Signal Conditioner Handles Environments Where Thermocouples and RTDs Fall Short

Signal Conditioner Handles Environments Where Thermocouples and RTDs Fall Short

Micronor and Optocon AG have collaborated to create the FOTEMP1-OEM-MNT, a low cost, small form factor, single channel signal conditioner that seamlessly integrates fiber-optic temperature sensing into any industrial control system, medical instrumentation, or other OEM design. The standard FOTEMP1-OEM-MNT controller features include a calibrated measurement range of -40°C to +300°C and built-in USB, RS232 and SPI interfaces. The product operates in conjunction with all TS Series GaAs fiber-optic temperature sensors. The fiber optic sensor’s entirely non-metallic, passive optical design provides immunity to electromagnetic interference, radio frequency interference, microwaves, high voltage, extreme magnetic fields, radiation, chemicals, and explosive atmospheres.

Micronor Inc.
Camarillo, CA
[email protected]

Contact Info

Company: Micronor
Country: United States (USA)
Phone number: 805-499-0114
Fax: 805-499-6585

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