Microchannel condenser

The Liebert MC microchannel condenser is designed to provide data center protection and leverages advanced controls within the outdoor condenser as well as communicate directly with the Liebert iCOM controls.

07/15/2014


The Liebert MC microchannel condenser is designed to provide data center protection and leverages advanced controls within the outdoor condenser as well as communicate directly with the Liebert iCOM controls. Courtesy: Emerson Network PowerEmerson Network Power's Liebert MC microchannel condenser is designed to provide data center protection and IT equipment protection. The Liebert MC microchannel condenser leverages advanced controls within the outdoor condenser that monitor outdoor temperatures and fan and compressor speeds. It communicates directly with the Liebert iCOM controls within the data center to optimize protection and efficiency. The microchannel coil design and electrically commutated (EC) variable speed fans are designed to provide efficient, IT system-matched heat rejection that reduces energy costs and operational expenses and enables a lower total cost of ownership (TOC).

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