Simplify and accelerate your next data center design project using EcoStruxure™ Reference Designs.
Start your project with a Data Center Reference Design
Every data center project comes with its unique parameters and requirements, so it is necessary to create the best-fit data center design for your facility to operate effectively and efficiently.
Data Center Reference Designs provide an effective starting point for your project. Developing the right design requires stakeholder agreement on key attributes and performance characteristics.
What’s a Data Center Reference Design?
Schneider Electric Data Center Reference Designs are validated and documented plans representing how physical infrastructure systems are configured and laid out as well as specifying the components used. The designs cover electrical, mechanical, and IT space systems.
Design Summary PDFs are available for download on this page. Each design includes an Engineering Package containing one-lines, piping diagrams, floor layouts, and an equipment list. The Engineering Package is available upon request.
Explore our Reference Designs
Access each Reference Design’s Design Summary PDF to view a detailed overview of the design and its performance characteristics. The Design Summary PDF also contains instructions on how to request the Engineering Package for that design.
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How can you benefit from Schneider Electric EcoStruxure Data Center Reference Designs?
Schneider Electric Data Center Reference Designs are validated and documented plans for how physical infrastructure systems are configured and laid out, as well as for describing which specific components are used. Their standardized documentation makes it easier for data center project teams to come to an agreement on key project parameters of a data center design such as data center power capacity, rack power density, power and mechanical redundancy, efficiency, and cost. Data Center Reference Designs offer a great starting point for both new and retrofit data center projects. They simplify and accelerate the early planning phase of projects to get to the detailed design phase faster and with fewer errors and rework.