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Delta Electronics Unveils Microgrid-Based Green EV Charging Station and the New VP3000 AC Motor Drives at ELECRAMA 2023

The showcase underscores Delta’s unique capability to provide a broad portfolio of IoT-based Smart energy-saving solutions to foster India’s sustainable cities and Smart factories

Delta, a world-class provider of power management and industrial automation solutions, presented a wide portfolio of IoT-based Smart Green Solutions at ELECRAMA 2023, which includes a Smart microgrid-based Green EV Charging Station and the new Open-Loop Variable-Torque Standard Drive VP3000 Series. The former is a total solution integrating Delta’s EV chargers, energy storage systems, PV inverters and EV Charging Infrastructure Management System to enable microgrids capable of providing clean electricity to EVs while helping to stabilize the grid of the EV charging infrastructure. The new VP3000 Series, with high power rating up to 630kW, enhances productivity and lowers harmonic distortion (THDi) down to 35% in industrial motors used in HVAC, pumps, compressors, water supply applications. As a major contributor to the “Make in India” initiative through its new growing manufacturing capabilities in Krishnagiri, Delta is increasingly committed to India’s green industrial transformation.

In today’s Delta press conference, Mr. Benjamin Lin, President, Delta Electronics India, said, “In line with our corporate mission, ‘To provide innovative, clean and energy-efficient solutions for a better tomorrow’, Delta invests over 8% of its annual revenues into RD and leverages its system integration prowess to develop cutting-edge solutions that can help improve productivity and reduce carbon emissions. From 2010 to 2021, our high-efficiency products and solutions helped our customers save over 35.9 billion kWh of electricity, which translates into a reduction of 19.01 million tons CO2e. We intend to leverage our global leadership in energy infrastructure, reflected in the more than 2 million Delta EV chargers shipped to our customers worldwide over the past decade, to help Indian cities reduce their carbon footprint. ”

Mr. Niranjan Nayak, Managing Director, Delta Electronics India, said, “For two decades now, Delta India has built a unique track record in developing tailor-made solutions to suit the requirements and sustainable goals of our Indian customers. We have cumulatively delivered over 7,000 EV chargers to our customers across the country, and the Green EV Charging Station launched today at ELECRAMA will help facilitate India’s e-mobility transition even further. The new VP3000 series is an important addition to our broad Industrial Automation Solutions offering for a wide range of applications. Today, we are demonstrating how Delta’s solutions transform transportation, factories, buildings, telecom power sites, and data centres, into intelligent, connected and sustainable infrastructure.”

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Delta’s 300sqm booth (# H12G1H2) at Hall 12 of the India Expo Mart features a Green EV Charging Station created with Delta’s Smart Energy and EV Charging Solutions, which include Power Conditioning Systems with efficiency as high as 97.8% and quick power transfer time

fast charging stations. A wide variety of solutions, ranging from 6-axis articulated robot workstations with advance machine vision to indoor air quality (IAQ) systems for buildings, further prove Delta’s unique capabilities to foster Smart sustainable cities.

The growth in the EV sector in recent years has put FOCUS on the resilience and capacity of electricity grids in India. Delta’s Green EV charging station helps to mitigate the pressure on grid as it adds Distributed Energy Resources with solar energy and energy storage at or near EV charging stations. This aids in increasing the capacity required on-peak to serve the EV Charging under existing electricity infrastructure.

Delta’s second launch was the Open-Loop Variable-Torque Standard Drive VP3000 Series specifically designed for the fluid industry to enhance machine operation efficiency and reduce inverter harmonic wave distribution. The VP3000 Series features excellent driving performance and stability and supports multiple types of high-efficiency motors, including induction motors, permanent magnet motors, synchronous reluctance motors. It helps improve motor productivity and efficiency and also reduces carbon emissions for environmental sustainability. As a critical part of device-based energy saving, it is suitable for fans, pumps, HVAC, water supply, compressors, and other variable-torque application equipment. over, it comes with PdM (Predictive Maintenance) function to monitor key components for easy maintenance and longer product life. Its launch further cements the vision of energy and carbon tax savings.

With over 50 years of expertise in high-efficiency power technologies, Delta has been delivering Smart energy-saving solutions worldwide for over a decade. Delta and major stakeholders in the EV charging infrastructure sector, which includes major charge point operators, such as TATA Power, Bangalore Electricity Supply Company Ltd. (BESCOM), oil marketing companies like BPCL, as well as various OEMs, have contributed substantially to the deployment of EV chargers across India.

Held from Feb 18 to 22, ELECRAMA 2023 is India’s most prominent tradeshow for the electrical industry and power sector with over 1,400 exhibitors from over 100 countries and with more than 300,000 visitors. The 2023 edition was held at the India Expo Mart, Greater Noida.

