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Using LTspice to Analyse Vibration Data in Condition-Based Monitoring Systems

Date Published : 08/11/2021 Share with:

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 systems in order to give an early warning of motor failure in industrial machinery.

In this technical article, Simon Bramble, Staff applications engineer at Analog Devices explains how to take X, Y, and Z plane data from a Microsoft Excel® spreadsheet and convert it into a format to which LTspice can apply a Fourier transform to produce a plot of the harmonic content of the vibration data.

Click here to read the full Technical Article

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

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