Integrated active sensor system for real time vibration monitoring

@inproceedings{Liang2015IntegratedAS,
  title={Integrated active sensor system for real time vibration monitoring},
  author={Qijie Liang and Xiaoqin Yan and Xinqin Liao and Shiyao Cao and Shengnan Lu and Xin Zheng and Yue Zhang},
  booktitle={Scientific reports},
  year={2015}
}
We report a self-powered, lightweight and cost-effective active sensor system for vibration monitoring with multiplexed operation based on contact electrification between sensor and detected objects. The as-fabricated sensor matrix is capable of monitoring and mapping the vibration state of large amounts of units. The monitoring contents include: on-off state, vibration frequency and vibration amplitude of each unit. The active sensor system delivers a detection range of 0-60 Hz, high accuracy… CONTINUE READING
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