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STMicroelectronics Predictive Monitoring Kit | New Product Brief

7 months ago by Mouser Electronics

STMicroelectronics Predictive Maintenance & Condition Monitoring Kit is a compact reference design for condition monitoring and predictive maintenance for industrial motors, pumps, and fans.

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STMicroelectronics Predictive Monitoring Kit

STMicroelectronics Predictive Maintenance & Condition Monitoring Kit is a compact reference design for condition monitoring and predictive maintenance for industrial motors, pumps, and fans. The kit is based on an array of ST components, including an STM32F Arm® Cortex®-M4 MCU, 6-axis inertial module, environmental sensors, a digital microphone, and power management with switching and LDO regulators. It also includes ST IO-Link PHY devices for host communication.

The firmware includes advanced time and frequency domain signal processing and analysis capabilities for the accelerometer in the inertial module, as well as algorithms for acoustic emissions. It is specifically designed to meet the physical requirements of real industrial applications and operates from an 18V to 32V supply.

  • STM32F469AI MCU with Arm® Cortex®-M4 core
  • ISM330DLC iNEMO® 6-axis inertial module
  • LPS22HB digital pressure and HTS221 RH/temperature sensor
  • Firmware examples with advanced accelerometer frequency/time domain analysis
  • Dimensions: 50mm x 9mm x 9mm
  • Supply voltage: 18V to 32V

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