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Bloomy Controls Receives NI Award

10/16/2013 10:30 AM EDT
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Armando_Valim
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Congratulations!
Armando_Valim   10/16/2013 3:08:59 PM
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Congratulations to NI Platinum Alliance Partner Bloomy Controls for winning most outstanding technical resources! Our Alliance Partners enable customers to do more with solutions based on NI technology - and Bloomy Controls is a great example of one of our most valued partners. See all of our 2013 award winning Alliance Partners here. Again, congratulations to Bloomy and our outstanding NI Alliance Partners!

- Armando Valim, NI Alliance Partner Program Manager

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MeasurementBlues   10/16/2013 11:49:48 AM
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What Software and Instruments Do We Use?
MrPeterAB   10/16/2013 11:46:35 AM
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Thanks, Martin, for the recognition.

As may be inferred by this article, LabVIEW is the software that Bloomy Controls uses to control instruments. Is this not the defacto industry standard?

Regarding hardware, we use NI PXI instruments in our Universal Test System. This is our standard platform for mixed-signal functional test of PCBAs, subassemblies, and products.  We use NI USB instruments in our compact Universal Test System . And we use NI Single-Board Reconfigurable I/O (sbRIO) in our programmable instruments such as our Battery Simulator and Headless ATE.

Since you brought up The LabVIEW Style Book, I should mention that a 40% discount code is available to subscribers of Bloomy's quarterly newsletter, as well as visitors of The LabVIEW Style Book's companion web site .

Feel free to contact me with questions or comments: (860) 298-9925 x14.

Sincerely,

Peter Blume

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