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Delta MCIS unveils energy-efficient Ultron HPH UPS

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Delta MCISLeading thermal management and energy saving solutions provider— Delta Electronics June 29 has launched its new Ultron HPH 60/80/100/120kVA high-efficiency uninterruptible power supply (UPS) to join its existing 20/30/40kVA models for the Indian market. The new HPH models 60-120kW were demonstrated at CeBIT and the Hannover Industrial Fair in Germany this year and bagged commendation from the customers around the world.

With the best-in-class combination of maximum available power, energy efficiency, high availability and flexibility, HPH is an ideal choice for datacenters as well as for the industries involved in factory equipment, communication systems, computer network systems, medical systems, and monitoring systems among others.

The award-winning Ultron HPH series UPS has won the “Silver Award” at the China International Industry Fair and “Product of the Year” from IT 168, the professional IT field website. In India, HPH series also received the “Most Energy Efficient UPS” from SME Channel Connect Award.

“Facilitating increased energy efficiency as well as ultimate availability, the Ultron HPH is an ideal solution for customers to achieve Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) optimization.” says Suhas Joshi, Vice-President, Delta Power Solutions (India) Private Ltd.

With three level IGBT topology, the Ultron HPH features 96 per cent AC-AC efficiency and 99 per cent efficiency in ECO mode. It delivers fully rated power providing maximum power capacity to the load without de-rating the UPS.

Besides high energy efficiency, the UPS also offers high system availability resulting from itswide input voltage range of -40% to +20%, key component redundancyand superior front-access serviceability. For the new models 60-120kVA, the advanced swappable interior architecture can isolate failures and significantly reduce maintenance time and cost.

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