Australian Premiere for the SOLIVIA Solar Inverters at All-Energy Australia 2010
Delta Energy Systems (Germany) GmbH presented the SOLIVIA Solar Inverters developed for the Asian Pacific market at the All-Energy Australia Exhibition and Conference in Melbourne
The solar inverters operate within a wide temperature range and are therefore especially qualified for operation in warmer climates. The housing has a compact design and the inverters can be mounted in indoors as well as in protected outdoor areas, since the IP65 casing is dust-tight, completely safe to touch (shock proof) and protects the unit from jet water from any direction. Mounting is performed easily even for the non-commercial user due to the supplied mounting plate and wall bracket. The solar inverters are fitted with overvoltage protection, heat protection, short-circuit protection and overcurrent protection.
The largest solar event in Australia attracted 3,000 visitors from more than 20 countries. Head of Marketing, Andreas Schmidt, commented: "the All-Energy exhibition exceeded all our expectations, we got in touch with important distributors in Australia and are convinced that the SOLIVIA Solar Inverters exactly meet the requirements of the Australian market."
Delta Electronics (Netherlands) B.V.
Delta Electronics Group is the world's largest provider of switching power supplies, as well as a major source for power management solutions, components, visual displays, industrial automation, networking products, and renewable energy solutions. More than 60,000 people work for Delta all over the world in sales, development and production. The total revenue for Delta Group is greater than USD 5 billion.
Delta's subsidiary, Delta Energy Systems, has been investing in the development and marketing of solar inverter products since 1999 and successfully supports Delta's mission: "To provide innovative, clean and efficient energy solutions for a better tomorrow."
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