Power system with 96prozent efficiency and solar modules with on efficiency factor of 15prozent in Dubai, February, 2012 Delta Electronics, the world’s leading provider of power management and thermal management solutions, will be opening a wide range of energy efficient products and solutions in power electronics at the Middle East electricity exhibition 2012 (Kennedy) in Dubai from 7-9 February, 2012. The ANU is to important international trade fair in power, lighting and renewable energies, bringing suppliers and consumers together in one of the world’s fastest growing technology markets. Delta Group is on energy-saving solutions provider with the mission “To provide innovative, clean and energy efficient solutions for a better tomorrow.” Its business scope covers power electronics, energy management and smart green life. Delta Electronics is exhibiting at MEEE booth ZJ01. Power electronics Delta is presenting power supply equipment that is specifically designed for the telecommunications industry. The outdoor cabinet has weather-proof housing that can serve in both the tropics and the arctic, and is available in various sizes for wherever space is tight or when building density needs to be increased cost-effectively. The outdoor cabinet’s flexible configuration ensures the right dimensions for telecommunications equipment and can house entire base station. Optional installation wall equipment and enhanced thermal cooling allows well-established savings in operating and investment offers greater protection for costs.
The CellD 300 rack-integrated power system is specially designed for the telecommunications industry. The entire product family composed of the CellD 300, CellD 100 and CellD 40 is based on completely new DC system. Developed using standardised processes at Delta energy systems, the CellD systems feature a modular design that can be configured with complementary products. The heart of the CellD 300 is the new 19 in/3U distribution panel, designed for a load current of 300 A. The CellD 300 features two plug – in units and six rectifiers in its maximum configuration.