Fiber Bragg Grating Technology Explained

Optical sensors based on Fiber Bragg Gratings (FBG) are becoming increasingly popular. They are easy to install, are not electromagnetically susceptible and can also be used in highly explosive atmospheres.

But just how does a fiber Bragg Grating work? Are there other advantages? What do I have to watch out for during installation? How do I compensate for optical losses? How many sensors can be integrated into a fiber?

On this page, we have collected a series of articles and videos to explain the Fiber Bragg Grating Technology.

Fiber Bragg Grating Technology: See our video how it works

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