Bryan Thieme Phones & Addresses

  • Colgate, WI
  • Richfield, WI
  • Germantown, WI
  • 2053 7Th St, Grand Rapids, MI 49504 (616) 453-9631
  • Walker, MI
  • 120 Locust St, Big Rapids, MI 49307 (231) 592-3150
  • Sturgis, MI
  • 292 Saint Augustine Rd, Colgate, WI 53017


Company: Johnson controls advanced power solutions Aug 2010 to Aug 2013 Address: Milwaukee, Wisconsin Position: Senior electrical engineer


Degree: MBA School / High School: Grand Valley State University 2007 to 2010 Specialities: Finance





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Senior Electrical Engineer At Johnson Controls Advanced Power Solutions

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Senior Electrical Engineer at Johnson Controls Advanced Power Solutions
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Johnson Controls Advanced Power Solutions - Milwaukee, Wisconsin since Aug 2010
Senior Electrical Engineer

Johnson Controls Inc Jan 2006 - Aug 2010
Electronics Project Engineer

Bissell Homecare Inc May 2003 - Jan 2006
Test Engineer / Test Development Engineer

Ferris State University Aug 2000 - Jun 2003
Network Administrator
Grand Valley State University 2007 - 2010
MBA, Finance
Ferris State University 1999 - 2003
BS, Electronics Engineering


Us Patents

Lighting Devices

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US Patent:
2011000, Jan 13, 2011
Mar 21, 2008
Appl. No.:
Thomas Scott Hodgson - Holland MI,
Kathleen M. Pacheco - Holland MI,
Steven M. Spoerre - Holland MI,
Randy L. Arendsen - Zeeland MI,
Art Vonderwell - Dexter MI,
Bryan T. Jones - Holland MI,
Mark J. Bussis - Hudsonville MI,
Rodney J. Tindall - Zeeland MI,
Theron J. Hicks - Grand Rapids MI,
Chad Wernicke - Holland MI,
Bryan Thieme - Grand Rapids MI,
International Classification:
B60Q 1/14
H05B 37/02
F21S 8/10
US Classification:
315 77, 315291, 315362, 362549
Lighting devices for a vehicle are disclosed that can include a light emitting diode and control circuitry for the light emitting diode. Also disclosed are circuits for a light emitting diode. Additionally, a method of forming a lighting device is disclosed. The lighting device, circuits, and method can be used, for example, to illuminate the interior of a vehicle.

Manufacturing Service Disconnect That Is Part Of Busbar

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US Patent:
2013033, Dec 12, 2013
Jun 5, 2013
Appl. No.:
Stephen D. Cash - Cary IL,
Gary P. Houchin-Miller - Milwaukee WI,
Mikhail S. Balk - Brown Deer WI,
Bryan L. Thieme - Colgate WI,
Richard M. DeKeuster - Racine WI,
International Classification:
H01M 2/34
F16P 3/00
US Classification:
429158, 307326, 296231
A battery system includes at least a first battery module and a second battery module, and a service disconnect unit electrically coupling the first battery module to the second battery module. The service disconnect unit comprises a bus bar that includes a first portion electrically connected to the first battery module, and a second portion electrically connected to the second battery module. The service disconnect unit also comprises a removable conductive member configured to electrically connect the first portion of the bus bar to the second portion of the bus bar.
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