DELTA gives life in so many ways to charging your Electric Vehicles in the Philippines

DELTA Electronics USA otherwise known as DELTA has been in the POWER industry for over 40 years of solid experience. They have been providing backup power and UPS solutions to big enterprises and companies around the world. Giving an alternative choice especially for those with off the grid requirements and challenges for fluctuating currents especially in Asia.

 

DELTA has been in the forefront of providing EV Charging solutions in more ways than other vendors can, from slow wall chargers that range from 7 to 22 watts, DC or battery to battery charging from 50 to 200 watts, which is also another way of providing high speed charging, and Delta Grid for charging sites, and energy management.

 

Delta EV Charging
DELTA gives life in so many ways to charging your Electric Vehicles in the Philippines

 

Most common we have here are the wall chargers that are designed for wall charging, usually you leave overnight while you are sleeping. This comes in handy if your electric car is designed for long range drives, or your destination requires you to have stop overs.

 

Delta EV Charging
The first two chargers on the left are the ones available for southeast asia

 

The AC Max charger has a 22 watts maximum output capacity, while the AC Mini plus has a 7 watts maximum output. The variation will be in the charging time giving the AC Max charger 3x faster than the mini plus. The charging time also depends on how much battery power has been used in your EV car.

 

Dela EV charging
DELTA gives life in so many ways to charging your Electric Vehicles in the Philippines

 

What makes it nice is there is a faster way to charge, battery to battery or DC Charging which allows higher and faster time for your Electric car’s battery to get FULL.

 

Delta EV Charging
DELTA gives life in so many ways to charging your Electric Vehicles in the Philippines

 

DELTA has been in the forefront supporting the EV community here in the Philippines. They have joined EVAP eco-run 2021 event during the pandemic and has also joined the recent EVAP Summit 2022 held at the SMX Convention Center in Pasay City.

 

DELTA has also installed their EV chargers to some leading car manufacturer’s in the Philippines. Thus, this gives a positive sign of support that once you purchase your EV car, you will have a place you can safely charge your EV.

 

Based on EVAP’s latest report, there are almost 200 charging points all over Luzon already. With the passing of the EVIDA law, this will surely drive more people in buying and owning EV cars in the Philippines.

 

 

Eli

Eli has 28 years of extensive IT sales expertise in Data, voice and network security and integrating them is his masterpiece. Photography and writing is his passion. Growing up as a kid, his father taught him to use the steel bodied Pentax and Hanimex 135mm film and single-direction flash, Polaroid cameras, and before going digital, he used mini DV tape with his Canon videocam. He now shoots with his Canon EOS 30D. Photography and blogging is a powerful mixture for him.

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