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Delta represented at Electric Vehicle Council AGM in Canberra

By Delta on June 21st, 2018


Last week on June 15th, Electrical Vehicle Council (hereinafter referred to as EVC) held its Annual General Meeting (AGM) in Canberra to discuss industry progress and further actions required to promote the uptake of EVs in Australia. With the growing attention electrical vehicle has been receiving in Australia, EVC successfully brought together the broad cross-section of Australian industries and stakeholders who have shared interest in the future of road transport.

Approximately 40 members attended who were briefed by Shane Rattenbury, the ACT minister for Climate Change and Sustainability, on the steps the ACT government had taken to implement their zero emission transport plan.  The primary focus of the event was to drive the EV agenda and educate decision makers about EV and arrive at a step change for the EV industry.

The Minister showed how low cost government policy can easily support the uptake of EV.

The EVC constituted as an organisation in September 2016 and is the main national industry body for EV.  It has seen its membership double over the last 12 months.  If you are interested to join, please contact EVC at

Synnex Upgrades Warehouse Lighting

By Delta on June 21st, 2018



Synnex Australia has upgraded its warehouse lighting with Delta’s Staccato LED high-bay luminaires.

348 Staccato LED lights replaced around 396 existing fittings which were used in their warehouse for the last two decades.  The switch to Staccato LED’s makes it a cost efficient and sustainable option to light the Oakleigh South based warehouse.  It is projected that 50 -60% in lighting costs will be saved compared to their previous lighting spend and 4400 tonnes of C02 will be saved during the life of the program.

Aston Ma of Synnex said “switching from halogen lighting to LED lighting was a smart decision. The challenge was deciding which LED supplier and solutions to use. We have been carrying the Delta UPS range for over a year, it makes good sense to go with the products of a company we already trust”.

Aston also said that their electricity bills are noticeably lower and the warehouse now looks and feels brighter which has been especially obvious during recent winter evenings.

In addition to improving the look and feel of the environment, by enhancing the lighting it also improves visibility for site safety.

If you would like to find out more about how LED lighting can decrease your energy consumption and future proof your business around rising energy costs, please contact

New Compact DC-UPS Module Up to 10A for Security and Industrial Applications Use in Small Cabinets

By Delta on June 21st, 2018



Delta has added a new DC-UPS module for security and industrial applications. The DRU-24V10ACZ module requires less installation space due to its flat body measuring only 55.6 mm thick and 91 mm tall. The tough plastic case has flame retardant properties certified to UL 94V-0 specification. The DC-UPS module provides backup support to 24Vdc system using an external battery capacity from 3.3AH to 12AH for backup time up to 37 mins typ. with 10A load, 12AH battery. Potential free contacts provides various battery management signals and a LED indicator for battery operating status. The highly efficient convection cooling design has a wide operating temperature range from -20°C to +60°C and certify to major safety approvals including IEC/EN/UL 60950-1 for ITE and UL 508 for Industrial.

Highlights & Features

  • Suitable for 24V system up to 10A
  • Zero switch over time from loss of DC input to battery operation
  • Built-in diagnostic monitoring for DC OK, Discharge and Battery Fail by relay contacts
  • Full power over entire operating temperature range from -20°C to +60°C
  • LED indicator for DC OK, Battery Charging, Battery Discharging, Battery Fail and Battery Reverse Polarity
  • Overvoltage / Overcurrent / Over temperature / Short circuit protections

Please contact your local sales representative or distributor for product availability.
New models are introduced on a regular basis. For product details and enquiries, you can also visit

Delta and Synnex establish strategic partnership to expand into New Zealand Market

By Delta on June 20th, 2017


From Left to Right: Patrick Langridge Synnex New Zealand, Allen Chao Delta Energy Systems Australia, Johnson Ko Synnex New Zealand and Max Perez Delta Energy Systems Australia.

From Left to Right: Patrick Langridge Synnex New Zealand, Allen Chao Delta Energy Systems Australia, Johnson Ko Synnex New Zealand and Max Perez Delta Energy Systems Australia.

Synnex New Zealand Ltd, a subsidiary of Synnex Technology International Corporation and Delta Energy Systems Australia, the Australian subsidiary of Delta Electronics, have formed a strategic partnership to deliver Mission Critical Infrastructure Solutions (MCIS) in to the New Zealand Market.

The partnership will give Synnex New Zealand’s existing customer base access to Delta’s highly reliable and efficient power management products and datacentre infrastructure solutions. This will include industry leading warranties and support to protect their customers’ investments and to provide them with a competitive edge.
“We are excited to extend our partnership with Synnex across the Tasman Sea to bring Delta’s industry-leading MCIS solutions to the New Zealand Market. The partnership with Synnex New Zealand offers strong support for both businesses to grow and it is a great opportunity for Delta to significantly expand our presence in New Zealand.” Says Allen Chao, Director of Delta Energy Systems Australia.
Johnson Ko, Sales and Marketing Manager Synnex New Zealand, said, “Delta Electronics is the global leader in switching power supply, offering the most energy efficient power products in the industry. Delta Electronics has also received many global awards in recognition for its innovative technology. Delta Electronics MCIS provide highly-reliable and efficient power management products like UPS and datacentre infrastructure solutions for any type and size of businesses. This partnership reinforces and expands Synnex’s power solution offering for partners servicing SMBs to large enterprises by providing access to innovative, reliable and efficient power solutions to ensure the continuity of their business.”

About Synnex New Zealand

Synnex New Zealand is a wholly owned subsidiary of Synnex Technology International Corporation, the largest IT distribution company in both Australia and Asia Pacific and ranked the third largest worldwide. Synnex endeavours to service all businesses in the ICT industry including SME Resellers, System Integrators, Computer Retailers, Original Equipment Manufacturers, Corporate Retailers, National Retailers and VARs. Importantly, Synnex has established strategic partnerships with a broad range of leading IT manufacturers.
Synnex differentiates itself from its competitors by its expertise in Supply Chain Management (SCM). The strategic implementation of Just in Time Delivery (JIT) offers scheduled deliveries and an efficient RMA service provides rapid warranty replacement. Superior SCM also ensures inventory is available and items are current.
About Delta Energy Systems Australia
Founded in 1971, Delta is committed to its mission statement “To provide innovative, clean and energy-efficient solutions for a better tomorrow” by providing seven total integrated energy-solutions. These are:
• Industrial Automation Solutions
• Building Automation Solutions
• Datacenter Solutions
• Telecom Power Solutions
• Renewable Energy Solutions
• Display and Monitoring Solutions
• EV Charging solutions

Delta’s commitment to sustainability has seen their customers save nearly 17.3 Billion kWh of electricity and have reduced carbon emissions by approximately 9.2 million tons of CO2e from 2010 to 2015.
Delta group has 153 sales offices, 40 plant sites and 61 R&D centers throughout the world.
Delta Energy Systems Australia extends this commitment to provide “smarter” products with high efficiency. It helps us make possible a “greener” and more environment-friendly way of life. We collaborate with our partners, by listening to their needs, to accomplish our mission “together”.
About Delta UPS and MCIS BU
Delta’s MCIS business unit (BU) has developed a variety of UPS solutions. Positioned as “The power behind competitiveness,” the MCIS strives to play an important role in making their customer’s businesses and operations more competitive. Our mission is realised by providing highly reliable and efficient power management products, including UPS and datacenter infrastructure solutions that ensure the continuity of mission critical operations and better total cost of ownership (TCO). For more information about Delta MCIS products, please visit:

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.

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