Thermal Management

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With miniaturization and technology advances, IT equipment has gone through revolutionary changes. In the older generation of tower servers, the need for heat dissipation was minimal, and not a serious issue. A present-day Blade Chassis can pack 14 to 16 blades in a most compact space of maximum 14U. With this level of compaction, power consumption levels have soared, and so has the heat inside racks. Efficiently removing heat from enclosures has become a critical challenge for datacenters.

Schneider Electric President has evolved various innovative solutions to meet these thermal management challenges.

ChillRack

ChillRack is a self-contained server cabinet that works on a closed loop cooling system.  With the rack mount AC unit built into the rack, precise delivery of inlet air and immediate capture of return air keeps the electronic equipment at optimal temperature. Closed-loop cooling addresses the heat load independent of the outside room air temperature. […]
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CoolRack

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President’s CoolRack is an innovative enclosure that can address heat loads upto 5 KW. Using the concept of Focused Cooling,  the CoolRack allows cool air to enter the rack directly from below through the raised datacenter flooring. A high-pressure cool air wall is created between the front faces of the servers and the front glass door of […]
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CoolRack-HD

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President’s Cool Rack-HD is an innovative enclosure that can address heat loads upto 10 KW.  This solution is based on simple principle of isolating the incoming cold air from the hot return air being exhausted from the rear of the cabinet. The innovative Fan Exhaust duct combination helps in this isolation of the cold and […]
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Cool Way

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As the majority of servers sold today require air as the cooling medium, it is essential for any datacenter design to ensure that each and every server location be provided with the correct volume, temperature and humidity of air. Using the Hot/Cold Aisle principle, server racks in modern data centers are arranged perpendicular to the […]
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BAFT

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The Brush Access Floor Tile (BAFT) is an innovative idea for data center floors. When these tiles are placed, the incidence of cold air leakage is reduced considerably, thereby conserving thermal energy and enabling savings in your power bills. More Benefits BAFTs are pre-slotted, thus avoiding the pollution associated with the on-site cutting of conventional […]
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