|By Business Wire||
|July 22, 2014 04:45 AM EDT||
Delta Electronics, Inc., a global leader in thermal and power management solutions, announced today it will exhibit its own branded energy-efficient solutions for the first time at Techno-Frontier 2014. Under the brand promise of “Smarter. Greener. Together.”, Delta’s industrial automation, data center infrastructure, electric vehicle (EV) charging, networking, and renewable energy solutions can help Japan alleviate its critical energy issues.
Mr. Yancey Hai, chairman of Delta highlighted, “Our corporate mission is “To provide innovative, clean and energy-efficient solutions for a better tomorrow”. The main pillars of Delta’s focus on innovation are our core competence in power electronics and our strong R&D capabilities. We have evolved amid market challenges and created two new major business categories, Energy Management and Smart Green Life, which will contribute to mankind’s fight against global warming and energy shortages. From 2010 to 2013, Delta’s energy-efficient products and solutions have helped customers achieve up to 11.9 billion kWh in energy savings, which is equal to a reduction of 6.4 million tons of carbon emissions. Delta strives to enhance the competitiveness of our customers as well as protect the environment.”
Mr. C.H. Ko, general manager of Delta Electronics Japan said, “We support the leading telecom carrier in Japan with smart energy management solutions that boast the world’s highest energy conversion efficiency at 97.5% and the highest power density of 56.8W/in3, along with networking equipment that is currently empowering the next-generation 4G LTE wave. Delta’s high efficiency designs can not only reduce the cost of infrastructure, but also the maintenance and operation costs such as from changing traditional fan filters. Delta’s telecom power solutions can help telecom carriers achieve substantial energy savings.”
For renewable energy, Delta will exhibit a PV inverter that offers the highest energy conversion efficiency in the Japanese market (JIS standards) of >96.5%. Its anti-corrosion design is ideal for conditions in Japan such as coastal humidity and limited installation space. For electric vehicle charging solutions, Delta will exhibit 12 DC-power EV quick chargers with 94% efficiency and anti-corrosion design for stable charging in the humid climate of Japan.
Delta has built its success in Japan over the past 25 years through long-term relationships with world-class IT and consumer electronics brands such as Sony, Panasonic, Fujitsu, Sharp, Toshiba, Hitachi, NEC and others. In the Energy Management category, Delta has succeeded in delivering several integrated solutions such as a 2MW solar PV installation on Awaji Island and hybrid energy management solutions at Tohoku University. From front-end design and installation to back-end system management we offer complete services for integrated LED lighting, electronics vehicle charging, and solar energy. Delta has also set up a new R&D center in Shinagawa that is devoted to research in integrating power and energy savings, and providing innovative services.
Techno-Frontier 2014, one of the most influential technology exhibitions in Japan, will be held at Big Sight in Tokyo from July 23rd to 25th, 2014. We welcome you to visit Delta at booth East 2 Hall 2A-212.
Delta will exhibit the following state-of-the-art solutions to Techno-Frontier 2014:
Telecom Network Energy Solutions: Delta offers telecom carriers the world’s highest power density telecom power equipment at 56.8W/in3 that includes the DPR 3000B rectifiers with up to 97.5% energy conversion efficiency and advanced hybrid cooling technology. This saves energy by reducing heat generation by 70% compared to traditional power module.
Delta will also exhibit its 4G LTE outdoor power solutions, including fan-free and maintenance-free micro base stations, heat exchanges, and air conditioning and refrigeration-type outdoor power systems. Delta can also satisfy various customers’ needs for building a network with outdoor enclosure cooling efficiency using integrated power systems and thermal management.
Networking Solutions: Delta’s showcase will include state-of-the-art networking equipment such as 4G LTE outdoor CPEs and 4G LTE micro base stations that empower high-speed ultra-broadband internet traffic for the optimum user experience, while providing cost efficiency for operators. In addition, Delta will exhibit its “Smart Metering Communication Platform” for Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) applications. With AMI deployment, utility companies can obtain electricity demand information rapidly, which enables them to respond and distribute power more efficiently.
Renewable Energy Solutions: Delta will present PV inverters that offer the highest energy conversion efficiency of >96.5% in the Japanese market (JIS standards). The PV inverters offer advanced features to meet the requirements of grid connection in Japan such as reactive power control and an anti-corrosion, lightweight, compact structure, ideal for local conditions such as humid weather and limited installation space.
EV Charging Solutions: At Techno-Frontier 2014, Delta will exhibit 12 DC-power EV Quick Chargers including the DCJ Series which boasts a CHAdeMO/ SAE Combo (certified) dual system and durable protection against adverse winters and coastal humidity. The DCJ Series is the first EV charger to qualify for the subsidy program offered to operators by the Next Generation Vehicle Promotion Center in Japan.
Industrial Automation Solutions: Three major applications include: Motion control for machinery; building automation for heat, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems; and process automation for water treatment facilities. For prime reliability and efficiency in high-end industrial machine applications, Delta’s latest PAC motion control systems integrate advanced mid-range AH-500 Series PLCs, highly versatile HMIs and the unique precision of our ASDA-A2 Series AC servo drives.
InfraSuite Datacenter Infrastructure Solutions: Delta will demonstrate a virtual tour of its new InfraSuite Datacenter Infrastructure Solutions, with the features of scalability, high integration, manageability, ease-of-maintenance, standardization, and modularity. As a green solutions provider, Delta is determined to help enterprises to achieve up to 25% energy savings in their data centers through the implementation of InfraSuite. InfraSuite optimizes the customer experience with four main modules: Power Management, Rack and Accessories, Precision Cooling, and Environment Management System. We will also showcase our brand new Datacenter Infrastructure Management (DCIM) system, which simultaneously integrates all facility and IT equipment on one comprehensive platform that is constantly alert protecting data centers 24/7.
Industrial Power Supplies: Delta will also showcase its standard industrial power supplies including the PJ and PJB series of open frame power supplies specially designed for the Japanese market. Both series come with conformal coating on the PCBAs to protect against dust and chemical pollutants and use only recognized Japanese capacitors to enhance product reliability. The intelligent designs of these series enable conversion of the products into L frame or enclosed types which allows for higher operational flexibility. These products are typically used in demanding applications with space constraints such as CNC machines and robotic arms. The PJB series also offers extra features such as a Power Boost of up to 200% for 10 seconds. Such features enable reserve power to be available for reliable startup of loads with high inrush current.
Residential Fan Solutions: Delta offers DC-powered fans for residential applications that integrate LED lighting and are able to achieve up to 60% energy savings versus traditional fans in the marketplace. The showcase also includes a wide portfolio of heat exchangers, from 10W/K to 230W/K, that offer customers outstanding performance with low noise and high thermal exchange efficiency through a design that boasts prime-quality fans, an optimized thermal core and a lightweight compact structure.
Delta, 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 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 three 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, please visit: www.deltaww.com.
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