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Choosing the Most Suitable MEMS Accelerometer for Your Application-Part 1

Date Published : 04/11/2021 Share with:

MEMS sensors are an integral component for any Condition-based monitoring (CbM) system, careful selection of the sensor is critical to meet the application needs.

In part 1 of this technical article, Chris Murphy, Staff applications engineer at Analog Devices discusses Accelerometers, Inclination and Tilt Sensing, the effects of High Temperature and Dynamic Environments and Stabilization applications.

Click here to read Part 1 of the Technical Article

Click here to download the Analog Devices Condition-Based Monitoring brochure

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