Cooling units designed for data centers

The Uniflair LE HDCV 4500 and HDCV 5000 cooling units are designed for data centers and utilize a coil system and under-floor fan module that is designed to deliver strong cooling capacity while drawing less power.

09/19/2014


The Uniflair LE HDCV 4500 and HDCV 5000 cooling units are designed for data centers and utilize a coil system and under-floor fan module that is designed to deliver strong cooling capacity while drawing less power. Courtesy: Schneider ElectricSchneider Electric's Uniflair LE HDCV 4500 and HDCV 5000 cooling units are designed for data centers—primarily cloud and colocation facilities—where higher cooling capacities and optimized efficiency are required. The Uniflair LE HDCV 4500 and the HDCV 5000 utilize a coil system and under-floor fan module that is designed to deliver strong cooling capacity while drawing less power. This provides efficient room-level cooling for large data center environments and reduces OPEX. Additional features of the Uniflair LE HDCV 4500 and HDCV 5000 include a 7-in. touch screen display and an optional ultra-capacitor back-up power option. It also has dual power inputs with a built-in automatic transfer switch.

Schneider Electric

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