Schneider Electric Expands Datacenter Cooling Line
Schneider Electric yesterday announced the InRow DX. The direct expansion 600mm unit, the company said, is part of a line aimed at helping keep datacenters cool. The new model reduces power consumption while increasing capacity.
The InRox DX is capable of 42kW of cooling with a 4000 SCFM maximum airflow in a 600mm-wide footprint, which the company characterizes as small. Schneider claims that the InRow DX offers the highest partial-load energy savings in the industry and says that it cuts consumption by 50 percent compared to first generation technology.
The InRow DX is available worldwide.
Schneider Electric and the 3M Company are using the International Organization for Standardization’s ISO 50001 and the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DoE) Superior Energy Performance program to help companies use energy more efficiently.
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