Multichannel measurements of strain - multiplex up to 200,000 measurement locations
Flexible, lightweight and easy to install sensors reduce time to first measurement
Passive, corrosion resistant, dielectric, flexible sensors go where other sensors can’t - in bends, around corners, embedded inside materials
Long sensor life - no drift or recalibration required, cycle counts >107 • Large strain range and high resolution allow for mapping of complex strain fields and large strain gradients
Characterize strain on/in new materials and complex structures
Profile temperature in-situ to maximize the efficiency of critical processes
Measure two- and three-dimensional strain fields to validate FE models
Evaluate multi-material joining
Embed sensors within materials to create “smart parts”
The ODiSI is a 21st century strain and temperature measurement system specifically designed to address the test challenges of 21st century advanced materials and systems.
The ODiSI provides more than 1000 strain or temperature measurements per meter of a single high definition fiber sensor. The high definition data can fully map the contour of strain or temperature for a structure under test.
The sensor is flexible, low profile, requires no electrical source, and can be bonded to sharply curved surfaces, embedded within structures, or mounted directly to electrical surfaces.
ODiSI comes configured to measure standard “Rayleigh” High-Definition Fiber Optic Sensors (HD-FOS). These are our most economical sensors based on measurement of the Rayleigh backscatter in optical fiber and are best suited for static or quasi-static applications. HD sensors are also perfect for measuring large strain gradients.
ODiSI 6100 Configuration Features
REAL-TIME STREAMING DATA
Stream measurements in real-time at the maximum measurement rate to a file or via TCP-IP to another computer
EASE OF INTEGRATION / EASE OF USE
Intuitive, easy to setup and use graphical user interface
IEEE 1588 PTP (Precision Time Protocol) synchronization
Json-based digital streaming data
Sync output TTL pulse
Continuous automatic optical alignment without user intervention
System and sensor health check ensures high data fidelity
Optical frequencies validated every acquisition for accurate measurements
Strain sensors and associated coefficients calibrated with NIST traceable fixtures
3D VISUALIZATION SOFTWARE
Easily interpret and communicate complex data
Visualize large data files using contour and 3D mapping
Quickly focus on critical areas of interest in space and/or time
Visualize and share ODiSI data mapped on imported .stf files
Included with Base Configuration
ODiSI 6100 mainframe configured with 1 to 8 active measurement channels
ODiSI laptop controller laptop running single function Linux OS and ODiSI operating software and associated cabling
One 50m, rugged stand-off cable per channel to connect ODiSI interrogator and one “remote module” per channel which connects ODiSI sensors to the stand-off cable
Standard configuration also includes a rugged shipping case, sample fiber sensors (HD) and Luna’s fiber optic sensor application kit
Size / Operation
Benchtop, Fixed Installation
High-Yield Manufacturing, OEM (Optical Equipment Manufacturing), Advanced Testing, Inspection and Measurement Applications, MEMS (Microelectromechanical Systems), Research and Development
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