Fiber Bragg Sensors from HBM FiberSensing

Optical sensors based on Fiber Bragg technology (FBG) are a reliable and safe solution for numerous testing applications, such as in structural testing and lightweight construction.

  • Benefit from perfectly-matched measurement chains when using an optical FBG sensor based on Fiber Bragg Gratings made by HBM FiberSensing.
  • Gain time and increase safety by utilizing the complete solution from a single source - from FBG sensors through optical interrogators and software.
  • Reliably and safely test materials and structures with high levels of strain or high numbers of load cycles, high electromagnetic stress or in highly explosive environments.

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FBG Sensors for Large Sensing Networks

Robust optical sensors for measuring strain, temperature, tilt, acceleration and displacement in a wide range of applications.

  Product   Description
FS62 - Optical Strain Sensors High-Performance Optical Strain Sensor
High-Performance Optical Strain Sensor
FS63 - Optical Temperature Sensors High-Performance Optical Temperature Sensor
High-Performance Optical Temperature Sensor
FS64 - Optical Tilt Meter Optical Tilt Meter for use in a large range of monitoring applications
Optical Tilt Meter for use in a large range of monitoring applications
FS65 - Optical Accelerometer Optical Accelerometer for use in a large range of monitoring applications
Optical Accelerometer for use in a large range of monitoring applications
Additonal Products Description
FS22 Optical Interrogator specifically designed to interrogate Fiber Bragg Grating (FBG) sensors in industrial environments
Optical Interrogator specifically designed to interrogate Fiber Bragg Grating (FBG) sensors in industrial environments
FS42 Portable Optical Interrogator for use in aboratory testing and field deployment
Portable Optical Interrogator for use in aboratory testing and field deployment

FBG Gauges for High Strain Applications

Optical strain gauges with outstanding bending capability (6 micron core fiber) and high performance coatings.

  Product   Description
OL Optical strain gage based on fiber Bragg gratings
Optical strain gage based on fiber Bragg gratings
OR Optical rosette: Small and rugged
Optical rosette: Small and rugged
OTC Optical temperature compensation sensor
Optical temperature compensation sensor
OptiMet by HBM™ System for fiber-optic sensors
System for fiber-optic sensors
Additonal Products Description
FS22 Optical Interrogator specifically designed to interrogate Fiber Bragg Grating (FBG) sensors in industrial environments
Optical Interrogator specifically designed to interrogate Fiber Bragg Grating (FBG) sensors in industrial environments
FS42 Portable Optical Interrogator for use in aboratory testing and field deployment
Portable Optical Interrogator for use in aboratory testing and field deployment

The benefits of measuring with light

Reduce your installation costs

A single fiber can handle multiple measurements. With optical sensors from HBM you benefit from reduced wiring requirements. Several optical sensors can be used on a single fiber. The optical measurement chain is individually adapted to suit your requirements.

Get high-precision test results even in difficult environments and materials

Optical FBG sensors enable you to test the fatigue strength of your components. Stress testing can be conducted even in materials with high levels of strain, and with high numbers of load cycles. You get consistent and accurate test results even in adverse ambient conditions, such as in high-voltage systems.

Acquire reliable data whatever the distance between your optical strain gauges and the measurement system

The effects of distance and cable length on the test result can be neglected with optical strain gauges. Even if your data acquisition system is located hundreds of yards from the measuring points, the use of optical sensor technology will not negatively affect the quality of your test results.

For more information on our state-of-the-art optical sensors, please contact HBM today.