Parker Aerospace and Oxsensis Collaborate On Advanced Sensor Technology

Parker Aerospace and Oxsensis Ltd. are developing 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.

 

Parker Aerospace and Oxsensis Ltd. have been collaborating to apply Oxsensis technology to Parker Aerospace instrumentation systems. Over the past four years, advancement of the new technology and subsequent prototypes by the two companies have yielded robust success, building on Parker’s system integration, aero-qualification and engineering expertise, and innovative Oxsensis optical sensor capabilities.

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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. Learn more at http://www.parker.com and http://www.oxsensis.com

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