Fiber Sensor

Fiber Sensor

Fiber sensors refer to those photoelectric sensors that use optical fiber for the detector, and one of their primary benefits is that they offer a wide variety of detectors (that is, fiber units) for use in different applications. Fiber sensors have proven themselves in a variety of applications where the use of traditional photoelectric sensors was impossible or difficult, including flexible fiber that can be installed on moving parts, such as those of robotic arms; heat- and cold-resistant fiber that can be used in high- or low-temperature environments; and super-fine fiber that can be installed in even the tiniest spaces.

  • Fiber Amplifier

    Fiber sensors are constructed from a detector that protrudes from the amp, resembling sensors that incorporate separate amps. It has supreme environmental resistance since the sensing portion (fiber) contains absolutely no electrical parts.

  • Fiber Head

    An optical fiber comprises a core and a cladding, which have different refractive indexes. When light is incident on the core, it propagates in the core by being totally reflected at the boundary between the core and the cladding. After...

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