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2020 Hindsight – The End of Energy Efficiency

By Delta on July 29th, 2019


10 years into LED – End of Life – What is the economic model going forward? The end of the energy efficiency model.

Industry 4.0, Industrial Internet of Things (IIOT), Smart Factory, Machine to Machine (M2M) are akin to the buzzwords associated with Smart City. What does it really mean? Is it really SCADA rebranded? And what are the benefits?

During the last 10 years we have seen significant changes to industrial warehouse lighting where the economic benefit  for replacing old 400 watt Mercury and Metal Halide Highbays has seen the rapid deployment of low cost LED Highbays. As we approach 2020 we are approaching the end of life for those early LED deployments and with the energy efficiency modelling harder to justify, what will be the economic model for these replacements? Is there an economic model for a Smart Factory?

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Delta Unveils Megawatt UPS for Hyper-scale Data Centers

By Delta on July 29th, 2019

Delta Ultron DPS600kVA UPS

Delta’s Ultron DPS 600kVA UPS features megawatt power capacity with parallel configurations and the world’s smallest footprint, which makes it the best suited backup power solution for hyper-scale data centres that greatly require power density and space utilisation.

Delta, a global provider of power and thermal management solutions, announced the global launch of its Ultron DPS series 600kVA uninterruptible power supply (UPS) in response to growing demands from colocation or cloud service providers to build hyper-scale data centres. The Ultron DPS 600kVA is a mono-block UPS system, which supports megawatt power capacity with up to 8 parallel units and the world’s smallest footprint, and creates more space for revenue-generating IT racks. The new DPS series features proactive intelligence. By self-diagnosing the status of key components and the system, the UPS gives pre-warnings to IT managers to minimise downtime risks, and further lower the total cost of ownership.
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Delta Showcases Data Center Infrastructure Solutions and UPS at Security Exhibition & Conference 2019

By Delta on July 29th, 2019


Sydney, Australia, July 24-26, 2019– Delta Electronics (Australia) Pty Ltd showcased its portfolio of Data Center Infrastructure total solutions and Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPS) products and solutions at Security Exhibition & Conference 2019 at Sydney’s International Convention Centre. At this event, Delta highlighted its Micro Data Center, Data Center Infrastructure Management (DCIM), Rack Solutions and Environmental Management System (EMS) alongside its UPS portfolio.

This year’s event is a collaboration between Delta Electronics, Delta Group surveillance solutions specialist Vivotek and Australian channel partner Senzatek to showcase critical power within the security industry, transport and government sectors. Speaking at the Delta and Vivotek booth No. VIVOTEK G28, Mr. Max Perez, Delta Critical Infrastructure Systems Regional Manager, said, “This year’s event is a collaboration between Delta Electronics, Vivotek and Australian channel partner Senzatek. I’m very excited to display our value added solutions to this important event. Delta can provide with full turn-key, Datacenter, Micro Datacenter, Rack and power management solutions along with our monitoring software DCIM. I’m looking forward to be there with the team.”

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2020 Hindsight – The Energy Revolution

By Delta on July 5th, 2019

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First it was energy efficient LED lighting, efficient solar panels, intelligent inverters and storage systems and software that must be driven from our mobile smart phones with fancy names like blockchain and crypto mining and when we have a few moments and stop, those of us in the energy industry realize we are in the midst of an energy revolution. And like a revolution, there is often blood; winners and losers, pioneers who found their pot of gold and those that didn’t make it or don’t know they are not about to make it.

Around the world, the regulated model of energy is struggling to cope with the change that is upon us. Legacy centralized power systems are making way, or in the case of a revolution, being mothballed by decentralized organic renewable energy networks. Technology and Software are meeting the challenges. Companies like Delta are listening to customers; hearing their concerns and investing in Research and Development like never before. And if you thought that innovation was slowing up, welcome to the next generation of thinkers. Our children who have grown up with smart phones, interconnected digital and human relationships without the perceived barriers that enable them to launch billion dollar start-ups from their bedrooms are our next generation of energy efficiency researchers and thinkers. Elon Musk gave us slate roof tiles that were actually solar panels. Imagine clear class with nanotech circuitry that enable the glass to both insulate, let light into a building but also generate energy from the building. No longer does a building need to sacrifice aesthetics for the expense of energy.
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Meet the team — Benjamin Ong from Delta EV Business Unit

By Delta on July 25th, 2018



This July, Delta Energy Systems Australia was delighted to have Benjamin Ong start as the Field Application Engineer in the Electric Vehicle Charging team, directly reporting to Matti Dinkelmeyer, the Senior Manager for E-Mobility and Energy Storage Solutions at Delta.

Ben has just graduated from Monash University where he studied both Electrical Engineering and Finance. Over the years, he has obtained experience in electronics, robotics and recently has developed extensive skills in coding as well.

The major reason that Ben chose to work with Delta is that as a person whose biggest passion lies in technology, there was nothing more exciting and rewarding than to be a part of a company whose primary mission is to develop products that allow all of us to live in a more sustainable world. According to Ben, the electric vehicle and solar industries are industries that require more research and monetary investment to truly become a mainstream in Australia. So having the chance to be a part of a team that are pushing these industries forward is an amazing opportunity and experience.

Ben is also taking part in a new project in collaboration with the CSIRO and is one of the key team members in the research and development team. “My aim for this project is to build a smart box that allows the Delta AC Mini Plus charger to run completely off-grid with or without battery storage and still be able to service EV owners anywhere in Australia. If successful, this technology could have wider implications and could change the way Australia thinks about and utilises electric vehicles in the future”, Ben said.

When it comes to pastimes and hobbies, Ben likes to play tennis, run and go hiking. He also loves keeping himself updated with the latest technology news and also enjoys the odd video game here and there. Most importantly, Ben’s greatest passion is to work on projects that use technology to enhance the way people live their lives.

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