The utility of fiber probes extends beyond reflection, backscatter, fluorescence, and transmission measurements. Through specialized design, optical fiber probes can also be used to collect emitted light in high temperature environments.
They can even measure temperature under extreme conditions where thermometric or other methods are unsuitable due to presence of microwaves or plasmas, and in harsh chemical and electrical environments.
|Probe Type||Applications||Grades||Fiber Types||Core Diameters|
|OptoTemp||Temperature measurement via fluorescence decay in microwave radiation and plasma environments||Process||N/A||N/A|