CeramOptec (East Longmeadow, MA) has increased the temperature spec on its drop-in replacement silica fiber bundles for spectrometer systems. Applications with unusually high or low temperatures can use these fibers to work at a temperature range of -190°C to 600°C. CeramOptec uses a patented PCVD process to create high-grade specialty fibers with a wide range of profiles and dopants, numerical apertures from 0.06 to 0.66, and high radiation resistance levels.
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