Safe Measurements in HV with FBG technology
we are proud to present you the award-winning, fiber-optic CAN measurement module: imc CANSAS-FBG-T8. It applies specially developed fiber Bragg grating sensors (FBG) at eight optical inputs to measure temperatures in high voltage environments and outputs the results via CAN. Users who perform measurements in high-voltage environments or in the field of E-mobility especially benefit from this technology.
Fiber-optic CAN measurement module for temperature measurement
- Safe temperature measurement in high-voltage environments due
to non-conductive sensor technology
- Clean measurement results despite high-voltage environments, immune to electrostatic and electromagnetic interference
- Combining fiber-optic and electric measurement modules into one synchronized measurement system via the integrated click connector
Convenient handling and connection technology
- Easy handling thanks to small cable diameters
- Measuring inside the windings of electric motors
- 1 kHz sampling rate, 100 Hz bandwidth per channel
- Saving up to 90% space compared to classic HV sensors
White Paper: Fiber-optic temperature measurement solves HV challenges in e-mobility
One of the new measurement tasks and applications in the field of e-mobility is temperature measurement in the high-voltage environment of e-motors. The advantages of an FBG measurement module are obvious: in addition to reliable and trouble-free measurement due to the lack of conductivity of the glass fiber, the small cable diameters of the sensors allow easy handling. The small sensors make it possible to measure at locations that are hardly accessible with conventional sensor technology, such as within plug connectors or cables. This is particularly important for the e-mobility and automotive sectors.