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Tuning and validating balancing, SOC and ensuring flawless operation of the BMS are critical for maximizing energy efficiency and score.
This article has been contributed by Calvin DeKoter, Technical Lead of the Waterloo Formula Electric Race Team at the University of Waterloo.
WINDSOR, CT – August 11, 2020 – Bloomy Controls Inc. (Bloomy) has successfully completed an annual ISO 9001:2015 assessment through an independent external audit by the American Systems Registrar (ASR), a certification body accredited by the ANSI-ASQ National Accreditation Board (ANAB). The audit verified compliance of Bloomy's quality management system (QMS), which guides its design, manufacture and provision of services for automated test, data acquisition and control systems, to the ISO 9001:2015 Standard.
As every business adapts to the global COVID-19 pandemic, Bloomy is closely monitoring the situation and adhering to the recommendations of public health officials as well as local, state and federal governments in the regions that we operate.
Excerpt from EE - Evaluation Engineering – February 2020 Aerospace Test Special Report
Bill Eccles, principal electrical engineer, Alan Murphy, western US Sales manager, and Peter Blume, president, all at Bloomy Controls Inc., said, “Bloomy is the market leader in providing complex, open platform, commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) hardware in-the-loop (HIL) test systems for airborne controls such as electronic engine controls and full-authority digital engine controls (EECs and FADECs), flight control computers, collision-avoidance systems, environmental controls, and mission computer systems.
Excerpt from E-Mobility Engineering – Show Report | Battery Show North America 2019
Bloomy Controls showcased its Battery Simulator 1200 product, which is designed primarily for testing battery management systems (BMSs).
Simulate a variety of battery module, string and pack configurations up to 1,000V
The new modules for the NI SLSC architecture test complex electronic and flight control systems.
Bloomy Controls, Inc. (Bloomy) announced today the availability of five new modules and accessories for the NI Switch, Load and Signal Conditioning (SLSC) architecture. Designed for aerospace hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) simulations for testing complex electronic control systems, Bloomy’s new SLSC products include:
Join Bloomy at NIWeek 2019, the 25th annual conference and exhibition for automated test and automated measurement professionals, at the Austin Convention Center in Austin, TX from May 20th – May 23rd.
New COTS test platforms based on the Bloomy Simulation Reference System accelerate open- and closed-loop test for FADEC/EECs, Flight Control Systems and Environmental Control Systems.