Fiber Optics

Fiber optic systems are typically used in harsh conditions, including high vibration, extreme heat, and noisy, wet, corrosive or explosive environments. Fibers are also used in confined areas since many models can be bent to fit precisely where needed. Glass fibers are mostly used in challenging environments, such as applications with high temperatures, corrosive materials or moisture. Plastic fibers are typically used for more general purpose applications where they can tolerate extreme bending and be cut to length to fit in limited space setups. Banner Engineering offers a wide range of fiber optics and compatible fiber optic amplifiers

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  1. Right Angle Fiber Optics

    A right angle fiber requires less space for installation and has easy mounting with a single nut.

  2. Plastic Fiber Optics

    Plastic fibers are used for general purpose applications where they can tolerate extreme bending and be cut to length to fit in limited space.

  3. Glass Fiber Optics

    Solve numerous challenging sensing applications in the most hostile environments, including temperatures up to 480 C, corrosive materials and more.

  4. Array & Slot Fiber Optics For Small Part Counting

    Array and slot fibers are customizable for a simple setup and provide an optimal solution for small part counting applications.

  5. High Flexibility Fiber Optics

    Ideal for machines with reciprocating motions and when fibers need to be repeatedly bent. Best use on moving machines, such as robotic arms.

  6. Stainless Steel Sheathed Fiber Optics

    Rugged Stainless Steel Sheathed fiber optics models resist kinking, cutting and snagging and have a low profile to easily embed in machines.

  7. Focused & Extended Range Fiber Optics

    Lensed fiber models provide increased performance & reliability. Ideal for long range applications or focused beam for small features or objects.

  8. High Temperature Fiber Optics

    High temp fiber optics are used where the temperature is too hot for plastic fibers. Popular use in thermal process applications.

  9. Specialty Fiber Optics

    Fibers for liquid level detection, Ferrule, Probe, and side view sensing end tips, as well as custom fibers for specific applications.