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Training material for VMS2013 project Indoor system ES48/450-UBA02


Rev 0.0.0

Feb 18, 2014

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2 3 4 5 6 System introduction System Installation System Controller & NRMS software Quick Installation parameter setting Troubleshooting & Maintenance Q&A

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2 3 4 5 6 System introduction System Installation System Controller & NRMS software Quick Installation parameter setting Troubleshooting & Maintenance Q&A

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Telecom power system concept

LOAD (Switch ,ADSLE.T.C.)

AC Input
Rectifier # 1 Rectifier # 2 Rectifier # 3

Output DC Distribution Unit

AC Distribution Unit

Generator U.P.S

Battery

Rectifier # N

LVDS

Control Supervisory Unit (CSU)

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ES48/450-UBA02 Layout

NCSU - Controller

HOD rail 1 ~ 4 21 position x 4 max. 10A ~32A C60 breaker

Battery Fuse: 400A x 2

450A shelf power Max. 9 rectifier slots

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ES48/450-UBA02 Features

l Power System AC input: Three phase/ 4 Line (3W-N-PE/ 220 VAC) Power System with 9 rectifier slots Distribution: Load Breaker: HOD x 4 rails - 32A x 25 + 16A x 46; Battery Fuse: 400A x 2 Protection: 01 x DC surge included 01 x AC surge included LVDS: 1 pcs. l Rectifier module: DPR 2700 series l DC Output Voltage: 54Vdc (40~59 Vdc) l Controller: NCSU l Local access: NRMS through mini USB interface l Optional Web/SNMP for remote monitoring and control

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ES48/450-UBA02 DC PDU

HOD rail 1 ~ 4 21 position x 4 max. 32A x 25 + 16A x 46 breakers

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ES48/450-UBA02
HOD breaker type

30m Resister (45W)

30m Resister

32A (max.) Din breaker 21 Position Max / Rail

16A (max.) Din breaker 21 Position Max / Rail

Max. capacity: 300A / Rail


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KEYS COMPONENT ES48/450-UBA02

Power distribution unit

Controller NCSU

Rectifier DPR2700W

Battery string 19 Rectifier shelf

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2 3 4 5 6 System introduction System Installation System Controller & NRMS software Quick Installation parameter setting Troubleshooting & Maintenance Q&A

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System Installation
q Mandatory System Pre-Installation Checklist
Site readiness survey and planning Ensure installation site is vehicular accessible else plan other road of access Ensure all mounting slab and I-beam are installed and there are adequate working area for installation & maintenance Comply to all local authority regulations Comply to installation safety guidelines

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System Installation
Unpacking

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System Installation
Base Mount

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System Installation
q Mandatory System Pre-Installation Checklist
1) Ensure site groundings are available and in good working condition 2) Ensure ground resistance is within specification

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System Installation
q Mandatory System Pre-Installation Checklist
3) Measure to ensure mains AC input voltages are within specification 4) Ensure the neutral wire is firmly connected to the PLN grid and is not floating
a) b) c) d) Verify that AC PDBs grounding busbar is integrated to site MGB Verify that all AC cable wiring uses the correct color coding Verify that the Neutral cable is firmly terminated to the PLN supply AC Input voltage measurements: L1 Neutral (180Vac 250Vac) L2 Neutral (180Vac 250Vac) L3 Neutral (180Vac 250Vac) Phase to Phase (340Vac 430Vac) Neutral to Ground (<1Vac)

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START - UP PROCEDURE

Check-list and inspection before turn-on: Verify all connections prior to starting this section
Ensure the input AC circuit breaker located on the AC service panel is switched to Off position Confirm the operating voltage before proceeding Ensure the frame ground is properly connected to a permanent earth ground connection Ensure all the DC circuit breakers in the equipment are switched to the Off position Tighten the DC circuit breaker lugs to ensure proper contact is made with the load cable and the trip sense wire as it may cause heat damage

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START - UP PROCEDURE
lTurn on the system
Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4 Step 5 Step 6 Step 7 Step 8 Step 9 Step 10 Step 11 Check all wiring are correct Check and confirm the input voltage is correct Pull out all the rectifiers from the system Switch on the battery breaker Check the monitor of display on the controller Switch on the AC breaker Check the monitor of display on the controller again Push one rectifier into the rectifier slot Check the system works in normal condition. Push all other rectifier into the rectifier slots Switch on the load breaker sequentially

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Controller NCSU
User friendly operating interface Large 128 x 64 Dot LCD Display Entry of alarm and system parameters from keypad High reliable RS-485 communication Easy system configuration and expansion Featured functions Stand-alone operation Provisioning Alert Green Energy Management Temperature & Voltage compensation Battery capacity and load test Generator Control Different possibilities for remote monitoring Internet/Local Access

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Controller NCSU
User Interfaces

128 x 64 LCD Dots Display

Major LED Minor LED EQU LED

Mini USB (slave)

Back Up
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Controller NCSU
Function architecture (Main\Data)
Home DCV DCI Sys Status(FL/EQU) Alarm Existing

Sys Info

Sys Setting

Current Alarm

Rectifier I.D. Address Output Current Status

Battery Batt. String I.D. Batt.Status Batt. Current

Event Log Alarm Function Time Recover Time

Current .setting DC Setting Alarm Setting Batt.Setting Other Setting

AC & Temp ACV Voltage


Ambient Temp.

