Automatic variable air volume damper
The SmartAire P by Tate is a pressure sensing, automatic variable air volume damper that minimizes bypass airflow through servers, racks, and other containment structures.
The SmartAire P by Tate is a pressure sensing, automatic variable air volume damper that minimizes bypass airflow through servers, racks, and other containment structures. Constant airflow into a contained system with a variable-load profile wastes energy during times of nonpeak load performance as airflow is forced through servers and other spaces in the containment structure. By installing SmartAire P under a portion of the airflow panels in the cold aisle, airflow can be automatically varied to maintain a desired static pressure. The SmartAire P is daisy-chained to SmartAire C units for a primary/secondary configuration that modulates all dampers to control static pressure and maintain a user defined setpoint.
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