Delta, a global provider of power and thermal management solutions, has unveiled energy-efficient solutions for 5G and Internet of Things (IoT) edge computing, e-mobility, as well as smart manufacturing.
These include the SmartNode modularised data centre solution for fast and flexible implementation of energy-efficient edge computing data centres; the UFC200 Ultra Fast EV charger, a 200kW system especially for charging point operators and fleet managers; and Delta’s DIAStudio Smart Machine Suite, a digital platform that enables efficient machine development and configuration.
With the growth of data and the need for low latency, demand is increasing for quick and easy to install pre-fabricated, all-in-one edge data centres. Delta’s SmartNode Tier II and Tier III data centres enable rapid scaling of edge computing capacity, providing infrastructure for IoT and other applications that demand low latency, such as autonomous driving, remote healthcare and OTT media services.
Next generation electric vehicles (EVs), e-trucks and e-buses will demand access to faster and more powerful charging systems. The 200kW capacity of Delta’s UFC200, provides an ideal solution for charging point operators (CPOs) and fleet managers.
The output can be split to deliver 100kW DC charging to two vehicles simultaneously. It is equipped with an all-weather, seven-inch LCD information display screen and touch pad. It also supports RFID and payment cards functions.
The DIAStudio Smart Machine Suite (SMS)
The DIAStudio SMS enables users to efficiently develop a machinery system, from product selection, programming, to exporting on a unified platform. It is composed of three major software, DIASelector is an application allowing users to select specific components of the machine system; DIADesigner picks up to complete programing, configuration and commission on an integrated engineering platform; DIAScreen then lets users share tags between programmable logic controllers (PLCs) and human machine interfaces (HMIs) or text panels to complete the operation interface.