Data & Version Date/Time


H/W version S/W version

* DC/DC Data * Function architecture varies in different systems


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Controller NCSU
Function architecture (Main\Data)
Home DCV DCI Sys Status(FL/EQU) Alarm Existing

Sys Info

Sys Setting

Current Alarm

Password

DCV Setting EQU setting FL setting CL setting

Alarm Setting ACV, DCV,LVDS, OTP,EQU, Batt.Test.

Batt. Setting Batt. Cap. T-Comp BDT Test B-EQU

Date Setting Year/month/ day/time

Efficn.t Mgt. ON/OFF Comm. Modbus Baudrate

Generator ON/OFF

Temp. Unit ON/OFF

Password New PW Cfm PW Default (0000)


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Language English

Alarm Reset
Reset HVSD Reset Com-fail

* Function architecture varies in different systems

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Controller NCSU
Function architecture (Main\Data)

Home DCV DCI Sys Status(FL/EQU) Alarm Existing

Sys Info

Sys Setting

Current Alarm

All Alarm Function show on Display Show Real Information and Alarm Time in Event Log

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NRMS software introduction

Local Access

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NRMS H/W Tools


1. 2. 3. H/W Mini USB Cable Delta NRMS software Computer with USB port

Mini USB Cable

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User level login

The port must be match your PC/Laptop

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User level login Find the comm Port in your computer

Click to Device Manager

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User level login Find the comm Port in your computer

Click to Ports (COM & LPT)

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User level login

Push this button to connect to system

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Quick Installation Guide 1


Verify system controllers time

To change system time to that of the country of installation, please follow the steps below .

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NCSU Menu Structure

Esc

Enter

DCV 54.0V DCI 5A Sys Sta FL

Sys Info Sys Setting Curr. Alarm

Sys Info Sys Setting Curr. Alarm

DCV Setting Alarm Setting Batt. Setting Password


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Date Setting Language Efficiency Mgt C-Fan Start

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NCSU Menu Structure

Esc

Enter

Date Setting Language Efficiency Mgt C-Fan Start

Date Setting 20 10/05/02 16:39

Date Setting 20 10/05/02 16:39

Date Setting 20 11/05/02 16:39

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NCSU Menu Structure

Esc

Enter

Date Setting 20 11/05/02 16:39

Date Setting 2011/ 05/02 16:39

Date Setting 2011/ 05/02 16:39

Date Setting 2011/ 06/02 16:39

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System controllers time has been changed to local time

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Quick Installation Guide 2


System controllers battery capacity setting has to be changed to the value according to the backup battery total capacity installed

To change, please follow the steps below .

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NCSU Menu Structure

Esc

Enter

DCV 54.0V DCI 5A Sys Sta FL

Sys Info Sys Setting Curr. Alarm

Sys Info Sys Setting Curr. Alarm

DCV Setting Alarm Setting Batt. Setting Password

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NCSU Menu Structure

Esc

Enter

DCV Setting Alarm Setting Batt. Setting Password

Batt. Capacity Charge & CL T-COMP BDT Setting

B-Parameter Capacity 300AH

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NCSU Menu Structure

Esc

Enter

B-Parameter Capacity 300AH

B-Parameter Capacity 300AH

B-Parameter Capacity 200AH

B-Parameter Capacity 200AH

Batt. Capacity Charge & CL T-COMP BDT Setting

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System controllers battery capacity setting has been changed to the value to reflect the backup battery total capacity installed

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Quick O & M Guide


In the event one or more of the rectifier modules has failed, an RFA fail alarm is activated. Remove the faulty module.

To reset the alarm, please follow the steps below .


Note: When a new or repaired module is available, simply hot-plug the unit into the available slot. The controller will automatically sign-in the new module. No configuration is needed.

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NCSU Menu Structure

Esc

Enter

DCV 54.0V DCI 5A Sys Sta FL

Sys Info Sys Setting Curr. Alarm

Sys Info Sys Setting Curr. Alarm

DCV Setting Alarm Setting Batt. Setting Password


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Internet Generator Alarm Reset Temp. Unit

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NCSU Menu Structure

Esc

Enter

Internet Generator Alarm Reset Temp. Unit

Alarm Reset Reset Buzzer Reset Com-Fail Reset BT-Fail

Alarm Reset Reset Buzzer Reset Com-Fail Reset BT-Fail

The alarm of Communication fail is reset.

