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Condition-based Monitoring Development Platform, Extends Equipment Lifetime through Advanced Vibration Sensing

Chris Murphy | Applications Engineer, Analog Devices, Inc
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WEBINAR DESCRIPTION:

Piezo accelerometers have been the gold standard vibration sensor used for decades on the most critical assets. In some cases the cost of piezo sensors and accompanying hardware prohibited them from being installed on lower criticality assets. Over the last few years MEMS accelerometers have made huge leaps forward in noise and bandwidth performance, bringing them in line with piezo accelerometers. Due to their lower cost, smaller power consumption and comparable performance MEMS accelerometers are now enabling wired and wireless CbM installations on low to high criticality assets. For this reason MEMS are fast becoming the sensor of choice for vibration based CbM.

Learning Takeaways:

1. Know the advantages of MEMS versus IEPE Piezo Accelerometers & vice versa
2. Be aware of Analog Devices IEPE Vibration Sensor Strategy and Reference Designs
3. Know how MEMS Sensors can be used in existing IEPE Piezo Accelerometer Infrastructure
4. Be aware of the optimal signal chain to measure and transmit the highest fidelity IEPE vibration sensor data
5. Know how to seamlessly transfer high fidelity vibration data from MEMS or IEPE sensors to a machine learning environment

ABOUT THE PRESENTER

Chris Murphy is an applications engineer with the European Centralized Applications Center, based in Dublin, Ireland. He has worked for Analog Devices since 2012, providing design support on motor control and industrial automation products. He holds a masterʼs of engineering in electronics by research and a bachelor’s of engineering in computer engineering.

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About the Author

Chris Murphy Applications Engineer, Analog Devices, Inc

Chris Murphy is an applications engineer with the European Centralized Applications Center, based in Dublin, Ireland. He has worked for Analog Devices since 2012, providing design support on motor control and industrial automation products. He holds a masterʼs of engineering in electronics by research and a bachelorʼs of engineering in computer engineering