Fan assist module

The PowerAire Quad fan assist module by Tate manages cooling requirements for dense server racks and blades.

10/05/2012


The PowerAire Quad fan assist module by Tate manages cooling requirements for dense server racks and blades. Courtesy: Tate Inc.Tate’s PowerAire Quad fan assist module uses four fans connected in parallel to provide built-in redundancy. The PowerAire Quad effectively manages the cooling requirements for dense server racks and blades. It provides a blast of cooling through the DirectAire airflow panel. PowerAire Quad is 4 in. deep, making it ideal for retrofit situations with finished floor heights as low as 7.5 in. Equipped with variable-speed fan drives, all four fans can be throttled up or down based on heat-load requirements. This makes PowerAire Quad an ideal solution for cooling the toughest hot spots in a data center. PowerAire is easy to install in retrofit applications or as part of a new, advanced cooling strategy. PowerAire Quad also features zero maintenance, high precision, and quick response temperature measurement, and viewable peak temperature for walkthrough check of each rack.

Tate Inc.

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