Modular cooling system

The HP Modular Cooling System (HP MCS) 100 and 200 are close-coupled cooling systems that can effectively cool fully populated high-density racks, which save floor space and cooling resources.

05/06/2014


The HP Modular Cooling System (HP MCS) 100 and 200 are close-coupled cooling systems that can effectively cool fully populated high-density racks, which save floor space and cooling resources. Courtesy: Hewlett-PackardThe HP Modular Cooling System (HP MCS) 100 and 200 are close-coupled cooling systems that can handle rack power and cooling requirements from 5,000 to 50,000 W without adding to the current heat load on the existing conventional data center cooling system. The HP MCS 100 and 200 can effectively cool fully populated high-density racks, which save floor space and cooling resources. Each server receives an adequate air supply, regardless of its position within the rack or the rack's density. As the servers expel warm exhaust air out the rear of the rack, the fan modules redirect the warm air into the heat exchanger module. The air is recooled and then recirculated to the front of the rack. The HP MCS 100 offers 5,000 to 35,000 W capacity, and the HP MCS 200 offers 10,000 to 50,000 W. Each model is capable of cooling one or two racks.

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