Delta showcases advanced Power Supply Solutions at COMPAMED 2011

Delta Energy Systems (Germany) GmbH presented in Düsseldorf at the COMPAMED exhibition its latest product developments within the medical sector.

(PresseBox) (Teningen, ) From November 16 to 19, 627 exhibitors welcomed more than 16,000 visitors at COMPAMED that is held in parallel to the Medica exhibition.

The standard and high-end custom designed power solutions from Delta are suitable for various applications like artificial respiration, dialysis, diagnostics, ultrasound, battery chargers and LED surgery room lightning systems. “With these products the company meets the latest market trends”, states Joachim Schmidle, Business Development Manager of Delta Energy Systems. “COMPAMED was this year again a great opportunity to strengthen the Delta brand and to discuss new projects with existing and potential customers.”

Beside the exhibition integrated forums attracted the visitors with interesting topics. Delta presented at the COMPAMED Suppliers Forum its latest power supply technologies for medical applications. Future technologies, new topologies and improvement in efficiency were discussed. The forum was organized by the trade magazine “DeviceMed” and focused the latest trends along the process chain for the development of medical products.
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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 80,000 people work for Delta all over the world in sales, development and production.

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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