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The RFA alarm has been reset. The power system will operate normally but with reduced output power

Replace with a new or repaired rectifier module of the same model as soon as it is available

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Upload configuration 2
Click to Setting

3
Click to Upload

Login SADMIN level

1
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Upload configuration

Find file

Choose file

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Enter

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Quick installation system parameter


Quick Installation via NRMS software (Step 2: Date & Time setting)

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Quick installation system parameter


Quick Installation via NRMS software (Step 3: Battery capacity setting)

Default setting
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Alarm dry contact


l Type of contact: Dry contact is a contact that is not initially connected to a voltage source. l Alarm relay: 8 positions, 7 positions definable l 7 positions can be defined by NRMS software l Local access: NRMS through mini USB interface.
Relay 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

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Alarm relay define


Relay & LED

Config

Relay 8 7 6 5

4 3 2 1

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Config
Relay & LED

Alarm relay define


Alarm relay & LED indicator can be defined

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Alarm dry contact

Using tool to push the button and connect the signal wire
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Troubleshooting
Status
Mn hnh LCD trn b iu khin khng th hin th

Possible Cause
H thng mt ngun AC Mn hnh LCD li

Actions
q q q q q q q q q q q q q q q q Kim tra hot ng ca Rectifier Bnh thng LCD li Khng chy bc tip theo Kim tra ngun AC m bo dy ngun c kt ni ng Kim tra aptotmat ngun AC vn ng. Lin h vi k s Delta nu vn khng th x l c. Kim tra ngun AC m bo dy ngun c kt ni ng Kim tra aptotmat ngun AC vn ng. Thay b iu khin mi Bnh thng B K b li Khng chy bc tip theo Lin h vi k s Delta nu vn khng th x l c. Kim tra ngun AC m bo dy ngun c kt ni ng Kim tra aptotmat ngun AC vn ng. Tho Rectifier v lp li mt cch chnh xc Hon i v tr ca Retifier li vi Rectifier OK Lin h vi k s Delta nu vn khng th x l c.

Tt c n LED ca b iu khin tt

H thng mt ngun AC B iu khin li

Tt c n LED ca Rectifier tt

H thng mt ngun AC Rectifier khng c lp ng hoc b hng

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Troubleshooting
Status
H thng hot ng bnh thng nhng khng c in ra ti c quy khng hot ng khi mt in Qut lm mt ca Rectifier khng chy: Xut hin cnh bo (RFA/FF). n LED nhy ON trong giy, nhy OFF trong giy v Rectifier tt Li giao tip ca Rectifier: Xut hin cnh bo (RFA/FF) n LED nhy ON 2 giy v nhy OFF 1 giy
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Possible Cause
DC aptomat b nhy LVDS2 cha c kt ni

Actions
q Kim tra aptomat ra ti c ng khng q Thay aptomat nu b qu ti hoc hng trong qu trnh s dng. q Kim tra in p u ra ca h thng. q Kim tra aptomat ca c quy c ng khng. q Thay th c quy. q Kim tra lung kh trc qut q V sinh b lc Filter q Kim tra qut v th thay th Recifier khc.

Aptomat cho c quy khng c kt ni/ c quy qu yu Qut b kt do vt cn hoc qu nhiu bi

Li giao tip bn trong rectifier

q Reset cnh bo li giao tip trn b iu khin q Kim tra dy kt ni gia Rectifier v b iu khin. q Hon i Rectifier li vi Rectifier kim tra.

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System Alarms & Troubleshooting


q Interpretation of system alarms
Item 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
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Description High Battery temperature Load fuse failure DC Hight voltage shut down DC Hight voltage alarm Equalize Floate DC low voltage alarm DC low voltage alarm 2 Load voltage disconnected Recharge battery current limite AC Input voltage high alarm AC input voltage low alarm AC input voltage fail alarm AC breaker trip High temerature shutdown alarm (Ambient) Ambient temperature sensor fail alarm Battery temperature sensor fail alarm Current limit alarm Load fuse trip SMR xx fail alarm
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Alarm/Setting in Display TBH Alarm L Fuse A HVSD DCH EQU FL DCL LV2 LVD Open Battery charge current ACH Alarm ACL Alarm ACF Alarm AC Bkr T HTSD Alarm TASF Alarm TBSF Alarm CL Alarm L Fuse A RFAxx Alam

