Schneider Uniflair LE Room Cooling Series Receives DOE Certification for Energy Efficiency
Schneider Electric’s Uniflair LE Room Cooling series for data centers has received the Department of Energy’s certification for energy efficiency.
The Uniflair LE uses highly efficient electronically commutated (EC) fans, intelligent controls and optimization during part-load operation. The Uniflair LE perimeter units provide efficient cooling for any data center environment. And the Uniflair LE Precision Cooling units are configurable to meet and adapt to any application.
The DOE has regulated the energy efficiency levels of computer room air conditioners (CRACs) since 2012 to encourage the advancement of green solutions and has developed uniform test methods for the measurement of energy efficiency. The new DOE energy efficiency certification requirements establish a balanced standard that meets the need to decrease energy consumption, while also reducing operating costs for end-users.
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