Load bank

ComRent offers the CRLS 11.5 kW load bank designed for testing hot, cold aisle isolation, provides variable fan speed control

01/23/2011


ComRent CRLS load bankComRent International LLC produces the CRLS 11.5 kW load bank, a 19 in. rack-mountable load bank that weighs 56 lbs. and is designed specifically for testing hot aisle containment and cold aisle isolation while providing variable fan speed control, which offers function and efficiency for data centers. The 11.5 kW variable fan speed control allows adjustment of airflow, temperature data, and altitude compensation, and can be used to adjust the applied load. The unit has two channels with input per channel that can operate at independent voltages and has an adjustment range from 530 cfm to a maximum of 730 cfm per channel.



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