Active Airflow Control
Monitors and actively adjust cooling unit airflow in containment systems, while providing visibility to effective cooling to critical IT equipment.
Active response control
Monitors and actively adjusts cooling capacity to ensure proper server inlet temperatures. Through the microprocessor controller, visibility into the operation and status of the unit is provided.
Removes dirt and other particulates from the intake air for cleaner supply air.
Unobtrusive design and coloring, blends in with the surroundings.
Cooling system will operate from 0 - 100% of the rated capacity to maintain rack inlet temperatures and reduce operational costs at varying heat loads.
Provides flexibility to move the unit to wherever cooling is required.
Containment system compatible
The unit can be combined with a Rack or Hot Aisle Containment System to eliminate hot air mixing and maximize cooling efficiency
Continuous current monitoring
Permits a continuous monitoring of the compressorís absorbed current to signal possible discrepancies with the default values (Optional).
Direct drive motors
Stress on bearings is nearly eliminated, increasing useful life. Allows integral fan/motor assembly to be factory balanced, which lowers vibration and expedites startup.
Ease of Use
Simplifies future planning by allowing side to side equipment to be placed anywhere in the data center.
Easy to install
Innovative design allows for fast, easy installation by almost anybody.
Increases the capacity of the air conditioner by supplying a warmer return air temperature.
Prevents overcooling during dehumidification.
Electronic expansion valve
Refrigerant flow optimization at any load and temperature conditions. Continuous indirect refrigerant charge monitoring
Electronically Commutated Fans
Provide the highest efficiency and reduce total power consumption by matching the airflow requirements to the heat load of the data center.
Enclosure system compatible
Specifically designed to work with Netshelter Enclosures.
A safety measure that provides protection from the fan opening by covering the inlet.
Fault-tolerant fan system
In the event of a fan failure, the remaining fan(s) will continue to operate.
Field replaceable components
Fans and electronics module can be readily replaced without uninstalling the unit.
Support for varying aisle widths, rack heights, rack depths, and single rows. Supports hot and cold aisle containment
Front service access
The system has full service, front access for routine servicing of components. Front access also narrows the footprint of the system making it possible for units to be placed side by side.
Environmentally friendly refrigerant that can offer LEED points.
For installations where hard wiring is required or prefered.
Head pressure control
Modulates refrigerant head pressure to protect from coil freeze.
High Sensible-to-Total Cooling Ratio
Achieved by careful sizing of heat exchanger coils.
Horizontal airflow pattern
Removes heat close to the source of generation in the hot aisle and distributes cold air to the front of the racks in the cold aisle.
Humidity is managed through a self-contained steam canister humidifier for maximum efficiency and ease of maintenance. The pure steam canister maintains consistent capacity output, and requires very little or no scheduled maintenance.
Higher rate of heat removal allows more equipment to be installed in each rack.
Local area network
Creates a shared control between all the available resources for maximum energy efficiency and controlled management of the group during emergency situations
Minimizes Air Mixing
Delivers cool, conditioned air directly to the inlet of IT equipment.
Modular design of the mechanical and control systems allow for gradual build-up of the cooling infrastructure to match the cooling demand of the facility. This greatly reduces CAPEX expeditures and provides deferred investment throughout the life of the facility.
Provides management by connecting the device directly to the network with a dedicated IP address, avoiding the need for a proxy such as a server. Management is available via Web browser, Telnet or SSH. Notification features inform you of problems as they occur.
Warmer entering air temperatures reduce both the required amount of humidification and the demand for costly reheat.
Placing the unit in the row of racks moves the source of cooling closer to the heat load. This eliminates air mixing and provides a predictable cooling architecture.
Predictive failure notification
Maximizes system availability by providing early warning of required fan or filter replacement.
Programmable input/output contacts
Allows device contacts to be connected to the air conditioner and mapped to customer outputs or system alarms.
Rack Inlet Temperature Control
Reduces the risk of hot spots at the rack level
Real-Time Capacity Monitoring
Real-time display of current and available cooling.
Ensures server exhaust air is returned to the InRow cooling units for maximum cooling predictability.
Captures hot exhaust air directly from the IT equipment, thereby increasing the unit's sensible cooling capacity over traditional cooling architectures.
Modular design provides scalable solutions to add cooling as demand increases.
Efficient use of space with a small footprint provides the ability for the unit to be placed in a corner or even installed into a partitioned space.
Monitors and displays temperature to prevent overheating.
Enables easy configuration, full monitoring, and event logging