Mechanical Electrical Systems Inc. has been in business as a distributor for motor controls since 1979. In 2009, MES developed and patented BLINKLESS® technology, held by its sister company Blinkless Power Equipment LLC, as used on the MicroGreen Project, a State of Indiana/ARRA grant for SAIC, which combined Lithium-Ion batteries, a methane fuel source, a generator, photovoltaic panels, and our control system on a 53 foot mobile power trailer. Expanding on this technology, Mechanical Electrical Systems designed, built, and delivered the 45kW BLINKLESS® control system used on the Hybrid Power Trailer (HPT), which was demonstrated by the US Army Corps of Engineers Engineer Research and Development Center-Construction Engineering Research Laboratory(ERDC-CERL) at the Network Integration Evaluation (NIE 16.1) in Fort Bliss, TX, and was one of the eleven technologies selected to move forward in the final report. In 2014, MES designed, built, programmed, and started-up two BLINKLESS® 250kW systems used on the SPIDERS Project in Camp Smith, Hawaii. MES used the same industrial inverter from these BLINKLESS® designs, integrated into (2) dynamometer control systems for the US Army Tank Automotive Research Development and Engineering Center (TARDEC) in Detroit, Michigan. Also, MES is currently building a Viper helicopter dynamometer control building for Aberdeen Proving Ground, in Aberdeen, Maryland.
We are a distributor for:
Nidec (Control Techniques)