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  • (cur | prev) 09:31, 22 June 2021 m . . (52,651 bytes) (0) . . (Escoda Michael moved page How to perform condition monitoring on STM32 to AI:How to perform condition monitoring on STM32: Previously without namspace)

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  • (cur | prev) 09:48, 4 March 2021 . . (52,651 bytes) (+52,651) . . (Created page with "This article aims to provide a step-by-step guide for the readers to set up a vibration-based condition monitoring solution using an STM32 sensor board. The anomaly detection...")

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