Ibsen Photonics interrogation monitor provides spectrum monitoring of FBG sensors

Nov. 25, 2011
The I-MON 256 OEM interrogation monitor provides real-time spectrum monitoring of fiber Bragg grating (FBG) sensors in the 1550 nm wavelength range at line scan rates up to 20 kHz.
Ibsen Photonics I-MON 256 OEM interrogation monitor
Ibsen Photonics I-MON 256 OEM interrogation monitor

The I-MON 256 OEM interrogation monitor provides real-time spectrum monitoring of fiber Bragg grating (FBG) sensors in the 1550 nm wavelength range at line scan rates up to 20 kHz. A high spectrometer resolution combined with a broad wavelength range allows measurement of a large number of FBG sensors. The monitor directly interfaces to a 256 pixel InGaAs detector for building a FBG sensing system.
Ibsen Photonics
Copenhagen, Denmark

www.ibsenphotonics.com

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PRESS RELEASE

Ibsen Photonics launches cost efficient, high-speed Interrogation Monitor for OEM integration

Copenhagen, Denmark – July 6th, 2011

Ibsen Photonics (http://www.ibsenphotonics.com), a global leader in fused silica transmission gratings and spectrometer modules, today announced the launch of the I-MON 256 OEM Interrogation Monitor for Fiber Bragg Grating sensing systems at 1550 nm. The I-MON 256 OEM complements Ibsen Photonics’ extensive range of Interrogation Monitors for 850, 1310, and 1550 nm with a solution dedicated for OEM integrators.

The I-MON 256 OEM enables fast line scan rates of up to 20 kHz for a large number of FBG-sensors due to the high optical resolution and a broad wavelength coverage. Furthermore, with the direct interface to the 256 element InGaAs detector the I-MON 256 OEM offers a cost efficient solution for OEM integrators of FBG-sensing systems.

“The I-MON 256 OEM has already before launch received strong interest from many of our FBG sensing customers, so I am convinced that this new product will cement Ibsen Photonics’ position as one of the leading Interrogation Monitor suppliers worldwide”, says Henrik Skov Andersen, CEO of Ibsen Photonics.

For complete information about the I-MON 256 OEM Interrogation Monitor please visit http://www.ibsenphotonics.com/im/i-mon-256-oem.

For additional information about this press release please contact

Bjarke Rose
VP Spectrometers
Telephone: +45 4434 7043
Email: [email protected]

About Ibsen Photonics

Ibsen Photonics is a global leader in holographic, fused silica transmission gratings and spectrometer modules for a wide range of telecom, analytical, sensing, and laser markets.

Ibsen Photonics is a privately owned company with FOSS A/S holding 85% of the shares and the rest owned by employees. Headquarters are in Farum, Denmark. For more information please visit http://www.ibsenphotonics.com.

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