By Steve Burtch / Reuters A software tool designed to help the maintenance of a battery’s internal state will be officially released in 2020.
The battery-management software, called ACRO (Advanced Battery Control) is a companion to an existing battery-monitoring software called Battery Management Analyzer (BMA), and was first released in 2015.
It monitors the battery’s state by measuring the charge and voltage level.
The software monitors the charge level by measuring how much charge the battery has at any given time, and how much the battery is charging at a particular time.
This data is used to calculate the battery-life, or the amount of time the battery can be kept at a steady charge, without over-charging.
The ACRO software monitors battery health at different stages of the battery life cycle, such as when the battery was being charged, and when it was fully charged.
It will also monitor the battery when it is not being charged.
“The ACro is an easy to use, comprehensive and accurate battery monitoring tool,” says Rob Wiesner, chief executive officer at Acrobat.
“ACRO has been developed in collaboration with BMA, which has provided the framework for a battery-health monitoring suite that is both comprehensive and easy to understand.”ACRO’s goal is to provide the user with a comprehensive and detailed battery health monitor that is simple to use and can be easily integrated into any battery-based system.
The ACRO Battery Health Monitoring (ACRO-BHM) tool also uses BMA’s state monitoring, which helps to maintain battery health.”BMA and Acrobat are a great example of a successful partnership that has provided an efficient, reliable and easy-to-use battery-control solution to the consumer,” said Matt Hickey, chief operating officer of BMA.
“The addition of ACRO to our software portfolio and our partnership with Acrobat will further enhance our battery-care solutions for our customers.”
The battery health monitoring software was first introduced in 2015 by BMA and now has over 400,000 users worldwide.