Ibsen Photonics’ new I-MON Interrogation Monitor enables fast, real-time spectrum monitoring of FBG sensor systems.
Ibsen Photonics, a leading supplier of holographic Phase masks, transmission diffraction gratings and OEM spectrometer modules based on diffraction gratings, has released its new I-MON Interrogation Monitors for FBG Sensor Systems.
The Interrogation Monitors build on Ibsen Diffractor based spectrometer technology, utilizing Ibsen fused silica transmission gratings. This design platform enables Ibsen’s I-MON to offer kHz measurement frequency and compact size as well as low power consumption.
Ibsen Photonics has been awarded patent for innovative gratings with unique efficiency and reliability properties
Fusion bonded gratings create high-efficiency, polarization controllable gratings with highly protected surfaces.
Ibsen Photonics, a leading supplier of holographic Phase masks, transmission diffraction gratings and OEM spectrometer modules based on diffraction gratings, today announced that it has been granted United States Patent # 6,762,880, titled “Grating Structures and Methods of Making the Grating Structures”.
This technology enables pure fused silica transmission grating designs with beneficial optical properties. Design ...
Ibsen Photonics has been awarded patent for production technique of high-volume, sub-micron period gratings
Near Field Holography (NFH) process technology improves manufacturability of gratings in wafer based integrated optical components
Ibsen Photonics, a leading supplier of holographic Phase masks, transmission diffraction gratings and DWDM monitors based on diffraction gratings, today announced that it has been granted United States Patent # 6,693,701, titled “Method and Apparatus for Diffractive Transfer of Grating Mask”.
This technology allows manufacturers to print sub-micron grating periods by further advancing ...
FBG manufacturers benefit from relocation of Phase mask manufacturing and process optimisation at Ibsen Photonics
Ibsen Photonics today announced that after a thorough run-in period the manufacturing of their holographic Phase masks has now been successfully relocated to Ibsen Photonics 1.300 sq.m. (approx. 14.000 sq.ft.) cleanroom facility in Farum, Denmark.
“We have always produced our Phase masks in our own clean room, but we can clearly see improvement in defect counts on the Phase masks over the last months caused by the ...