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Delta Showcases Energy Efficient Automation Solutions at Ozwater 2017.

By Delta on May 25th, 2017


Delta Energy Systems Australia this month showcased a number of its innovative and clean energy solutions for water treatment applications at Australia’s international water conference Ozwater 2017.

Featured this year was Delta’s Power Quality technology, which featured a live demonstration of the Active Power Filter APF2000 Series. The demonstration showed the device monitoring load current and filters harmonics in real-time, with total response time of <20ms to enable improved power factor of up to 96%, reducing harmonics (THDi) <5%, thereby lowering energy consumption and maintenance costs for industrial systems.

Another exciting showcase was Delta’s High Durability Vector Control Drive CFP2000 Series. The CFP2000 features built-in DC choke, EMC filter, PLC with 10k steps, real-time clock (RTC) and BACnet MS/TP communication. The built-in PLC function saves system costs for simple applications. The built-in DC choke effectively helps reduce harmonics and meet the international standard EN61000-3-12. The built-in EMC filter is compliance with C2 and C1 class. Moreover, uses can select optional built-in mains switch to ensure operator’s safety and provide convenient maintenance process.

Delta was also joined by iOpen, a wholly owned Australian company that specialises in the supply, service and support of automation products to provide expert advice on System Solutions.

Every year, Ozwater offers the opportunity for those working across the water industry to showcase new innovations and technologies, and work together for a sustainable water future.

Delta Showcases Taiwan Excellence Award Winning Products at CeBIT 2017.

By Delta on May 25th, 2017

ceBIT stand

Delta Energy Systems Australia along with five other Taiwan Excellence award winning brands showcased their latest technologies and innovations at CeBIT 2017.

CeBIT is the world’s largest IT trade show, making it the place to be if you want to see the latest innovations from industry leaders.

Delta products to receive the Taiwan Excellence Award included :


The Taiwan Excellence honours Taiwan’s most innovative products that provide tremendous value to users worldwide.  All products that are recipients of this award have been selected based on their excellence in R&D, design, quality, marketing and for being made in Taiwan.  Initiated by the Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA), R.O.C. in 1992, the symbol of Taiwan Excellence is recognised by 102 countries.

You can find more information about the Taiwan Excellence Awards here

Delta Acquires Delta Controls

By Delta on May 23rd, 2016

Delta Electronics has announced that its wholly owned subsidiary, Delta Electronics (Netherlands) B.V. (DEN), has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Delta Controls Inc. (Delta Controls), a leader in building automation, at a price of 220 million Canadian Dollars. This transaction is expected to be completed by the end of May, 2016.
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LOYTEC Aligns with Delta

By Delta on May 20th, 2016

LOYTEC to Join Delta Group for Smarter and Greener Building Automation Together

Delta Electronics, Inc., a global leader in power and thermal management solutions, and LOYTEC Group today jointly announced that Delta Electronics’ wholly-owned subsidiary, Delta Electronics International (Singapore) Pte. Ltd., has acquired shareholdings in Loy Tec electronics GmbH and Innocontrol electronics GmbH (hereinafter referred to as LOYTEC) for 72 million Euros (approximately NTD 2.6 billion) on April 28, 2016. The acquisition transaction will be carried out in two phases with an 85% shareholdings in both companies acquired first after signing the contract. Delta expects to acquire the remaining 15% shareholdings in both companies in the future.

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Delta Ako Renewable Energy Park in Japan

By Delta on May 20th, 2016

A Green Energy Pioneer under the Brilliant Ako Sun

Upon exiting the Banshu-Ako JR station, we have arrived at Ako City in Western Japan. The freshness of the air is a strange yet familiar feeling. Bordering the Seto Inland Sea, the location is approximately two hours from Osaka. The rural location has preserved rustic elements of nature and culture. The Chikusa River flows past the city, once renowned as one of the cleanest rivers in all of Japan. The river’s waters are still crystal clear even today. The loyal samurai spirit of the 47 Ako Ronin protecting their master more than 300 years ago has been passed down through history in The Fall of Ako Castle, which was based on historical events……

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