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55 Darling Drive Avon CT 06019 United States
Phone 1888-342-3743
Phone 2 770-798-5555

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  • OFS shared an update
    PostedFriday, May 26,2017 at 10:50 AM
    This webinar is designed to help integrators add value to your customer and will address one small, but very critical aspect of the design and what enables it all to operate https://ofs.webinato.com/register/29811493238983
    
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    This webinar is designed to help integrators add value to your customer and will address one small, but very critical aspect of the design and what enables it all to operate – the proper choice of fiber optics for the system’s environment.
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  • OFS shared an update
    PostedMonday, October 24,2016 at 2:36 PM
    Visiting Rockwell Automation Fair 2016 in Atlanta on November 9-10? Pete Suttmeier and Natasha Juhasz from OFS are happy to meet you there and talk about your needs for optical fiber and cables.
  • OFS shared an update
    PostedMonday, April 25,2016 at 5:22 PM
    Enhanced safety and improved production yields are all-important for land and subsea oil operations. With recent enhancements in performance and reliability for harsh environments, including high temperature, high pressure, hydrogen rich environments, OFS provides optical fiber solutions that are well-matched with the needs of DTS in the oil and gas industry. Optical fibers can now move beyond the realm of data transport and function as direct, and fully distributed, sensors. For relatively short distance measurements (up to 15 km) Raman-based backscatter methods are commonly used for fiber interrogation. This enables well and pipeline operators to measure, in near real-time, an entire well bore or pipeline span with resolution of 1 meter or less.. Read more on DTS sensing at http://www.ofsoptics.com/oil-gas-distributed-temperature-sensing.html
  • OFS shared an update
    PostedMonday, April 11,2016 at 11:58 AM

    Confining light to an air core fiber is not easily done using traditional guidance methods such as total internal reflection. In this presentation we demonstrate guidance in air using photonic band gap guidance and anti-resonant rings. Single-mode hollow-core optical fibers with large cores, resulting in low loss are shown. We also present the attenuation dependence in these fibers and how, using fibers that guide light in air, we are able extend the wavelength range of silica fibers out to the infra-red.