Optical-to-electrical power conversion and data transmission module

Pentti Karioja, R. Jurva, Kimmo Keränen, Kari Tukkiniemi, Jouko Lammasniemi, Ari Tervonen, Marja Englund

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Abstract

Use of optical fiber to supply power for an electrical sensor or actuator is advantageous in applications where galvanic isolation between a control and remote unit is required or when immunity to electromagnetic interferences, intrinsic safety, small size, or light weight are needed. When a conventional sensor is equipped with an optical fiber, the sensor is called a fiber optic hybrid sensor (Gross, 1991; Ross, 1992); when the current conducting paths of a conventional system are replaced by optical fibers, the system is called a power-by-light (PBL) system (Landry et al., 1991). Optically powered sensors and actuators are advantageous, for example, in electric power plant instrumentation to provide galvanic isolation between a remote sensor or actuator unit and a control unit.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationApplications of Photonic Technology 2
Subtitle of host publicationCommunications, Sensing, Materials, and Signal Processing
PublisherSpringer
Pages325-332
ISBN (Electronic)978-1-47579250-8
ISBN (Print)978-1-4757-9252-2
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1996
MoE publication typeA4 Article in a conference publication
EventApplications of Photonic Technology, ICAPT '96 - Montreal, Canada
Duration: 29 Jul 19961 Aug 1996

Conference

ConferenceApplications of Photonic Technology, ICAPT '96
CountryCanada
CityMontreal
Period29/07/961/08/96

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    Karioja, P., Jurva, R., Keränen, K., Tukkiniemi, K., Lammasniemi, J., Tervonen, A., & Englund, M. (1996). Optical-to-electrical power conversion and data transmission module. In Applications of Photonic Technology 2: Communications, Sensing, Materials, and Signal Processing (pp. 325-332). Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4757-9250-8_53