Chilled water data center cooling solution

Schneider Electric offers two additions to its intelligent cooling systems

11/15/2011



Schneider Electric’s two new additions to its intelligent cooling solutions portfolio are designed to meet the needs of any data center environment. These additions include the availability of Uniflair Chilled Water Room Air Conditioners and the InRow RA. Featuring a compact footprint, electronically commutated (EC) fans, and a design that allows for easy accessibility for service, Uniflair Chilled Water Room Air Conditioners allow owners and operators to confidently run their data centers knowing they have the support of a perimeter cooling solution. The InRow RA uses a water-free approach to cooling the data center, mitigating the risk of leaks developing within the data center. This close-coupled cooling approach is floor mounted and features a highly efficient pumped refrigerant row-based system that leverages thermal containment and smart controls. The InRow RA is equipped with active response controls for monitoring and active adjustment of cooling capacity. This ensures proper temperatures within the server environment are consistently maintained.

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