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Delta Showcases a Range of Energy Management Solutions at the NZ Electrical Engineers’ Association (EEA) Conference

By Nicky Callinan on June 30th, 2015

Delta Showcases a Range of Energy Management Solutions at the NZ Electrical Engineers’ Association (EEA) Conference.

Partnering with YHI New Zealand, Delta attended the EEA Conference in Wellington last week, to showcase the latest innovations in electric vehicle chargers, PV inverters, UPS systems and power quality solutions.

  • EV Charging Solutions: Delta’s new-generation 7.2 kW AC charger features smart grid capabilities for EVs, which are available with several advanced functions including: delayed timer, RFID card reader, and the option of wired and wireless network communication systems (Ethernet, Wi-Fi and optional 3G, GRPS interfaces). The lightweight and aesthetic design makes it ideal for both residential and commercial applications.
  • PV Inverters: The complete RPI series extends from 3 to 50kW solutions, the most efficient of which can reach up to 98.7% peak efficiency. The RPI series also features one of the widest input voltage ranges on the market, and an incredibly low start-up voltage (from 100Vdc), allowing maximum power conversion, beginning earlier and finishing later in the day than most leading inverter brands. In addition, its advanced topology allows for more responsive MPP tracking, enabling them to react more rapidly to changing light conditions, further increasing the system’s overall output
  • UPS Systems: Delta’s Amplon family UPS Series offers single-phase double-conversion UPS systems for power rating requirements above 1kVA that support medium to small network devices, security and surveillance systems and POS systems. It includes the GAIA, M and N series – which provide continuous and stable power to critical loads; and the RT series with the full-time protection and output power factor of low iTHD in a rack or tower configuration.
  • Power Quality: The Active Power Filter, APF2000 Series monitors load current and mitigates harmonic distortion 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.

The Electricity Engineers’ Association Conference and Trade Exhibition is the premier power engineering event for the New Zealand electricity supply industry. Attracting over 1,000 delegates and visitors every year.

The theme for EEA 2015 is ‘Delivering Leadership: Technology, Safety & Quality’ and it captures the key challenges of the Electricity Supply Industry for today and into the future – ensuring that through leadership and advancing technologies, we deliver secure electricity supply, innovate, make our industry safer and develop our future talent.

The EEA Conference provides a three day national forum for technical experts, power engineering and health & safety practitioners to examine and discuss industry issues; to share knowledge; and to learn about new technologies and systems in the many fields of power engineering.