In the Delta Conversion On-Line design, the Delta Converter acts with dual purposes. The first is to control the input power characteristics. This active front end draws power in a sinusoidal manner, minimizing harmonics reflected onto the utility. This ensures optimal conditions for utility lines and generator systems and reduces heating and system wear in the power distribution system. The second function of the Delta Converter is to charge the battery of the UPS by drawing power and converting it to the appropriate DC charging voltage.
The Delta Conversion On-Line UPS provides the same output characteristics as the Double Conversion On-Line design. However, the input characteristics are extremely different. With full Power Factor Correction, the delta conversion on-line design provides both input power control and output power control. The most important benefit is a significant reduction in energy losses. The input power control also makes the UPS compatible with all generator sets and reduces the need for wiring and generator over sizing. Delta Conversion On-Line technology is the only core UPS technology today protected by patents and is
therefore not likely to be available from a broad range of UPS suppliers.
Thanks for giving very good information about fever. Recently my baby which is 9 years old from fever from last 21 days. fever reach up to 103-104. when i give her paracetamol 250mg. 10ml dose it take to two hours for normal body temperature. But if fever is 100-101 it became normal within 1 hour. i done all tests like CBC, WIDAL , JAUNDICE, CHEST XRAY , SONOGRAPHY , JAUNDICE, ESR, MALARIA, ETC. all reports normal. even blood culture is normal. i done all this taste 5 times. i change 4 docotrs. but they did not come on any decision. i admitted for 6 days. yesterday dischaged her. from last night to till evening 3 times fever came. 7;15pm, 11;15 pm , 4;00 am, 4;00 discharged from hospital. Only one time WIDAL reports positive after 10 days of fever but after that reports shows NO WIDAL. she is suffering from 19th February 2016. In the beginning 3 days she had vomiting and pain in belly. after three days fever starts. So, can you suggest any test or any other diagnosis based on your experience. I am from Ahmedabad,Gujarat. It is possible about Typhoid.
Because one X chromosome is inactivated at random in each cell during a woman's development, deuteranomalous heterozygotes (. female carriers of deuteranomaly) are potentially tetrachromats , because they will have the normal long wave (red) receptors, the normal medium wave (green) receptors, the abnormal medium wave (deuteranomalous) receptors and the normal autosomal short wave (blue) receptors in their retinas.    The same applies to the carriers of protanomaly (who have two types of short wave receptors, normal medium wave receptors, and normal autosomal short wave receptors in their retinas). If, by chance, a woman is heterozygous for both protanomaly and deuteranomaly she could be pentachromatic. This situation could arise if, for instance, she inherited the X chromosome with the abnormal long wave gene (but normal medium wave gene) from her mother who is a carrier of protanomaly, and her other X chromosome from a deuteranomalous father. Such a woman would have a normal and an abnormal long wave receptor, a normal and abnormal medium wave receptor, and a normal autosomal short wave receptor – 5 different types of color receptors in all. The degree to which women who are carriers of either protanomaly or deuteranomaly are demonstrably tetrachromatic and require a mixture of four spectral lights to match an arbitrary light is very variable. In many cases it is almost unnoticeable, but in a minority the tetrachromacy is very outspoken.    However, Jameson et al .  have shown that with appropriate and sufficiently sensitive equipment all female carriers of red-green color blindness (. heterozygous protanomaly, or heterozygous deuteranomaly) are tetrachromats to a greater or lesser extent.