Jun 09, 2020 | Delta
ELECTRONICALLY COMMUTATED MOTORS DELIVER UP TO 70% MORE POWER SAVINGS
As global energy efficiency mandates grow, Delta's solution is to offer brushless DC Motor technology that is Electronically Commutated (EC) and features an integrated AC to DC inverter and magnet rotor. This results in significant power savings over traditional AC motor fans that struggle to keep newer HVAC and Commercial Refrigerator systems working efficiently. While still maintaining compatibility with current AC source inputs, our customers can achieve up to 70% power savings by utilizing Delta EC motor-based fans. Our customers can offer their end-user a HVAC or Commercial Refrigerator product with significant power savings, but without sacrificing performance.
UNIVERSAL VOLTAGE DESIGN & RELIABILITY
Beyond performance, the most critical measure of success for a HVAC or Commercial Refrigerator fan and motor is its reliability and flexibility. For more than a decade, Delta has designed its new Electronically Commutated (EC) fans and motors to operate in harsh conditions. This amounts to lab-tested estimated life times of upwards of 11 years at 60°C. The Universal Voltage Design allows operating voltages ranging from 115~230VAC, all in one model. Ensuring long-term viability, Over Voltage Protection up to 280V maximum and Ingress Protection (IP) Ratings of between IP52 to IP67 are designed into this rugged and dependable series.
BENEFITS OF DELTA EC MOTOR TECHNOLOGY
Building the next generation of energy-efficient HVAC systems and Commercial Refrigerators requires the assistance of an experienced partner. Delta stands ready to deliver with its brushless DC Electronically Commutated (EC) motor technology. With EC motor-based fans, current AC source inputs can be utilized in intelligently applied ways that offer up to 70% power savings over traditional AC fans/motors. Additionally, Delta EC motors offer outstanding reliability and acoustic performance.
POTENTIAL APPLICATIONS INCLUDE:
- Refrigerated Transports
- Cold Storage
- Cooling Centers
- Storage in Sales Outlets
- Commercial and Home Refrigerators
- Air Conditioners, Purifiers and Circulators
- Heat Exchangers