Wireless acquisition of temperature data from embedded thin film sensors in cutting insert Academic Article uri icon

abstract

  • This paper presents the results of wireless data acquisition experiments from embedded micro thin film sensors in cutting inserts for machining. A bluetooth module is used to acquire data and establish communication with a receiver PC over the serial port profile (SPP). A signal conditioning circuit is designed and developed to increase the signal-to-noise ratio of the embedded micro thin film sensors. Moreover, an averaging filter algorithm is implemented as a software interface. To characterize the wireless data acquisition (DAQ) system, laser heating and turning tests are conducted. Both tests show that the wireless DAQ system is able to provide desirable capabilities as well as the wired one for the embedded thin film sensors in cutting inserts. © 2012 The Society of Manufacturing Engineers.

author list (cited authors)

  • Guha, A., Li, H., Sun, Z., Ma, C., Werschmoeller, D., & Li, X

complete list of authors

  • Guha, Anshuman||Li, Hang||Sun, Zhenguo||Ma, Chao||Werschmoeller, Dirk||Li, Xiaochun

publication date

  • January 1, 2012 11:11 AM