Frequently Asked Questions

The Foresight Fiber Optic Brillouin Distributed Temperature Sensor is an advanced optical sensor system that uses stimulated Brillouin scattering to measure temperature changes along the entire length of an optical fiber.

The features of the sensor include fast and dynamic measurement, use of standard telecom single mode fiber, good spatial resolution and long-range, immunity to attenuation changes, and high temperature resolution and accuracy.

The sensor can be used for oil and gas pipeline monitoring, overhead power line monitoring, submarine cable monitoring, cryostat temperature sensing, and building fire detection.

Yes, the sensor is able to measure temperatures as low as 25 K, making it suitable for cryostat temperature sensing.

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