Condition monitoring module

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Condition monitoring module

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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.

Design requirements:

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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Technical articles SigCon Architect: The keys to your high-speed design 27 Oct 2015
Technical articles JESD204B: Determining your link configuration 24 Sep 2014
Technical articles Why application-specific MCU’s are a better solution for PLC than an ASIC 17 Nov 2011
Analog Design Journal Designing a front-end interface for vibration sensors that monitor machine healt 13 Jul 2018
Technical articles Experiment away! New motor kits make it easy to test and learn 03 Dec 2014
White paper Making factories smarter, more productive through predictive maintenance 02 Nov 2016
Analog Design Journal High-side current sources for industrial applications 02 Apr 2019

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