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Delta Electronics to Exhibit Its Latest Energy-Efficient Building Automation Solutions and UPS Series At CeBIT Australia 2014

Delta Electronics, Inc., a global leader in power and thermal management solutions, announced today that it is showcasing a broad range of energy-efficient solutions for a variety of applications at CeBIT Australia 2014. Delta’s building automation solutions for HVAC systems commonly enable up to 50% in energy savings which is a significant benefit for Australian enterprises that must deal with some of the highest electricity costs in the world. Delta is also introducing its uninterruptible power supply (UPS) products in the Australian marketplace that are highly adaptable, scalable and capable of enhancing the energy efficiency and reliability of mission critical applications, such as banking, healthcare, telecom services, mid-sized datacenters and others.

Delta Electronics, under the guidance of its corporate mission “to provide innovative, clean and energy-efficient solutions for a better tomorrow”, is committed to delivering world-class standards of energy conservation to Australia. Thus, as an end-to-end solutions provider capable of fulfilling the different needs of small, medium and large enterprises, Delta will present at CeBIT Australia 2014:

  • Building Automation Solutions include the Intelligent Sensorless Vector Control Drive CP2000 which enables prime energy conservation in HVAC systems in buildings. The CP2000 has control functions for pumps and fans in the HVAC systems, including PID control, sleep/wake-up modes, flying start and skip frequency. It also supports high speed communication interfaces with built-in MODBUS RS-485 and BACnet protocols, and provides fire mode and bypass functions for HVAC system operation safety. Delta’s Integrated Elevator Drive IED series provide installation space and cost saving solutions for elevator system in buildings, and users are able to monitor real-time elevator operation with Human Machine Interfaces (HMI). Delta’s building automation solutions provide greener and better living/working environments.
  • Single-phase rack-mount UPS – The Amplon RT Series UPS (5/6/10 kVA) are energy-saving backup power solutions that help enhance the competitiveness of medium to small network devices, POS systems, security and surveillance systems. Indeed, its double-conversion on-line technology, high power density, low current harmonics and 1+1 parallel redundancy function can provide the highest standards of reliability and energy efficiency to Australian businesses.
  • Three-phase monoblock UPS – The Ultron HPH Series UPS (20/30/40 kW) are engineered to achieve leading AC-AC power efficiency of up to 96% for mission critical applications such as industrial equipment, data centers, traffic control facilities, broadcast stations and backbone networks. The HPH series UPS is a new-generation system that delivers optimal power performance (kVA=kW). The HPH Series was awarded the CIIF (China International Industrial Fair) Silver Award in November 2013 while being designated by the organizers as a new technology and breakthrough product in the global high tech industry.
  • Three-phase modular UPS –The Modulon DPH Series UPS (25-200 kW) offers a scalable architecture that allows customers to optimize capital expenditures by aligning their power demands with the business growth without over-sizing power backup capacity. Its self-synchronized power and control module, as well as its hot-swappable feature ensure Mean Time to Repair (MTTR) close to zero without downtime risk. Energy savings are palpable given its leading AC-AC operating efficiency of 95% at 30% light load and 96% from 50% load.

Delta’s stand at CeBIT Australia 2014 is located at booth D39 in the Sydney Olympic Park from May 5th to 7th. Discover new ways to enhance the energy savings of your business and its overall competitiveness with Delta.

About Delta Group

Delta Group, founded in 1971, is the global leader in power and thermal management solutions. Our mission statement, “To provide innovative, clean and energy-efficient solutions for a better tomorrow,” focuses our role in addressing key environmental issues such as global climate change. As an energy-saving solutions provider, Delta's businesses encompass power electronics, energy management, and smart green life. Delta has sales offices worldwide, with R&D centers and manufacturing facilities in Taiwan, China, USA, Europe, Thailand, Japan, Singapore, India, Mexico, and Brazil.

Throughout its history, Delta Group has received many global awards and recognition for its business milestones, innovative technology and corporate social responsibility. Since 2011, Delta has been selected as a member of the prestigious Dow Jones Sustainability™ World Index (DJSI World) for 3 consecutive years. In 2013 it was also included in the DJSI Emerging Markets Index and ranked first in six criteria among DJSI’s World-leading Electronic Equipment, Instrument and Component Companies segment.

For detailed information on Delta Group, please visit: www.deltaww.com .

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