- IR40-CAA-ESA – NetworkAIR IR 40 kW Chilled Water 208V/208V
- IR40-CCA-ESA – NetworkAIR IR 40 kW Chilled Water 480V/208V
- IR40-CDA-ESA – NetworkAIR IR 40 kW Chilled Water 480V/480V
- IR40-CEA-ESA – NetworkAIR IR 40 kW Chilled Water 600V/208V
- IR40-CMA-ESA – NetworkAIR IR 40 kW Chilled Water 600V
Predictable cooling — Placing the unit in the row of racks moves the source of cooling closer to the heat load. This eliminates air mixing and provides a predictable cooling architecture.
Critical power input — Critical components may be configured to receive power from a separate source for uninterruptible cooling during a power event. (This feature requires a backup power source to the chilled water supply.)
Scaleable densities — The in-row architecture cools densities of 1-5kW per rack. Densities up to 20kW per rack can be achieved by implementing the Hot-aisle Containment System.
Total Cost of Ownership
Operational efficiency — Warmer entering air temperatures reduce both the required amount of humidification and the demand for costly reheat.
Increased capacity — Warmer entering air temperatures result in increased cooling capacity, requiring fewer cooling units than traditional cooling methodologies.
Dew point humidity control — Humidification control can be set to dew point control instead of relative humidity control. Warmer return air temperatures can result in over-humidification when set for relative humidity control. Dew point control uses the moisture content of the air for humidification demand.
Microprocessor controller — Provides proactive control and real-time monitoring via a four line, eighty character, alphanumeric display.
Temperature/humidity probe — Monitors the room temperature and relative humidity up to 12 feet away. Can be used for controlling set points.
Network interface — Provides management by connecting the device directly to the network with a dedicated IP address, avoiding the need for a proxy such as a server. Management is available via Web browser, Telnet or SSH. Notification features inform you of problems as they occur.
Redundant group control — Allows up to 4 groups of precision air conditioners to communicate with each other for redundancy, demand fighting prevention, mode assist, and global sharing of certain settings.
Front service access — The system has full service, front access for routine servicing of components. Front access also narrows the footprint of the system making it possible for units to be placed side by side.
- APC by Schneider Electric