Hi , We want to do vibration monitoring on 6000 RPM speed motors for predictive maintenance. We are planning to use ADIS16228. Is this a suitable sensor for these kind of applications?
Thank you for your post. We don't really classify these devices in this manner. We do suspect that the ADIS16228 might have some utility in this type of application but would need the vibration profile to offer more specific feedback. Hope that helps!
Hi, Thanks for reply. Vibration profile of 6000rpm motor will be frequencies above 60hz .. does this make snese?
Typically, the noise will limit your resolution at the lower part of your frequency range, while the measurement range will be your limitation at the maximum frequency range. Let me give this a little thought and post another response. It might take a few days, as we are pretty covered up right now.
Actually, the vibration of 6000rpm motor equate to 100Hz, and you may get a vibration of 200 Hz because of the dynamic unbalance of the motor. The application is general in the design of the vibration damper for drones. I think the dynamic range of the ADIS16228's is enough for you, because of the magnitude frequency curve is pretty flat at 200 Hz, and we can guess the phase delay is tolerable. What I am not sure is that if the measurement range can meet your demand due to some unexpected resonant modes of the motor. Maybe identify the practical situation of the vibration spectrum and the need of the maximum value of the acceleration is the first step.
Hope it can be helpful !
autelLeo: Thank you for the feedback! My concern was in being able to quantify the higher-frequency artifacts but we really appreciate your insights on this.
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