As the 2018 World Cup gets under way in Russia, Delta Electronics is helping to power some of the facilities at the centre of attention for football enthusiasts worldwide throughout the tournament.
Delta, a global leader in power and thermal management solutions, said its UPS systems are deployed in five of the stadia that have been selected to host the football action.
Power capacity over three megawatts in Delta’s UPS systems “ensure sound power supply to football field and emergency lighting, broadcasting and data transmission, as well as security systems”, the company said.
Inside the five stadia, more than 1.2 MW of power capacity from Delta’s UPS systems support football field and emergency lighting, more than 1.5 MW sustain key infrastructure such as common area lighting and fire protection systems, and approximately 300 kilowatts support surveillance and data transmission equipment, the company said.
Victor Cheng, Delta’s senior vice-president and general manager of the firm’s information & communications technology business group said: “We are extremely pleased to have our state-of-the-art UPS systems backing up the infrastructure that brings a thrilling, safe and eco-friendly environment to facilities hosting major sporting events— including the five stadia that will host football fans from all over the planet during the world’s most relevant sporting event.”
Delta’s systems in play for the World Cup include its three-phase monoblock UPSs Ultron DPS series, with up to 500kVA capacity each, as well as the HPH series, “with highly flexible and scalable power architectures of 20kVA to 120kVA”.