CeramOptec has introduced a range of silica fibre bundles and assemblies that are ideal for a variety of light delivery systems. If an application is light-limited, the high-NA products get more light to the sensor. For unusually high or low temperature applications CeramOptec produces fibres that can work at temperatures as high as 600°C and down to -190°C.
CeramOptec uses a patented PCVD process to create high-grade specialty fibres with a wide range of profiles and dopants, numerical apertures from 0.06 to 0.66, and high radiation resistance levels. Fibres are drawn in-house before being assembled into fibre optic bundles and assemblies. This ensures customers the finest transmission, highest temperature capability, and widest range of numerical apertures.