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Optical probe / Sensors systems

IDIL Fibres Optiques proposed a wide range of specific optical probes: single and double-pass transmission probe, O2, CO and CO2 probe, heat resistant probe, fluorescent probe, etc.

Optical probe summary

IDIL Fibres Optiques custom fiber optical probes in accordance with customers’ requirements: fiber types, materials and diameters, length, laser working distance, connection type, etc.

IDIL Fibres Optiques develops robust probes for most demanding and challenging applications. Our optical probe can be exposed to high temperatures, dipped into the samples or buried underground (with electronical system: up to 300 m / without electronical system: up to 1,5 km).

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    Features
    • Custom optical probes
    • High flexibility
    • High resolution
    • Use in harsh environments
    Applications
    • Kinetic reactions
    • Samples analysis
    • Sampling in vivo
    Specifications
    CUSTOM
    Fiber typeUV, IR, visible or custom
    DiameterAccording to the type and the number of fibers
    Cable lengthup to 1,5 km
    WavelengthUV to IR
    ConnectorsFC, LC, SC, SMA, ST, MU, E2000, other
    PatchcordsBare fibers, 900 µm protection, 2.8 mm, other
    Fiber materialAll-silica, plastic-clad silica, borosilicate glass, fluoride, all plastic materials
    Body materialStainless steel or other
    ConfigurationsStraight, bifurcated (Y-cable), fan-out configurations, round or linear bundle end
    configurations
    SterilizationGamma, EtO, autoclave, other

    Other options: fibers' spacing and positioning, fiber tolerances, polishing angle alignment for PM termination, collimator, graded index, AR coating, high pass filter, band pass filter, temperature, sterilization, harsh environment

    How it works

    An optical probe direct and focus the monochromatic excitation source to the sample, collecting the scattered light, an then redirect it to the sensor or spectrometer as an electrical signal for analysis.

    The flexibility of fiber optics allows the probe to be taken to a solid sample and also enables it to be immersed in slurries or liquids in both process and labs environments (for kinetic measurements in real time).

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