Schneider Electric InRow DX 600 mm cooling system
Schneider Electric has introduced the second generation of the InRow DX (direct expansion) 600 mm, expanding the company’s cooling portfolio to meet the evolving cooling needs of an ever-changing data centre environment. Providing the high-density cooling data centre managers need to maintain critical facility temperatures, the product features enhanced controls and an updated user interface.
The second-generation release improves cooling efficiency by reducing power consumption while also increasing capacity. Capable of high-density cooling up to 42 kW with a 4000 SCFM max airflow in a 600 mm-wide footprint, the product provides high partial-load energy savings, cutting energy consumption by 50% over first-generation technology. The savings are enabled by the use of brushless variable speed scroll compressors and EC fans.
The design closely couples cooling with the IT heat load, preventing hot air recirculation while improving cooling predictability and allowing for a pay-as-you-grow environment. Available in self-contained, fluid-cooled and air-cooled configurations with or without humidity control, the products meet the diverse requirements for closet, server room and data centre cooling.
Active flow control, which measures air pressure inside the containment system and automatically adjusts fan speed to match the exact airflow of the IT equipment, increases precision and efficiency. With a user-friendly design, the device also features an intuitive 4.3″ colour touch-screen display and network card to provide fast, easy access to data and increased visibility into cooling system performance.
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