Delta rolls out Ultron HPH series UPS

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NEW DELHI, INDIA: Delta Group, a world-leading energy saving solutions provider, today announced the launch of its new Ultron HPH Series UPS.

With power ratings of 20/30/40kVA, the Ultron HPH Series offers true online double conversion UPSs that provide better power protection with a combination of maximum available power, unbeatable energy efficiency and superior power performance.

Accordint to the comany, the Ultron HPH Series is ideal for small datacenters as well as industries involved in factory equipment, communication systems, computer network systems, medical treatment systems, monitoring systems and more.

"Today the overall power factor of loads, especially IT equipment, exceeds 0.9 or even closer to 1. While computer loads have been approaching unity power factor in recent years, many UPS systems are still being manufactured with 0.8 or 0.9 power factor ratings. Adopting Delta's innovative technology, the Ultron HPH was designed to work with latest-generation Information Technology equipment to meet the need for higher power capacities in small spaces. The Ultron HPH features fully rated power (power factor=1, kVA=kW) to maximize power availability without de-rating the UPS, and therefore it offers less $/kW to further benefit capital and operational expense savings.

The Ultron HPH series UPS delivers fully rated power that provides the maximum power capacity to the load, along with leading power efficiency of up to 96 pc (up to 99 pc efficiency in ECO mode), input power factor > 0.99, and low harmonic pollution (iTHD < 3pc). "Featuring best-in-class power performance and efficiency, assured reliability, greater flexibility and easy manageability, the Ultron HPH series UPS is the best business investment you can make for the continuous operations of mission critical applications." says Suhas Joshi, Director, Delta Power Solutions.

 

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