The condition-based monitoring (CbM) market is experiencing significant growth as designers look to develop connected, smarter and more failure resilient equipment for the drive to Industry 4.0.
In this technical article, Chris Murphy, Staff applications engineer at Analog Devices explores why MEMS accelerometers are becoming the designer’s best choice for Condition-Based Monitoring (CbM) applications. The article gives an introduction to CbM, compares MEMS to Piezoelectric based solutions, outlines key design considerations when using MEMS sensors and provides advice for attaching and interfacing MEMS sensors to the machines being monitored.
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The ADA4355 from Analog Devices is a complete, high performance, current input μModule®. The device offers a significant PCB space savings vs. discrete solutions
Analog Devices have added two new devices to its popular series of low noise, low drift, low power, three-axis MEMS accelerometers.
With the rapid move towards digitization manufacturers are looking to extract deeper insights from their machines and assets in order to improve performance, reliability and efficiency.
Condition-based monitoring (CbM) relies on accurate interpretation of data coming from the various sensors within a system, the LTspice tool from Analog Devices can be used to analyse frequency content of vibration data in condition-based monitoring.
Analog Devices have a broad range of solutions within its advanced Industry 4.0 roadmap aimed at helping industrial equipment OEMs accelerate their path to Industry 4.0. These new solutions deliver next-generation flexibility, connectivity, and efficiency