I-MON 256 OEM / 512 OEM
Cost-efficient and high speed 1550 nm Interrogation Monitor for OEM integration
The I-MON 256/512 OEM Interrogation Monitors offer real-time spectrum monitoring of FBG sensors in the 1550 nm wavelength range at line scan rates up to 35 kHz. A high spectrometer resolution combined with a broad wavelength range provides high-resolution interrogation monitors allowing measurement of a large number of FBG sensors.
A direct interface to the InGaAs detector offers OEM integrators a cost efficient solution for building their FBG sensing systems.
OEM Interrogation Monitor modules:
- Vibration analysis
- Temperature measurements
- Pressure monitoring
- Strain measurements
|Parameter||Unit||I-MON 256 OEM||I-MON 512 OEM|
|Maximum number of FBG sensors||37||70|
|Minimum FBG spacing||pm / GHz||1200 / 150|
|Wavelength range||nm||1525 - 1570||1510 - 1595|
|Wavelength fit resolution(*)||pm||< 0.5|
|Repeatability (over any pol. state)||pm||3 (5 max)|
|Wavelength drift (**)||pm / deg C||1 (3 max)|
|Dynamic range (*)||dB||30|
|Input optical power range (*)||dBm||-80 to - 20|
|Measurement frequency (*)||kHz||35 max.||17 max.|
|Electrical interface||Direct interface to InGaAs detector|
|Number of pixels||256||512|
|Operating temperature||deg C||0 to 70|
(*) Depending on customer electronics.
(**) Note that by applying temperature control or temperature correction, the wavelength accuracy over the entire wavelength range can be improved.
I-MON 256 OEM / 512 OEM Developer’s Kit
The I-MON 256/512 OEM Interrogation Monitor is available as a Developer’s Kit including software providing plug-and-play operation.
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A detailed Product Specification describing the electronics interface for the I-MON 256 OEM / 512 OEM and a detailed User’s Manual for the I-MON 256 OEM / 512 OEM Developer’s Kit are both available by clicking here.