Critical facility temperatures management with low energy costs

InRow DX 600mm maintains critical facility temperatures while having low energy costs and enhanced controls.

08/01/2016


InRow DX 600mm maintains critical facility temperatures while having low energy costs and enhanced controls. Courtesy: Schneider ElectricSchneider Electric's InRow direct expansion (DX) 600mm maintains critical facility temperatures while having low energy costs and enhanced controls. Capable of high-density cooling up to 42 kW with a 4000 SCFM max airflow in a small 600 mm-wide footprint, InRow DX solution provides energy savings in the industry. The solution uses brushless variable speed scroll compressors and EC fans. Available in self-contained, fluid-cooled, and air-cooled configurations with optional humidity control, these products meet the diverse requirements for closet, server room, and data center cooling. Active flow control addition measures air pressure inside the containment system and automatically adjusts fan speed to match the exact airflow of the IT equipment.

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