Schneider Electric Launches Air-Conditioned IT Server Cabinet
ChillRack is meant to be a self-contained server cabinet that works on a closed loop cooling system.
- Monday, March 5, 2012
- By CyberMedia News
Schneider Electric has launched the ChillRack, a new air-conditioned IT server cabinet. The ChillRack facilitates the installation and fault-free maintenance of sensitive electronic equipment in harsh environments where dust, dirt and varying heat levels are common – as in factories, retail outlets, remote offices, warehouses and workspaces in arid locations. The product is used in areas where room air temperature is not adequate for peak IT electronic equipment efficiency.
ChillRack is meant to be a self-contained server cabinet that works on a closed loop cooling system. With the AC unit built into the rack itself, precise delivery of inlet air and immediate capture of warm return air keeps the electronic equipment at optimal temperature. The high efficiency rack-mounted AC unit built into the bottom of the cabinet creates a controlled cool micro climate within the rack space. The addition of an optional on-line UPS system ensures uninterrupted power supply to the equipment.