Delta Electronics

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FoundedFounded in April 1971, Reorganized in 20 August 1975
FounderChairman: Hai Ying Jun Manager: Zheng Ping
RueyKuang Road 186, Neihu District, Taipei (Business) Xingbang Road 1 31, Guishan District, Taoyuan
ProductsElectronic components:

Embedded power supplies Thermal Fan Management Capital Communications Components Industrial Automation Telecom power systems Uninterrupted power systems Renewable Energy Vehicle electronics Electric vehicle charging equipment Networking Products Video and Imaging Systems LED lighting Medical devices Innergie Consumer Power Products

Vivitek HD Projectors
Number of employees
Over 83,000

Delta Electronics, Inc. (also known as DELTA, Delta Electronics), is a Taiwanese electronics manufacturing company. Its headquarters are in Neihu, Taipei.

Brief history[edit]

Delta Electronics[1] was founded in 1971 in Xinzhuang Town, Taipei County (now Xinzhuang District, New Taipei City) Min'an Road. Its first products were TV deflection coils, electronic components and winding magnetic components. It is also a supplier of cooling components.[2][3] On August 20, 1975, Delta Electronics was reorganized into a company limited by shares. Delta manufactures power management and thermal solutions.


  1. ^ "About Delta". Delta. Retrieved 2015-03-12.
  2. ^ "Solid Power, the Business Philosophy of Bruce Cheng and Delta Electronics". Taipei., Yeu-Wen Chang, 2018, pp. 245–249
  3. ^ Taiwanese electronics tycoon relishes change, Financial Times. June 6th, 2011., 2018-04-18

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