These systems offer a unique solution by incorporating the precision air conditioning into the rack. This design eliminates the need for a precision room air conditioner, increases efficiency and are rapidly deployable. Self-contained rack solutions range in size from 1/2 to 10 tons (1.6 to 40 kW).
Available in both passive and active configurations, the Liebert DCD chilled water rear door heat exchanger provides cooling to high density racks. The Liebert DCP supports the Liebert DCD cooling doors by isolating the pumped water from the building chilled water system.
The Liebert DCW cooling system includes the Liebert DCD fanless chilled water door and the Liebert DCP Coolant Pumping Unit to supply chilled water to high density racks. The modules offer an alternative heat removal solution to critical applications where the hot aisle/cold aisle approach to cooling is not practical.
Vertiv rack enclosure protection solutions bring together the full range of Vertiv support systems into a single package. Depending on the level of protection required, these self contained systems can include comprehensive, computer-grade support features such as cooling, power, monitoring and security — all integrated in a seamless, qualified design.
The SmartRow DCR is a self-contained, modular datacenter designed to simplify IT deployments in indoor spaces. With capacities up to 10 racks, integrating cooling, UPS, power distribution, fire suppression, and backup ventilation, the SmartRow™ enables standardization of complete micro datacenter configurations across multiple locations. The degree of factory integration maximizes installation speed while minimizing cost. Why build out a datacenter space, when you can have one delivered?
SmartRow DCX provides a complete data center in a row in just weeks not months. It combines four to fourteen racks with data center grade thermal management, UPSs, power management, monitoring and control technologies and cable management all in an enclosed room neutral system. With multiple ways to configure for future expansion, power and cooling redundancy levels and emergency ventilation – it’s a flexible solution to meet today’s needs while being prepared for the unknown of tomorrow.