7 April 2009 Low power sensor network for wireless condition monitoring
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Abstract
For comprehensive fatigue tests and surveillance of large scale structures, a vibration monitoring system working in the Hz and sub Hz frequency range was realized and tested. The system is based on a wireless sensor network and focuses especially on the realization of a low power measurement, signal processing and communication. Regarding the development, we met the challenge of synchronizing the wireless connected sensor nodes with sufficient accuracy. The sensor nodes ware realized by compact, sensor near signal processing structures containing components for analog preprocessing of acoustic signals, their digitization, algorithms for data reduction and network communication. The core component is a digital micro controller which performs the basic algorithms necessary for the data acquisition synchronization and the filtering. As a first application, the system was installed in a rotor blade of a wind power turbine in order to monitor the Eigen modes over a longer period of time. Currently the sensor nodes are battery powered.
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Ch. Richter, Ch. Richter, B. Frankenstein, B. Frankenstein, L. Schubert, L. Schubert, B. Weihnacht, B. Weihnacht, H. Friedmann, H. Friedmann, C. Ebert, C. Ebert, } "Low power sensor network for wireless condition monitoring", Proc. SPIE 7293, Smart Sensor Phenomena, Technology, Networks, and Systems 2009, 72930J (7 April 2009); doi: 10.1117/12.815463; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.815463
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