HBM FiberSensing의 광섬유 브래그 센서

Fiber Bragg 기술(FBG) 기반의 광센서는 구조시험, 경량 구조와 같은 각종 테스트 어플리케이션을 위한 매력적인 솔루션입니다.

  • HBM FiberSensing의 광섬유 브래그 격자 기반 FBG 광센서를 사용하므로 완전정합 측정 체인의 이점을 경험할 수 있습니다.
  • FBG 센서부터 옵티컬 인터로게이터(Optical Interrogator) 및 소프트웨어에 이르기까지 하나의 소스를 통하여 전체 솔루션을 활용할 수 있으므로 시간이 절약되고 안전은 강화됩니다.
  • 높은 수준의 스트레인, 많은 횟수의 부하 사이클, 높은 전자파 스트레스 및 폭발 위험이 높은 환경에서도 확실하고 안전하게 재료를 테스트 할 수 있습니다.

More Optical Solutions from the FS Line

Adding to the optical strain sensors, the FS Line also includes other types of Fiber Bragg Grating (FBG) sensors for measuring temperature, tilt and acceleration in a wide range of applications.

Optical Interrogators

To complete the system, the company has available measuring devices (data acquisition systems) prepared to read Fiber Bragg Grating (FBG) sensors.


HBM offers a wide range of accessories for optical measurement technology.

Best of Both Worlds

...only with HBM: 

  • Simultaneous data acquisition of electrical AND optical strain gauges.
  • Combined data analysis from both types of sensors in HBM's catman software.

Your Benefits with FBG Technology

Reduce installation costs

  • Reduced wiring since a single fiber can handle multiple optical sensors.
  • Individually adapted and configured measurement chain to suit your requirements.

Precise results even in difficult environments

  • For stress and fatigue tests even in materials with high levels of strain, and with high numbers of load cycles
  • Accurate test results in adverse ambient conditions, e.g. high-voltage systems.

Reliable data even on long-distance transmissions

  • Virtually no effects of distance and cable length on the test results
  • High-quality results even if the DAQ system is located hundredes of yards from the measuring points.

Small sensor size and weight

  • Easy installation in remote sites and spots that are difficult to access
  • Available in different types of packaging to address a wide range of applications, such as in laboratory, concrete and outdoors.

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