Our 1800°F/1000°C pressure and temperature sensors have been used by all major gas turbine development teams. Multi-measurand optical sensors (dynamic pressure, static pressure and temperature concurrently from a singe sensor) are now available to characterise gas turbine systems in new ways. We have a range of sensors to suit all engines and signal conditioning equipment. Our partnership development model is the way to integrate Oxsensis technology into your program.
High temperature operation capability of optical combustion sensors provides higher fidelity, more reliable operation and simplification by not requiring wave-guides. EMI immunity reduces weight and wiring complexity.Optical sensors
Compressor Active Stability Management (CASM) Sensor is being developed with GE to directly detect impending stalls for GE compressors.
Working with Oxford University, OTFL, we are developing a blade tip monitoring sensor that integrates optical dynamic pressure measurement and eddy current blade tip clearance within a single sensor.Blade tip monitoring