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The DiTeSt SMARTprofile combined strain and temperature sensors are designed for distributed  deformation (average strain) and temperature monitoring over long distances


The DiTeSt SMARTprofile sensor consist of one or two bonded and two free single mode optical fibres embedded in a polyethylene thermoplastic profile. The bonded fibers are used for strain monitoring, while the free fibers are used for temperature measurements (quantitative if sensor deformation <0.2%, qualitative if sensor deformation >0.2%) and to compensate temperature effects on the bonded fibers. For redundancy, two fibers are included for both strain and temperature monitoring. The profile itself provides good mechanical, chemical and temperature resistance. The size of the profile makes the sensor easy to transport and install by fusing, gluing or clamping. The SMARTProfile sensor is designed for use in environments often found in civil, geotechnical and oil & gas applications. However, this sensor cannot be used in extreme temperature environments, nor in environments with high chemical pollution. It is not recommended for installation under permanent UV radiation (e.g. sunshine).


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  • Distributed temperature & strain sensing
  • Multi functional
  • Single cable design
  • DiTeStÒ compatible
  • Mechanically reinforced
  • Chemically resistant
  • Easy and rapid installation
  • Light weight and small dimensions


  • Strain monitoring fibers 2 or 1 on request
  • Temperature monitoring fibers 2 or 1 on request
  • Maximal length ~3 km
  • Strain range -1.5% compression to +1.5% elongation
  • Temperature range -40°C up to +60°C in long term operation
  • Calibration only during production
  • Temperature compensation compensated trough temperature sensing fibers (strain < 0.5%)
  • Stability > 20 years
  • Dimensions ~ 3.5 x ~ 8 mm
  • Sensor weight ~ 22 kg / km
  • Minimal bending radius ~ 400 mm
  • Max tensile strain 1.5%
  • Max hydrostatic pressure 3x107 Pa (300 bars)
  • Chemical resistance good to fair
  • Optical connectors E2000 APC with protected pigtails (other on request)