A-IBPFOC Fiberoptic Blood Pressure Sensor

The 1f fiberoptic catheter with a 300mmHg pressure range is designed for measuring BP in mice as well as large animals,  The high frequency response and stability of the sensor allows for long term accuracy, repeatability, low drift and high fidelity pressure measurements.



The A-IBPFOC requires the Lifesens Amplifier for Fiber optic pressure sensors. 

iWorx offers the Opsens Fiber Optic pressure catheters in sizes starting at 1.0F. These catheters are recommended for measuring pressure in small vessels as well as ventricular pressures in small rodents. They are also highly recommended for recording arterial and chamber pressures in large animals. Being fiberoptic, they are suited for MRI applications as well.
Fiber Optic catheters offer superior sensitivity and temporal resolution compared to fluid-filled catheters and are generally more suitable for measuring intracardiac pressures from animal species with high intrinsic heart rates.


  • Physiological pressure monitoring
  • Intra vascular blood pressure
  • Urodynamic
  • Intra cranial pressure
  • Intra uterine pressure
  • Intra ocular
  • Intra-aortic balloon pumping
  • Pressure measurement under electro-surgery,
  • MRI and MW/RF related practices
Specifications for the Catheter 
Catheter Length 50 mm
Catheter Diameter 304µm OD (1F)
Cable Diameter 0.304 mm OD
Cable length 2m
Pressure range – 300 mmHg to + 350 mmHg
Precision ± 1 mmHg
Resolution 0.2 mmHg
Moisture drift (typical) < 3 mmHg/28 days
Thermal coefficient of Zero (typical) 0.2 mmHg per °C
Proof pressure 4000 mmHg
Operating temperature 10 °C to 50 °C
Operating humidity range 0-100%
EM/RF/MR/MW susceptibility Complete immunity
Cable length 1.5 meters standard (Other lengths available)
Optical connector SC standard

Design Your System

Choose the parameters you want to Measure

EMG : Number of Channels
Invasive BP : Number of Channels
Non-Invasive BP : Number of Channels
Flow : Number of Channels
Temperature: Number of Channels
Force: Number of Channels
Stimulation: Describe the type

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