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.
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The ADE9430 from Analog Devices is a highly accurate, fully integrated, polyphase energy and power quality monitoring device.
The ADXL367 from Analog Devices is an ultralow power, 3-axis microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) accelerometer that consumes just 0.89 μA at a 100 Hz output data rate and 180 nA when in motion-triggered wake-up mode
The ADuM642xA family from Analog Devices are quad-channel digital isolators with an isoPower, integrated, isolated dc-to-dc converter.
The ADA4099 series of precision operational amplifiers from Analog Devices are a range of high-performance op amps designed to meet the demands of modern precision applications.
The Analog Devices LT8604 is a compact, high speed synchronous monolithic step-down switching regulator that delivers up to 120mA with high efficiency at constant switching frequency, even up to 2.2MHz.