Delta announced the availability of its Ultron DPM series uninterruptable power supply (UPS) Systems for the U.S. market for mid- to large-scale mission critical applications. The Delta Ultron DPM series covers the power ratings of 500/750/1,000/1,250kVA/kW, and has a streamlined footprint to minimize gray space requirement and maximize revenue-producing white space. This series provides excellent power performance and superior reliability.
Built-in proactive algorithms anticipate services and alert the user to maintenance that might be required/needed to the different sub-systems (i.e. batteries, fans, capacitors); these proactive algorithms allow to coordinate services proactively and minimize emergency corrective services. A 1000kVA UPS from the Ultron DPM Series will be on display at the upcoming Datacenter Dynamics (DCD) Webscale conference taking place June 26 in San Francisco, Calif.
“Delta’s ICT Infrastructure solutions are relied upon by top companies world-wide to keep their data centers functional and efficient, even during the most challenging circumstances,” said M.S. Huang, president of Delta Americas.
“While the vast majority of competitors need to partner with battery companies, our UPS solutions utilize Delta’s proprietary lithium-ion battery technology. As the sole designer of a complete system, we remove any compatibility concerns there may be between UPS and battery," concluded Huang.
The Delta Ultron DPM Series boasts an Online Mode efficiency of 96 percent, a Robust Efficient Mode efficiency of 98.5 percent and a Clean Mode efficiency of 99 percent. The units are designed with top, down and side cable entry and for front-access service, a color touch panel with an intuitive user interface. The Delta Ultron DPM Series is capable of parallel expansion of up to four units, allowing for hyper-scale capacity up to 5MW or for N+X parallel redundancy.
Delta’s Ultron DPM Series comprehensive cloud//COLO solution provides in-depth performance transparency. Its cutting-edge preventative maintenance features include self-diagnosis and aging detection via data collection and analyses of battery system, IGBT modules, dc capacitors, ac capacitors and fans. An Advanced Event log can store up to 5,000 entries, all of which are accessible via the LCD panel or SNMP board. Waveform records support advance event analysis and diagnosis.
In addition to displaying this newest power solution, Delta will also be speaking at DCD Webscale. At 11:50 a.m. PT, vice president of business development, Victor Lee, will discuss the trends driving datacenter innovation and how attendees can reduce the total cost of ownership for datacenter infrastructure.