An Innovative Electro-Optic Sensor for Point-Like Electric Field Measurements
The quantitative measurement of the electric field is a demanding task that has to be accomplished without perturbing the spatial distribution of the field itself and by using systems that can be operated safely also when intense electric fields have to be measured. In this paper it is presented an innovative fully dielectric electro-optic sensor suitable for measuring electric field in the range 150 V/m÷1 MV/m. An application example: the electric field shields characterization will be presented as a novel application.
KeywordsElectro-optic sensor Birefringent crystal Electric field measurements Shields characterization
This work has been financed by the Research Fund for the Italian Electrical System under the Contract Agreement between RSE and the Ministry of Economic Development.
We gratefully thank our colleagues C. Chemelli for the realization of the innovative ITO-Au-ITO deposition for the facial masks and R. Malgesini for the measurements in the High Voltage facility.
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