- 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.
- Flexibility - Support for varying aisle widths, rack heights, rack depths, and single rows. Supports hot and cold aisle containment
- Dual power inputs - (Optional) Dual power supplies for incoming power redundancy
- Redundant fans - In the event of fan failure, redundant fans will provide increased airflow.
- Top and bottom chilled water connections - Provide flexibilty in installation based on the constraints of a given area.
- Active Airflow Control - Monitors and actively adjust cooling unit airflow in containment systems, while providing visibility to effective cooling to critical IT equipment.
- Casters - Provides flexibility to move the unit to wherever cooling is required.
- Washable filters - Easy to maintain, cleanable, deep loading mesh filter removes particles from the return air stream.
- Microprocessor controller - The system is controlled by a microprocessor, with an 80-character LCD backlit alphanumeric display, that provides communication and alarm indication.
- Easy service access - Allows for all serviceable components to be replaced/maintained by easily accessible panels/doors.
- Variable speed fans - Variable speed fans reduce energy consumption during off-peak cooling periods.
- Capacity Control - Cooling system will operate from 0 - 100% of the rated capacity to maintain rack inlet temperatures and reduce operational costs at varying heat loads.