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The os4300 Non-metallic Temperature Sensors are housed within a sealed, alumina ceramic tube that are designed to make handling easy and sensor installation fast and repeatable. It is based on fiber Bragg grating (FBG) technology and since there are no epoxies holding the fiber to the tube, long term stability is ensured by ...
  • Operation Temperature Range: -70 - 275 deg C
  • Temperature Sensitivity: 10 pm/degC
  • Response Time: 0.7 Sec
  • Probe Diameter: 18.8 mm
  • Probe Length: 3.2 mm
Data Sheet
The os4200 Temperature Probes are sealed, stainless steel tubes that are designed to make handling easy and sensor installation fast and repeatable. It is based on fiber Bragg grating (FBG) technology. and since there are no epoxies holding the fiber to the tube, long term stability is ensured by design. In side by side comparisons ...
  • Operation Temperature Range: -70 - 275 deg C
  • Temperature Sensitivity: 10 pm/degC
  • Response Time: 0.3 Sec
  • Probe Diameter: 1.07 mm
  • Probe Length: 27.1 mm
Data Sheet
The os4100 Temperature Compensation Sensor has a similar design and installation procedure to the os3100 Optical Strain Gage.  When mounted in close proximity, it is a convenient choice for temperature compensation of the os3100. The os4100 Temperature Compensation Sensor is designed to make fiber handling easy and sensor ...
  • Operation Temperature Range: -40 - 150 deg C
  • Temperature Sensitivity: 28.9 pm/degC
  • Response Time: - Sec
  • Probe Diameter: - mm
  • Probe Length: - mm
Data Sheet

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Workers in the oil exploration industry utilize temperature probes to monitor drill bit temperature, preventing overheating and breakage of the drill bit as it progresses deep down into the earth. Temperature probes are fiber-based thermal sensing devices that measure changes in temperature-sensitive characteristics, such as voltage difference or resistance, to infer a temperature value. There are several different categories of temperature probes including penetration probes, immersion probes, air probes, surface probes, along with numerous types of specialized probes. Today, many of these devices are able to operate within a large temperature range, about -70 to 275 degrees Celsius, which is one reason they find an extensive array of applications in many different industries.