About Delta Electronics India

Delta is operating since 2003. Delta Electronics India Private Limited, is a leading power and energy management company in the country. Delta operates in three business categories: Power Electronics, Automation and Infrastructure. It has a legacy of operating in India with market leadership in Telecom Power Solutions, Renewable Energy Solutions and Display Solutions. It is also a leading provider of Industrial Automation Solutions, UPS Datacenter Solutions, EV Charging Solutions, Rail Transportation Solutions, Energy Storage Solutions, DC Fans Blowers, and Components. With fourteen regional offices, four manufacturing facilities (Rudrapur, Gurgaon and Krishnagiri) and two RD centres (Gurgaon and Bengaluru), Delta has a strong presence across India with more than 200 channel partners.

The company has been awarded ISO 9001:2008, ISO 14001:2007 and OHSAS 18001: 2008 certifications for Quality, Procedures, and Environment management.

For detailed information, please visit: www.deltaelectronicsindia.com

About Delta

Delta, founded in 1971, is a global leader in switching power supplies and thermal management products with a thriving portfolio of Smart energy-saving systems and solutions in the fields of industrial automation, building automation, telecom power, data centre infrastructure, EV charging, renewable energy, energy storage and display, to nurture the development of Smart manufacturing and sustainable cities. As a world-class corporate citizen guided by its mission statement, “To provide innovative, clean and energy-efficient solutions for a better tomorrow,” Delta leverages its core competence in high-efficiency power electronics and its ESG-embedded business model to address key environmental issues, such as climate change. Delta serves customers through its sales offices, RD centres and manufacturing facilities spread over close to 200 locations across 5 continents.

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Throughout its history, Delta has received various global awards and recognition for its business achievements, innovative technologies and dedication to ESG. Since 2011, Delta has been listed on the DJSI World Index of Dow Jones Sustainability Indices for 12 consecutive years. In 2022, Delta was also recognized by CDP with leadership level ratings for its substantial contribution to climate change and water security issues and named Supplier Engagement Leader for its continuous development of a sustainable value chain.

For detailed information about Delta, please visit: www.deltaww.com

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Delta-Q reaches full-scale production of electric vehicle charger with DC-DC converter

The Vancouver-based company introduced a 3.3 kW charger with a converter compatible with the vehicle’s auxiliary DC loads.

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Delta-Q announced it has achieved full-scale production of a mid-power electric vehicle charger, the XV3300. The battery charger is designed for implementation by EV original equipment manufacturers (OEM) of electric vehicles and is available for both off-board and on-board applications.

The 3.3 kW battery charger comes with a 500 W DC-DC converter to power the vehicles’ auxiliary loads and an EV charging station interface. The auxiliary load device can support vehicle accessories like air conditioners, controllers, lights, turn signals, navigation, and communications devices. It is available in 58.8 V, 65 V and 120 V DC models.

The product is scalable, allowing EV manufacturers to stack up to three chargers for power levels up to 10 kW. Delta-Q said the battery charger, cased in an IP67 rated enclosure, offers OEMs with a rugged option for electrifying off-road applications.

“No other 3.3 kW charger on the market also includes a DC/DC converter for auxiliary DC loads and an EVSE charging interface in such a compact size,” said Mourad Chergui, senior product manager, Delta-Q.

The charger is tested for automotive-grade shock and vibration. It is sealed in an aluminum die-cast enclosure, protecting the device from dust, liquids, and the effects of immersion up to one meter of water.

The device complies with SAE J1772 (levels 1 and 2) and IEC 61851 (modes 2 and 3) to charge from standard EVSE AC charging stations across North America and Europe.

Delta-Q is a member of the Zapi Group and headquartered in Vancouver, Canada. The company spans five continents, servicing industries such as electric golf cars, lift trucks, aerial work platforms, e-mobility, floor care machines, utility/recreational vehicles, and new markets, like construction and outdoor power equipment.

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Delta-Q reaches full-scale production of electric vehicle charger with DC-DC converter

The Vancouver-based company introduced a 3.3 kW charger with a converter compatible with the vehicle’s auxiliary DC loads.

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Delta-Q announced it has achieved full-scale production of a mid-power electric vehicle charger, the XV3300. The battery charger is designed for implementation by EV original equipment manufacturers (OEM) of electric vehicles and is available for both off-board and on-board applications.

The 3.3 kW battery charger comes with a 500 W DC-DC converter to power the vehicles’ auxiliary loads and an EV charging station interface. The auxiliary load device can support vehicle accessories like air conditioners, controllers, lights, turn signals, navigation, and communications devices. It is available in 58.8 V, 65 V and 120 V DC models.

