Our integrated circuits and reference designs enable you to build condition monitoring module applications with a high-speed signal chain, powerful processing and different wired and wireless interfaces to connect to the external world.
Condition monitoring module designs often require:
- High-resolution, high-speed conversion with low-power vibration front end.
- Efficient scalable FFT processing to predict potential machine failures.
- Edge processing to reduce system power and lower network bandwidth.
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