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Delta Delta Energy Systems Teams with api Computerhandels to Distribute Power Protection Systems
Delta Energy Systems GmbH, an international manufacturer of power supply solutions, is collaborating with api Computerhandels GmbH, for uninterruptible power supplies (UPS), to distribute Delta UPS – Amplon product family.
api is a distributor of electric and electronics products to the IT industry. The company has supported more than 10,000 customers within the IT business and offers its customers more than 20,000 products from well-known manufacturers.
The Delta UPS – Amplon product family consists of three ranges of products, with a power ranging between 1 and 10 kVA. The power protection products find applications in the IT industry. They feature integrated batteries to provide back-up power sources for network power supplies in case of power failure
The Delta UPS models can be flexibly adapted to a stand-alone, rack or tower configuration. The wide input voltage range reduces battery discharging occurrence and prolongs battery life, company officials said. For longer backup time requirements during power events, external battery packs can be added.
“A long experience, our wide product range and the satisfaction of our customers are responsible for the steady growth of our company,” said Andreas Grewing, head of LBU Germany from Delta Energy Systems (Germany) GmbH, in a statement.
“The Collaboration with service- and growth-orientated partners like the api Computerhandels GmbH is for us an essential basis in order to satisfy our end users even more. Of course as well the excellent product quality of our power supplies and the high quality of service of our partners plays a key role,” Grewing added.
A recent TMCnet article notes that over the past few years, UPSs have moved from being viewed as ugly pieces of plant room equipment to intrinsic units that can help ensure uptime
According to a recent DatacenterDynamics article, the role of the UPS today is to become an “indispensable resource for the protection of critical appliances.” UPSs today are touted for their reliability, efficiency, cost effectiveness and flexibility, the report said.
Rajani Baburajan is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Rajani's articles, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Carrie Schmelkin