Warsash Scientific fiber length meter and strain sensor have the following features and benefits:
- Measures lengths up to 500m
- Better than 2mm resolution
- Less than 0.1% measurement error
- No dead zone and can measure fibers less than 1cm long
- Takes absolute and relative measurements
- Works with singlemode, multi-mode, polarisation maintaining, and speciality fibers
- Rapid, continuous (1 Hz) measurement of optical fiber lengths
- Saves time spent manually measuring fiber lengths
- Improves quality control
- Rack mount and bench top units
Fiber length meter and strain sensor have the following applications:
- Optical fiber cable assembly
- Production testing
- Optical network field installations
- Quality control and acceptance testing
- Fiber optic sensor assembly and testing
- Low-cost dynamic strain sensor
- Construction of fiber interferometers
- Ring laser manufacturing
- Cable management
The OZ Optics OFLM-100 optical fiber length meter, available from Warsash Scientific , delivers fast and accurate measurements of optical fiber lengths.
The OZ Optics OFLM-100 optical fiber length meter prevents measurement errors and improves quality control. With resolution and repeatability of less than 2mm, the OFLM-100 optical fiber length meter delivers accurate optical path length measurements for distances up to 500m. The system reports and records its measurements to any Windows-based personal computer, allowing easy data logging and report writing. For any application requiring precise optical fiber lengths, the OFLM-100 optical fiber length meter can save time and money while improving quality and performance.
The OFLM-100 OFLM-100 optical fiber length meter can also be used as a fiber optic strain sensor. It is easy to use and has long-term stability. With a selectable sampling rate of 1 Hz, and 2mm resolution over lengths up to 500m, the OFLM-100 optical fiber length meter enables fiber optic strain monitoring.
The OFLM-100 optical fiber length meter constructs and tests fiber optic cables, fiber optic sensors, and optical fiber systems where length must be controlled.