Signal Conditioner Handles Environments Where Thermocouples and RTDs Fall Short

Signal Conditioner Handles Environments Where Thermocouples and RTDs Fall Short
Micronor

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
805-389-6600
[email protected]
http://www.micronor.com

Contact Info

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

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