Opsens Solutions OTG-M Series (OTG-M170, OTG-M220, OTG-M360, OTG-M420, OTG-M600, OTG-MPK5, and OTG-MPK8) fiber optic temperature sensors provide exceptional performance. The OTG-M Series sensors employ a tried-and-tested technology based on the temperature-dependent bandgap of GaAs crystal as that of the temperature transduction mechanism.
Tip measurement applications are made simple by its tiny GaAs crystal, which is positioned at the optical fiber’s tip. The response time and sensor diameter (OD), which are detailed in the specifications section, are the two features that set each model of the OTG-M series apart from one another.
The OTG-M Series offers unparalleled repeatability and reliability in extreme conditions, such as high levels of MR, EM, RF, and microwave field settings, when combined with OpSens’ SCBG (Semiconductor Bandgap) signal conditioning technology and also with the advantages of fiber optic.
All SCBG signal conditioners from OpSens are compatible with the OTG-M Series and constructed using optical fiber that is industry standard. With a variety of optical cables and sheath choices, this small yet dependable fiber optic temperature sensor can be tailored to fit a variety of OEM or customer-specific applications.
- Robust and simple design
- High accuracy
- Exceptional repeatability
- Immune to microwave and EMI, RFI, RFI
- OEM-style and customized versions
- Innately secure
- Dynamic temperature observation
- Applications for small-size sensors
- High-voltage surroundings
- A disposable sensor at a low cost
- Microwave, RF, and EM environments
Fiber Optic Temperature Sensor
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||≤ 35 ms
||≤ 50 ms
||< 100 ms
||< 200 ms
||< 225 ms
||< 500 ms
|SENSOR TIP MATERIAL (TUBE)
|TEMPERATURE OPERATING AND CALIBRATED RANGE
||-40 °C to +250 °C (other ranges available upon request)
||± 0.8 °C or better for other temperature range
|OPERATING HUMIDITY RANGE
||1.5 meters standard (other lengths available)
||LCA, ST, standard
|SIGNAL CONDITIONER COMPATIBILITY
||All Opsens Solutions’ GaAs (SCBG) signal conditioners