The product is scalable, allowing EV manufacturers to stack up to three chargers for power levels up to 10 kW. Delta-Q said the battery charger, cased in an IP67 rated enclosure, offers OEMs with a rugged option for electrifying off-road applications.

“No other 3.3 kW charger on the market also includes a DC/DC converter for auxiliary DC loads and an EVSE charging interface in such a compact size,” said Mourad Chergui, senior product manager, Delta-Q.

To extend battery life and improve charge times, the XV3300 charger is programmed with algorithms to deliver precise charges to batteries of various chemistries and voltages. It has protections against short circuits, over-voltage, and over-temperature for safe operation.

The charger is tested for automotive-grade shock and vibration. It is sealed in an aluminum die-cast enclosure, protecting the device from dust, liquids, and the effects of immersion up to one meter of water.

The device complies with SAE J1772 (levels 1 and 2) and IEC 61851 (modes 2 and 3) to charge from standard EVSE AC charging stations across North America and Europe.

Delta-Q is a member of the Zapi Group and headquartered in Vancouver, Canada. The company spans five continents, servicing industries such as electric golf cars, lift trucks, aerial work platforms, e-mobility, floor care machines, utility/recreational vehicles, and new markets, like construction and outdoor power equipment.

This content is protected by copyright and may not be reused. If you want to cooperate with us and would like to reuse some of our content, please contact: editors@pv-magazine.com.

Ryan Kennedy

Ryan joined pv magazine in 2021, bringing experience from a top residential solar installer, and a U. S.

Delta’s new EV charging station Yokohama, as a new business model for service stations

Delta, a global leader in power and thermal management solutions, announced its new Delta electric vehicle (EV) Charging Station Yokohama, jointly developed and operated by Delta and Japanese energy company Idemitsu Kosan Co., Ltd. (hereinafter referred to as “Idemitsu”), is capable of assisting as a disaster response base for the city of Yokohama by serving the local government’s emergency response EVs with charging services as well as with EV battery electricity deployment to the grid during disasters. The former Idemitsu gas station operates under the theme “Park and Charge”, creating a new business model for traditional gas station operators by enabling a Smart retail and Smart energy ecosystem that integrates Delta’s energy storage, power conditioning system, EV chargers, DeltaGrid IoT energy management system, the Delta-patented EV charging payment EZQC App, as well as Delta’s retail IoT solutions and consumer brand Innergie’s products that enable the Innergie CAFÉ boutique café.

Mr. Ping Cheng, CEO of Delta Electronics, Inc., said, “In the energy-intensive fields of buildings and transportation, Delta provides IoT-based Smart energy-saving solutions that enable Smart energy management and a safer, healthier and more comfortable living environment in cities. We feel honored that this innovative station can contribute to Yokohama’s disaster response initiatives. The idea of this EV charging demonstration station came from Delta’s exhibition at COMPUTEX Taipei 2018 and is in line with our corporate mission, ‘To provide innovative, clean and energy-efficient solutions for a better tomorrow’. By enabling not only a microgrid with our energy storage and EV charging solutions, but also an IoT-based retail store, we enable reduced operating costs, substantial energy savings and a comfortable shopping environment.”

Idemitsu Kosan recognized that the development of charging infrastructure has become an important issue for the popularization of electric vehicles. In order to make it more convenient for customers and provide sustainable services, Idemitsu launched demonstration experiments at its gas station site, providing parking space and Delta’s electric vehicle chargers. Car charging and other services allow customers who come to charge to spend a comfortable time in the cafe, while combining with the surrounding business facilities to create a new customer experience.

C.H. Ko, executive director of Delta Electronics (Japan), pointed out, “After Japan stepped into power liberalization, the energy industry has been facing the transformation and challenges of power supply decentralization and carbon reduction. How to meet the requirements of energy transition and establish a balance with Japan’s 3ES (safety, energy security, economic efficiency, and environment) energy policy objectives has become the biggest challenge. This EV charging demonstration station jointly created by Delta and Idemitsu integrates Delta’s energy storage, commercial power conditioning system, and EV charging solutions through DeltaGrid IoT management solution to dispatch energy according to different scenarios. Delta’s V2B (Vehicle-to-Building) bi-directional EV charger can also turn electric vehicles into virtual power plants and become one of the sources of power supply. They are connected our proprietary EV charging payment system to construct a new business model where mobility and the utility of power infrastructure are compatible.

