Schneider InRow RC Improves Data Center Cooling
Schneider Electric introduced the second generation of its InRow RC as the latest addition to its InRow product line for data centers. This second generation release introduces two new models that improve cooling efficiency by reducing power consumption while also increasing capacity.
The high temperature model, designed for optimal heat removal, leverages warmer water temperatures and outdoor ambient air temperatures to increase chiller efficiency, thus maximizing the hours of economization.
InRow RC reduces the distance between the heat source and heat removal, eliminating the mixture of hot and cold air streams, therefore improving overall cooling predictability. InRow RC also features variable speed fans that reduce energy consumption during off-peak cooling periods or when the data center is partially loaded.
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