Collaborators Broach Advanced Sensor Technology For Hot Engines

Parker Aerospace and Oxsensis Ltd. sign a contract to develop develop harsh-environment instrumentation including static and dynamic pressure and temperature sensors for aerospace engine applications, based on innovative fiber optic sensor technologies. These include direct-mount sensors operating up to 1,800°F that are already successfully deployed in land-based gas turbine systems. Oxsensis optical instrumentation addresses compressor, combustion, and turbine applications – operating at higher temperatures, non-electrically, and often in new locations. This extends engine capability and performance.

 

For more details about this high-accuracy pressure sensor technology, visit the Parker Aerospace and Oxsensis websites.

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