and Reservoirs
  • Cold and Hot Spots in Facilities

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