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Introducing the new Delta 50KW Ultra-Fast Charger

By Delta on September 24th, 2018

Consistent with its motto – Smarter, Greener, Together, Delta Energy Systems is constantly striving to provide the most sustainable and best solution to electric vehicle products.

As of recent times, Delta Energy System has introduced the Delta 50KW Ultra-Fast Charger in preparation for the future electrical cars infrastructure. The aim of the Ultra-Fast Charger is to improve the efficiency and degree of convenience of a charging stations for users. With its unprecedented ‘ultra-fast’ charging speed, users no longer have to worry about a charging stations being occupied when their vehicles urgently need charging.

Despite being designed for electrical vehicles that are currently on the market, the ultra-fast charger was tested on the new Nissan leaf which is due to be released next year. This testing was done only recently at Delta Energy Systems Australia – Melbourne. And the results were as expected!

Further details can be accessed via the website below:

Delta Australia invites you to visit  a new showroom in Sydney

By Delta on September 24th, 2018

Max Perez and Robert Vickers from Delta Energy Sydney Office

Max and Robert at Delta Energy Systems Sydney Showroom

Positioned as “The power behind competitiveness”, the Mission Critical Infrastructure Solutions (MCIS) business of Delta Energy System Australia is certainly quick and efficient in bringing about the best products and services to its neighbourhood. Despite only opening its office in Bella Vista, Sydney recently, the team is now ready to launch its new showroom!

The showroom showcases most of the products under Delta MCIS, ranging from UPS (uninterruptible power supplies) to data center infrastructure solutions – InfraSuite – with a comprehensive range of services. The showroom also features Delta’s newest Micro Data center as well as the world’s highest power density 500kVA Modulon – the DPH series UPS.

Delta Sydney is therefore, welcoming all who are interested to come and visit the showroom for our highly reliable and efficient power management products and datacenter infrastructure solutions.

Book for an appointment to visit the showroom here: Book an appointment

Delta Adds 240W and 480W Models to the High Power Density Product – CliQ III Series of DIN Rail Power Supply

By Delta on September 24th, 2018

Delta Electronics has added 24V 240W and 24V 480W output to the high power density CliQ III series of DIN rail power supply. DRP-24V240W1CAN and DRP-24V480W1CAN have a wide operating temperature range of -25°C to +70°C, providing full power up to +60°C. The built-in active PFC product can successfully start up at extremely low temperature of -40°C and high power conversion of up to 94% efficiency. Like the rest of the CliQ family of DIN rail products, conformal coating is applied on the PCBAs to protect against common dust and chemical pollutants found in industrial applications. The product is encased in rugged yet lightweight and full corrosion resistant aluminium casing.

Major safety approvals include IEC/EN/UL 60950-1 for Information Technology Equipment (ITE), UL 508 for Industrial Control Equipment (ICE) and OVC III according to IEC/EN 62477-1 / EN 60204-1 (clearance and creepage distances) and IEC 62103 (safety part); EMI comply with EN 55032, Class B and fully compliant with RoHS Directive 2011/65/EU for environmental protection.

The products have universal AC input and are also certified for DC input. Some other features include Power Boost 150% up to 5 seconds, compliance with harmonic current IEC/EN 61000-3-2, Class A and built-in DC OK relay contact. The intelligent overload protection in constant current mode makes the power supply suitable for battery charging applications.

Highlights & Features

  • Universal AC input voltage range
  • Built-in constant current circuit for charging application
  • High efficiency of up to 94% at 230Vac
  • Power Boost of 150% for 5 seconds
  • SEMI F47 compliance at 120Vac
  • Extreme low temperature cold start at -40°C
  • Built-in DC OK Contact and LED indicator for DC OK

Please contact your local sales representative or distributor for product availability.
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Delta gets Victorian Government Grant for EV Charging Research with Nissan and CSIRO

By Delta on August 26th, 2018


Steve Dimopoulos, MP (front, left), Wayne Harris, Nissan Australia - Electrification and Mobility back, 2nd from left), The Hon. Lily D'Ambrosio (front 3rd from left), Minister for Energy; Allen Chao (back 4th from left), Delta Australia Director; Rd. David Harries, Director of the Low Emissions Technology program in CSIRO, Matti Dinkelmeyer (1st on right), Delta Australia E-Mobility and Energy Storage Division

Steve Dimopoulos, MP (front, left), Wayne Harris, Nissan Australia – Electrification and Mobility back, 2nd from left), The Hon. Lily D’Ambrosio (front 3rd from left), Minister for Energy; Allen Chao (back 4th from left), Delta Australia Director; Rd. David Harries, Director of the Low Emissions Technology program in CSIRO, Matti Dinkelmeyer (1st on right), Delta Australia E-Mobility and Energy Storage Division

Melbourne, Australia, August 17, 2018–Delta Energy Systems (Australia) Pty Ltd. announced it received a grant from the Victorian Government for a research project on EV charging it is conducting with Nissan Australia and the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO).  The Hon. Lily D’Ambrosio MP, Victorian Minister for Energy, Environment and Climate Change, approved $210,000AUD in funds from the New Energy Jobs Fund (NEJF) towards the 18-month research project. The NEJF supports Victorian-based projects that create long-term sustainable jobs, increase the uptake of renewable energy generation, reduce greenhouse gas emissions and drive innovation in new energy technologies.

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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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