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Delta Featured New Delta U+ Far-UVC Light Care 222® Series at ITAP 2021

By Samantha Yao, Delta Singapore

SINGAPORE, November 24, 2021 – Delta Singapore featured a range of solutions at the fourth edition of the Industrial Transformation ASIA-PACIFIC (ITAP) on 22 to 24 November 2021. They include the new Delta U+ Far-UVC Light Care 222® Series.

The Delta U+ Far-UVC Light Care 222® Series employs the company’s proprietary Care 222® technology from Ushio, a Japanese leader in special light-source technologies. Care 222® is a light source module that features contact and residuals free sterilisation to inactivate bacteria and viruses with ultraviolet light emitted at the wavelength of 222nm. It serves as an effective disinfectant by inactivating viruses and bacteria on the surface of objects and in the air, thus delivering better performance for pandemic prevention.

Additionally, the shorter wavelength of UV-C 222nm light is germicidal as it penetrates the DNA of viruses and bacteria. When irradiated on skin, the 222nm light will be absorbed by the outer layer of the skin before reaching the DNA of the cells. This ensures that the UV rays only penetrate the DNA of viruses and bacteria and do not damage the DNA in our skin cells.

Ms Cecilia Ku, general manager of Delta Electronics Int’l (Singapore), said, “With events slowly but surely bringing people back to having physical interactions, the need for products and technology that ensure the protection from viruses and bacteria has been increased. We are excited to be able to provide the level of extra protection at exhibitions such as ITAP and give people the assurance that they can safely interact with each other outside a virtual environment in this endemic world.”

In addition to the UV sterilisation devices and the display of the U+ Disinfection Gate, Delta’s booth featured its VIVOTEK Edge Computing COVID-19 Defender solution. With a combination of a facial reader for mask detection and temperature reading, the VIVOTEK Edge Computing COVID-19 Defender has an intuitive display for real-time data updates and a 3D people counting camera for occupancy control. Adapting to the post COVID-19 era, the all-in-one integration with low latency enables real-time monitoring at multiple facility entrances. It ensures social distancing in closed spaces, helping reduce the risk of infection.

Delta also exhibited its line of smart green solutions to foster sustainability in essential industries, such as manufacturing, buildings, and agriculture. This includes its recently launched fully automated containerised smart farm factory, which gathers relevant consumer behavioural data and then adapts it to create the optimal environment for growing vegetables.

Delta’s convergence on smart green solutions has also propelled its provision of Building Automation Solutions to nurture companies and educate next generation talents. Building systems, such as air conditioning, lighting, energy management, Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) monitoring and surveillance, are all managed on a single platform by adopting LOYTEC’s IoT-based building management platform and building control systems. Delta showcased the fundamentals of building M2M (Machine-to-machine) and IIoT connectivity and shared its integrated one-stop platform that can help users implement smart machines as their first step towards the new era of smart manufacturing.

Cecilia Ku, Managing Director, Delta Electronics Int’l (Singapore) pictured at Delta’s Booth with Heng Swee Keat, DPM and Coordinating Minister for Economic Policies.

Attendees learned about Delta’s PV, energy storage, and EV charging solutions and how Delta can integrate them in different combinations and provide a total solution tailored to system needs.

About the Author (Editorial Team)

Even though I’m a marketing person by trade, I’m rather quiet by nature. When I am not at work or in denial about having a social life, I am at home mothering 2 lovely kids. They helped me to understand my purpose in life and the importance of standing your ground and holding our own balance. Most of all, I’ve learnt how to make a horse drink the water. Feel free to connect with me to share your motherhood experience.

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