The Delta EV Charging Station Yokohama combines Delta’s energy infrastructure solutions and low-carbon transportation technologies to provide industry players with complete one-stop-shop solutions. In terms of safety, Delta equipped the station with various sensors to monitor for water leakage, water levels, and earthquakes in the electrical room on the first floor. This was configured so that in the event of a natural disaster, the electrical system will automatically cut power to avoid accidents. The Station integrates Delta’s electric vehicle charging, battery energy storage system and power conditioning system through the DeltaGrid energy management system. It is connected with the Delta-patented EZQC App payment system to perform charging and discharging, mobile payment, surrounding business activities, management monitoring and other service functions with simple registration and verification processes. The high-rise and bright Innergie CAFÉ inside the Station provides not only delicious coffee but also Innergie fast charging for mobile devices. High-resolution projection equipment are also installed to project dynamic paintings in the store; while the retail IoT environmental management system provides data analysis and Smart management services through the management platform to create a comfortable shopping environment for Smart retail stores. The monitoring center is located on the second floor for site managers to remotely monitor operations including the electricity usage of chargers and operation status of environmental equipment.

Delta provides complete product lines and modular solutions at the Delta EV Charging Station Yokohama. If other gas stations or malls plan to adopt this model in the future, modular adjustments can be made according to actual requirements and specific environmental conditions, so that when new cases are pushed in the future, the time for planning and deployment can be reduced significantly.

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Main Delta solutions applied at the Delta EV Charging Station Yokohama are as follows:

Microgrid Solution

  • EV Charging: Three sets of 25kW DC output DC Wallbox wall-mounted chargers and 1 set of V2B bi-directional electric vehicle charger are installed in the station. The 25kW charger is equipped with Japanese, European and American charging standards CHAdeMO/CCS1/CCS2, and electric vehicle charging compatibility tests can be conducted here by electric vehicle manufacturers in Japan, Europe and the U.S. The V2B bi-directional electric vehicle charger is capable of turning EVs into virtual power plants by allowing bidirectional power transfer between an EV battery and a home, building or electricity grid.
  • Bi-directional V2B EV Charger: Should a disaster interrupt the power supply, the station can provide power supply services for “refuge-like facilities.” Because the station is equipped with a V2B bi-directional EV charge/discharge charger, EVs can be used to supply power back to the grid. Furthermore, because the EV charging station is equipped with a portable battery, it can be used to serve surrounding residents during a power outage, supplying emergency power to achieve business continuity planning for post-disaster communications and life support.
  • Energy Storage Solution (ESS): Through the deployment of Delta’s commercial Power Conditioning System (PCS), Li-ion battery technology, and energy management system, peak-shaving and optimized contract capacity can be achieved. The charging station dispatches power from the ESS during peak charging periods, and then charges the batteries during off-peak hours when electricity are lower, thus saving on electricity costs. Also, for many EV charging stations, customers’ charging needs are difficult to fully control. When multiple vehicles enter the station and use the quick charge service simultaneously, this places pressure on the power grid. In such instances, leveraging the ESS during sudden peaks in demand will allow the station to keep within the optimal contract capacity plan and achieve economical operating results.
  • IoT-based energy management solution: The DeltaGrid energy management system provides integrated Cloud service to establish a comprehensive management system for remote control of the grid power, renewable energy systems, storage batteries, and EV chargers. The DIAEnergie industrial energy management system collects information regarding EV charging power consumption, usage status, remaining battery capacity, and power charge/discharge to analyze and predict the usage status and power demand of the station.

EV Charging Payment System

  • EZQC App Payment System: Once EV owners enter the charging station area, they will receive an automatic prompt from Delta’s patented EZQC App payment system. Compared with Japan’s major charging services which require the owner to apply for a charging card, EZQC only needs to download the APP and enter the payment information to use it, providing a more convenient charging infrastructure and a new consumption experience. It takes approximately half an hour for each charge, giving EV owners an opportunity for rest at the café to also recharge themselves both physically and mentally. While waiting, they can use the E-coupons provided by the EZQC App payment system and enjoy a cup of high-quality coffee at the café

Innergie CAFÉ and the IoT Retail Solutions

  • Innergie CAFÉ: While car owners are enjoying specialty coffee in the store, they can also charge various mobile devices in the Innergie charging experience space in the store. The comfortable environment also allows customers to be charged physically and mentally. Innergie PowerGear 60C is the world’s smallest, high-power and high-efficiency charger. It provides 5 variable voltage outputs and supports a variety of mobile device charging needs.
  • Retail IoT environment management system: It provides energy management for small shops and stores, which automatically monitors the environmental conditions such as temperature, humidity, and light in the cafe, and adjusts the air conditioning or lighting equipment settings to achieve the best environmental comfort and energy-saving purposes.
  • High-definition projection: Qumi portable projector and high-brightness, high-resolution laser projectors present high-quality images, which can play advertisements and movies, serve as retail digital signage, or display paintings or artworks through images to enhance consumers’ visual experience.

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