VIDEO: Operating a Liftgate with the Maxwell ESM
February 08, 2016 | Mark Burnside, Sr. Product Manager, Engine Starting
Are you a fleet operator or professional truck driver who deals with expensive roadside jump-starts because of dead batteries caused by using the liftgate? Play the video below to watch how the ultracapacitors in Maxwell’s Engine Start Module (ESM) can solve that problem.
Sr. Product Manager, Engine Starting
About this author
Mark Burnside joined Maxwell Technologies in 2008 as senior manager of program management, responsible for managing cross-functional teams in the development of ultracapacitor products from concept through production release. He contributed to the development of the Engine Start Module (ESM) product from its inception and was promoted to senior product manager, engine starting, in 2013.
Mark is a member of the Electrical Generating Systems Association (EGSA) and an Associate Corporate member of the American Trucking Association (ATA) and the Technology & Maintenance Council (TMC). Throughout his 40-year career he has held engineering management, program management and marketing management positions for several leading commercial high-tech companies, including Varian Associates, Xerox, Maxtor, Iomega and Ametek Programmable Power. For a six-year period, Mark owned and operated four Batteries Plus commercial/retail outlets, marketing and selling batteries to truck, bus and fleet customers. He holds a Bachelor of Science in electrical engineering and computer science from the University of California at Berkeley.
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