HANNOVER MESSE 2020, 20 - 24 April
Homepage>Exhibitors & Products >imc CANSAS-FBG fiber optic module

imc CANSAS-FBG fiber optic module

imc facilitates temperature measurements in HV environments

Logo imc Test & Measurement


imc Test & Measurement

Exhibitor details
Exhibitor details

Product description

- Increased personal safety thanks to non-conductive, optical sensor technology
- No more issues with electromagnetic interference: completely free of any EMI/ESD related influences
- Highly dynamic measurements thanks to fast response times of the sensors
- Thin fiber cables and arbitrary cable extensions simplify handling
- Tiny sub-millimeter size sensors allow instrumentation inside windings of electric motors without influencing the winding geometry and field properties

imc Test & Measurement GmbH is revolutionizing temperature measurement in high-voltage environments with the new, 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. Thanks to the optical measuring principle it is independent of any electrostatic and electromagnetic influences. Thus all such EMI/ESD related concerns with errors, signal artifacts and even damage, that classical measurement technology used to be plagued with in HV contexts, can now be a thing of the past. The topic of personal safety, which prescribes comprehensive protective measures when working on voltages of more than 50 V, is also clearly reduced: the fiber-optic based sensors have no electrical conductivity whatsoever. This means that there is no need for special safety equipment or particular training of the operating personnel. Elaborate and expensive high-voltage cable insulation is unnecessary.

Product website

More products from imc Test & Measurement

Show more

Stored items


Server communication error: Item could not be saved.