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Hello, my XDK project was to change a wired solution of measuring strain during production to a wireless solution. The Bosch XDK works to be the best solution because of it size to fit on a work piece carrier, and easy to integrate external transducer measurement. Data wirelessly transmitted via IPhone app.
Bosch XDK 110 serial number 15-01190
Industrologic SGAMP-2 strain gage amplifier
Two Half Wheatstone bridge circuits for bridge completion.
Four quarter bridge 120 ohm strain gages mounted on the machined PSE element.
Photo1- Wired measurement system using National Instruments equipment connected USB to laptop
Photo2- Wireless XDK Smart Work piece Carrier transmitted wirelessly to IPhone app.
Photo3- Components connected to XDK Smart Work piece Carrier.
Photo4- Wheatstone bridge completion and strain gage amplifier circuit
Movie 1- Bosch XDK Smart Workpiece Carrier measuring strain on the production line Crimping Station 1.
Movie 2- Another example of the Bosch XDK 110 measuring strain on the production line (differrent application)
1.What problem are you solving with your solution?
Changing a wired strain measurement system for production to a wireless system
2. How does your idea work on the software side?
Data streamer program on the XDK Workbench
3.How does your idea work on the hardware side?
ADC0_CH5 and ADC0_CH6 on the extension board for strain input
3V3 to supply voltage to the conditioning circuits.
“[X] I accept the XDK competition terms and conditions”
Hi Joe, thank you for submitting your XDK use case!
Important note: To participate in the contest you need to accept our terms and conditions. So please add the following part at the end of you post: “[X] I accept the XDK competition terms and conditions” Kind regards, Manuel