Delta EV AC charger won Taiwan Excellence Silver Award

Text by: EISBG

Delta's compact and powerful electronic vehicle AC charger, AC MAX, won the Silver Award, the highest honor at the 29th Taiwan Excellence Awards. The organizer, Taiwan External Trade Development Council, commented that Delta has been dedicated to developing EV charging infrastructure for many years; through its core technologies of power conversion and energy management, Delta has developed EV charging solutions that integrates solar energy, energy storage and IoT technologies.
JJ Chang, General Manager of EISBG at Delta, stated that Delta has invested in developing EV charging products as early as 2010 and launched numerous AC and DC chargers and back-end management systems in more than 50 markets globally. In addition to high-speed charging, AC MAX, which won this year's award, also includes features such as leakage detection and overheating protection to protect car owners and their properties thoroughly. As to system integration, to manage power demand and distribution, AC MAX can be connected with energy management systems that assign power priority to a plurality of electrical devices at home or other appliances on-site. Moreover, AC MAX leads the industry with ISO 15118 plug and charge certification, and supports global charging standards, which provides optimal charging efficiency, ensures safety, enhances user experience, and satisfies the diverse charging demands from homes, buildings, shopping malls, and public charging stations.

JJ Chang, General Manager of EISBG at Delta (right), and Ruiyuan Xu, Director of EV Charging Solutions Business Group (left), represented Delta to accept the award.