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DECEMBER 2020 NEWLETTER

December 2020 Newletter

Newsletter December 2020

Newsletter: December 2020

Pi Innovo's OpenECU BMU – Battery Management Master Controller

Combined Battery Management Unit (BMU) Master & High Voltage Circuitry is an OpenECU BMU rapid control prototyping embedded controller for Battery Management System (BMS). It provides control of the battery pack contactors and monitoring of the pack voltages and current, supports isoSPI cell monitoring unit (CMU) slaves selected by customer to provide a complete battery management solution, and supports customers to develop BMS application using OpenECU Simulink or C API.

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ECU & Component Volume Production Capabilities

Pi Innovo has expertise in engineering, test, product cost, component supply chain & global manufacturing supply base, and can provide the resources necessary to manage the project through design, new product introduction and volume production. Our capabilities cover all aspects of managing safety critical ECU production from supplier selection, process validation, PPAP and in-process tool creation and specification. Check out our updated section on VOLUME PRODUCTION for more information on our capabilities and process expertise.

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Power-Line Communications (PLC)

Power-Line Communication (PLC) is used during charging of electric vehicles around the world and is a must-have in today’s electric vehicle (EV) market. PLC allows the charging station (aka electric vehicle supply equipment or EVSE) and the EV to negotiate charging sessions, allowing various charging profiles and potentially to negotiate payment. Pi Innovo’s M560 and M580 modules have PLC capability built in.

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Michigan Electric Racing (MER) + Pi Innovo

University Highlight: MER

Formula SAE Team from University of Michigan: Michigan Electric Racing (MER)

About Formula SAE:

“SAE International's Collegiate Design Series (CDS) competitions take students beyond textbook theory by enabling them to design, build, and test the performance of a real vehicle and then compete with other students from around the globe in exciting and intense competitions.”- SAE

Learn more about the team.


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