An investigation of self-powered systems for condition monitoring applications
(2004) An investigation of self-powered systems for condition monitoring applications Sensors and Actuators A, 110, pp. 171-176.
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Over recent years there has been a growing interest in the field of micro-systems and their applications across a wide range of areas, including sensor-based systems able to operate with full galvanic isolation. This paper details the development of a self-powered system, specifically for sensor applications that can be energised on a test rig by an electromagnetic vibration-powered generator. This enables wireless operation without the use of a battery with a finite service life. The results of two systems designed for remote sensing in condition monitoring applications are discussed. The first system uses a liquid crystal display to provide the system output; the second uses an infra-red link to transmit the data output.
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|Keywords:||Energy harvesting; Self-powered; Wireless communications|
|Date Deposited:||20 Feb 2004|
|Last Modified:||31 Mar 2016 13:59|
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