Delta, a global leader in power and thermal management solutions, has unveiled some of its latest Smart Green Solutions in electric mobility and energy-efficient industrial automation for greater sustainability at Hannover Messe 2022. The offering includes the Slim 100 fast charger for electric vehicles (EVs), which provides up to 100 kW of DC power with a 55 percent smaller footprint, making it particularly practical for use in commercial facilities. The new MPD Series motor-pump drive features an IE5-class Delta MSI synchronous reluctance motor, enabling it to achieve an IES2 energy efficiency rating in a wide range of industrial applications. At Delta's booth, trade visitors were served a cup of coffee from a fully integrated robotic workstation that includes Delta's 6-axis jointed-arm robot and other industrial automation solutions.
Dalip Sharma, Delta's President and General Manager for Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA): "Delta has been active in developing efficient and sustainable solutions for over 50 years. Our participation in the international RE100 initiative, which aims to achieve carbon neutrality by 2030, demonstrates our determination. This year we are also unveiling our new corporate identity. This is our way of communicating that Delta is capable of delivering fully integrated Smart Green Solutions for industry and commerce. We understand the needs of the market in EMEA and invite visitors to our booth. Here, with the help of 'The Efficiency League' initiative, they can understand how we can work together to create a greener future."
The latest MPD Series inverter is suitable for use in pump and fan applications and is ideal for smart water supply thanks to its high-efficiency, energy-saving motor with integrated fanless inverter. Highlights also include the new Asda - B3 series, Delta's compact and highly efficient servo system. It offers a user-friendly operating environment with precise motion control functions. Demonstrating the ease of compatibility between industrial automation solutions, a coffee-making robot was in action at the booth, combining three Delta solutions - a robot motion program, an HMI backend program and an AX-8 controller program.
Due to the increased number of people using electric vehicles, Delta presented its range of e-mobility and smart energy solutions. Delta offers a complete EV charging infrastructure, with EV chargers, PV systems, energy storage and energy management systems all working seamlessly together. Other highlights include Slim 100, a new compact EV charger with a maximum power of 100 kW and rectifiers with 97 percent efficiency, and Delta's DC Wallbox 50 kW, with a charging efficiency of 97 percent and a depth of just 25 centimeters, which allows simultaneous charging via two charging guns with a maximum power of 50 kW DC.
Given Delta's significant investment in research and development of technologies that drive energy efficiency, The Efficiency League is a holistic initiative designed to foster greater collaboration between different organizations with the goal of working together to achieve greater energy efficiency. This will be achieved through the continuous development of high-quality products, better integration of solutions, and a greater sense of connectedness among stakeholders with appropriate collaboration among their teams. Companies can unlock new efficiencies that drive sustainability in a thriving business environment while achieving their net-zero goals.