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q Interpretation of system alarms
Item 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 SMR xx OFF SMR xx ON SMR xx fan fail SMR xx communication error alarm SMR output over percentage of capacity SMR Current limit alarm AC Surge arrestor alarm DC Surge arrestor alarm Cabinet Fan Start Cabinet Fan Stop Cabinet Fan Fail Description Alarm/Setting in Display SMRxx OFF SMRxx ON SMRxx FF Commxx F A SMR over Cap SMR CL Alarm AC Surge A DC Surge A Fan1 Start Fan1 Stop Fan1 Fail

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System Alarms & Troubleshooting


q Alarms and troubleshooting
a) AC Fail Alarms - No AC input to rectifier system rectifier is OFF - Battery is in discharge mode Possible cause: 1) Power system AC mains breaker tripped 2) AC outage (voltmeter to measure input voltage at mains breaker) b) ACH (AC input high) Alarms Rectifier restarts when AC normalize - AC input voltage exceeds pre-defined ACH setting rectifiers shutdown - Battery in discharge mode Possible cause: 1) High AC input voltage (voltmeter to measure input voltage) c) ACL (AC input low) Alarms rectifier restarts when AC normalize - AC input voltage falls below pre-defined ACL setting rectifiers shutdown - Battery in discharge mode Possible cause: 1) Low AC input voltage (voltmeter to measure input voltage)
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q Alarms and troubleshooting
d) DCH (DC output voltage high) Alarms - DC output voltage exceeds pre-defined DCH setting Possible cause: 1) Rectifier output voltage out of tolerance replace rectifier if needed 2) Check correct DCH setting on CSU e) DCL (DC output voltage low) Alarms - DC output voltage falls below pre-defined DCL setting Possible cause: 1) Rectifier output voltage out of tolerance replace rectifier if needed 2) Check correct DCL setting on CSU f) RF (Rectifier fail) Alarms - Rectifier has no output and is shutdown Possible cause: 1) Rectifier is defective or rectifiers fan failure replace rectifier.

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q Alarms and troubleshooting
g) DC Breaker Tripped Alarms - One or more DC breakers have tripped Remedy action: 1) Re-set tripped breaker and check if alarm has normalized. 2) If breaker trips again, check whether load exceeds breaker rating 3) Replace breaker with higher current rating, if needed h) TAH (High ambient temperature) Alarms - Ambient temperature exceeds pre-defined TAH setting Remedy action: 1) Verify ambient temperature reading on CSU with other temperature readings within the hut or room 2) If temperature is normal, increase cooling power of the air-conditioner 3) If temperature sensor is faulty, replace it if available. Otherwise, turn OFF temperature compensation 4) If temperature remains above TAH, turn OFF AC main input to rectifier system

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q Alarms and troubleshooting
i) TBH (High battery temperature) Alarms - Battery temperature (TB-1 or TB-2) exceeds pre-defined TBH setting Remedy action: 1) Verify battery temperature reading on CSU with other temperature readings within the hut or room 2) If temperature is normal, increase cooling power of the air-conditioner 3) If temperature sensor is faulty, replace it if available. Otherwise, turn OFF temperature compensation 4) If temperature remains above TBH, turn OFF equalize charging

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Maintenance - Change battery


l Battery should be replaced with the same type when the old battery had out of working. The battery replacing sequences are:
1. Switch of the battery breaker 2. Remove the battery leading wires from battery terminals 3. Remove battery temperature sensor cable 4. Remove the bus between battery cell 5. Remove the old battery and replace the new one 6. Re-connecting the bus and leading wires in reverse order of 1 to 4

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Maintenance - Change DC breaker


l All wiring to the breakers are use lead with striped ends. Ensure to tight the screw and keep the wires are all into the breaker terminal, no any wires or threads are remain outside of the breaker to avoid short-circuit. Refer to the figure below.

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Maintenance - Replace rectifier


l Remove rectifier modules 1. If on-line operation hot-swappable required, make sure the battery connection is correct to avoid system shutdown during the operation. 2. Move the both locking devices (to unlock direction) to un-lock the rectifier. 3. Pull out the rectifier module slowly from the shelf, using one hand to support the rectifier and remove the rectifier from the shelf. l Insert rectifier modules 1. Install the rectifier module, holding the handle with one hand and using the other to support the rear half of the rectifier module. Push into the shelf carefully. 2. Lock the rectifier by pushes the two locking devices (to the lock direction) to lock the rectifier 3. Check rectifier LED and make sure they are in normal operation. The rectifier shall only have GREEN LED on if it works properly. 4. Check controller and make sure there is no alarm message shown.

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Contacting Delta customer service

Level support window 1st level

Name & Job Tittle

Phone

Email

Mr.

Thach Customer service engineer Duc Customer service engineer Vinh Account Manager

+84 977.005.009

Thach.ha@delta.com.tw

Mr.

+84 165.541.3.888

Duc.chu@delta.com.tw

2nd level

Mr.

+84 988 396 450

Vinh.nguyen@delta.com.tw

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