In-Line (ILX) Probe Assembly

Laser Based – In-Situ Monitoring

Measurement Head Breakout

Understanding the components

To best understand if this Measurement Head is ideal for your application, it vital to understand what is included.

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  • In-Line (ILX) Probe

    In-Line (ILX) Probe

    The Components and their Function

    The Optical Bench includes the following components:

    • Optical Bench: This formulates the Transceiver Configuration that combines the Transmit and Receive functionality in one efficient enclosure. The Optical Bench can slide back out of the In-Line (ILX) Probe Enclosure for easy termination of the Single Mode Fiber Optic (FC/APC Connectors) and Shielded CAT6/5e (RJ45 Connectors) Cables.
    • Launch Optics: The Laser Light that travels from the GasFinder via Single Mode Fiber Optic Cabling is Collimated within the Optical Bench and launched from the hole on the Collecting Optics.
    • Collecting Optics: When the Laser Light is returned from the Retro-Reflector the Collecting Optics focus the Laser Light onto the Photodiode.
    • Photodiode: The Photodiode converts the collected Laser Light into a small electrical signal where the GasFinder will perform its Absorption Spectroscopy technique to very accurately and reliably determine the Path Integrated Concentration within the Active Measurement Path.

    The Optical Bench includes the following components:

    • Optical Bench:  The Optical Bench can slide back out of the In-Line (ILX) Probe Enclosure for easy termination of the Single Mode Fiber Optic (FC/APC Connectors) and Shielded CAT6/5e (RJ45 Connectors) Cables.
    • RJ45 Connector: The small electrical signal from the Photodiode is carried to the GasFinder for analysis via Shielded CAT6/5e Cabling.
    • FC/APC Connector: The Laser Light is carried from the GasFinder to the Open Path (OPX) Head via Single Mode Fiber Optic Cabling.
    • Patch Cable Connection: As part of the Open Path (OPX) Head Assembly, the fittings and lengths of cabling are included.

  • How It Works

    How It Works

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  • Application Engineering Review

    Application Review

    Selecting the best tool for the job

    The more information we have the about your application the easier it is to provide you with the exact equipment configuration required. Either a Boreal Laser Representative or one of our many Distributors will work with you to ensure that this technology and product configuration is ideal for you application.

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