1D9017F7-E71A-7B96-CC4AD4B74363484A

DirectCool Cabinet System

The DirectCool Cabinet System uses a cooling module that is only 8” wide but provides high-density cooling capacity directly to your critical IT hardware. This row-based cooling module is placed next to or between server cabinets with solid doors to a self-contained, controlled environment for your critical servers. Hot exhaust air is drawn in by a series of five fans at the back of the cabinet. This air is then forced through chilled-water coils to deliver precision cooled air flow directly to the server intake. The patented water-cooled module takes energy savings to a new level with its unique fan system. Five hot-swappable variable speed fans are each independently controlled by sensors at both the supply and return. This ensures that the fans at each level of the cabinet are operating at the most efficient level for the required load.

Control panels with LCD digital readouts provide at a glance monitoring of environmental, power and cooling data. Monitor and/or control fan speed, water temperatures, and rack temperatures. In addition, ports are available for power monitoring, door lock control, water detection, and more.

DirectCool Cabinet System

The DirectCool Cabinet System uses a cooling module that is only 8” wide but provides high-density cooling capacity directly to your critical IT hardware. This row-based cooling module is placed next to or between server cabinets with solid doors to a self-contained, controlled environment for your critical servers. Hot exhaust air is drawn in by a series of five fans at the back of the cabinet. This air is then forced through chilled-water coils to deliver precision cooled air flow directly to the server intake. The patented water-cooled module takes energy savings to a new level with its unique fan system. Five hot-swappable variable speed fans are each independently controlled by sensors at both the supply and return. This ensures that the fans at each level of the cabinet are operating at the most efficient level for the required load.

Control panels with LCD digital readouts provide at a glance monitoring of environmental, power and cooling data. Monitor and/or control fan speed, water temperatures, and rack temperatures. In addition, ports are available for power monitoring, door lock control, water detection, and more.

Product Description

Provides high-density cooling capacity directly to your critical IT hardware.

Reviews

There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “DirectCool Cabinet System”

Request a Quote
Features
  • Water: 1” hose connections, 3’ flexible hoses to shut valves
  • Flow: 8 to 21 Gallons per Minute, 0.4 bar pressure drop @ 16 GPM
  • Automatic condensate exhaust via 6mm push fit hose
  • Five variable speed fans (800-2700RPM), 680 CFM
  • Fans are hot-swappable for easy replacement
  • Noise levels: 52dB with doors closed
  • LCD ‘Walk by’ display – shows cabinet location & temperature
  • Automatic control of fan speed and optional flow control of water dependant on heat load in cabinet
  • Flow/water pressure meters with cross check for early leak detection
  • Five ‘Zones’ in cabinet top to bottom, front and rear with independent control of fan speed and ‘summing’ control of water flow
Specifications
  • 42U or 47U Cabinet Sizes
  • Cooling Module can Supply One or Two Cabinets
  • Closed Loop Cooling – Supply and Return Internal to Cabinets
  • Five Independent Fans Adjust to Cooling Load for High Efficiency
[table “2” not found /]
Solution Request

Name (required)

Email Address (required)

Phone Number

Notes/Questions

Accessories
Similar Products
  • image description

    Magnetic Cabinet Skirts

    Data center managers who are serious about maximizing their cooling efficiency know that sealing all gaps is critical to maximize the effectiveness of their aisle containment solution.  It is common practice to use blanking panels to fill unused rack spaces.  However, cabinet skirts to seal the gap under server cabinets are often overlooked. Data centers that incorporate hot and cold aisle containment have pressure differentials between the aisles. This pressure can cause the gap below server cabinets, which is often 2” or more, to become an air stream between hot and cold aisles. The resulting mix of air reduces the effectiveness of a containment solution.

    The Cool Shield Magnetic Cabinet Skirts provide an easy fix for this issue.  The lightweight strips install in seconds and are scored to allow them to easily adjust to cover gaps from 1” to 3.5”. Place them at the floor level across either the front or back of the cabinets to block air mixing below the cabinets.  Also, depending on the containment design, it can be helpful to block airflow beneath the side panels at row ends.

    Why Magnetic Cabinet Skirts Have a Huge ROI

    Magnetic cabinet skirts block hot exhaust air from coming under the cabinet to raise the temperature in the cold aisle.  Studies have shown that blocking the gap beneath the server cabinets can impact supply temperatures at the lower rack positions by 5 degrees or more.  Eliminating air mixing allows for more precise control of cooling unit set points.  Increasing set points is the primary way to improve cooling efficiency and reduce energy costs.  A small investment in magnetic cabinet skirts can result in huge cost savings on your utility bill.

    Learn More about Magnetic Cabinet Skirts
  • image description

    Rhino Data Center Cage

    Cages, Partitions and Fencing for the Data Center Environment.

    Learn More about Rhino Data Center Cage
  • See More Similar Products
  • image description

    Magnetic Cabinet Skirts

    Data center managers who are serious about maximizing their cooling efficiency know that sealing all gaps is critical to maximize the effectiveness of their aisle containment solution.  It is common practice to use blanking panels to fill unused rack spaces.  However, cabinet skirts to seal the gap under server cabinets are often overlooked. Data centers that incorporate hot and cold aisle containment have pressure differentials between the aisles. This pressure can cause the gap below server cabinets, which is often 2” or more, to become an air stream between hot and cold aisles. The resulting mix of air reduces the effectiveness of a containment solution.

    The Cool Shield Magnetic Cabinet Skirts provide an easy fix for this issue.  The lightweight strips install in seconds and are scored to allow them to easily adjust to cover gaps from 1” to 3.5”. Place them at the floor level across either the front or back of the cabinets to block air mixing below the cabinets.  Also, depending on the containment design, it can be helpful to block airflow beneath the side panels at row ends.

    Why Magnetic Cabinet Skirts Have a Huge ROI

    Magnetic cabinet skirts block hot exhaust air from coming under the cabinet to raise the temperature in the cold aisle.  Studies have shown that blocking the gap beneath the server cabinets can impact supply temperatures at the lower rack positions by 5 degrees or more.  Eliminating air mixing allows for more precise control of cooling unit set points.  Increasing set points is the primary way to improve cooling efficiency and reduce energy costs.  A small investment in magnetic cabinet skirts can result in huge cost savings on your utility bill.

    Learn More about Magnetic Cabinet Skirts
  • image description

    Rhino Data Center Cage

    Cages, Partitions and Fencing for the Data Center Environment.

    Learn More about Rhino Data Center Cage
  • image description

    ESG Series 2000

    A highly configurable colocation server cabinet available in multiple heights.

    Learn More about ESG Series 2000
  • image description
  • image description
  • image description
  • image description

    Air Conditioned Enclosures (ACE)

    Learn More about Air Conditioned Enclosures (ACE)
  • Show Less
arrow