QuietCool

This premium range of quiet rack enclosures provides the ultimate combination of noise reduction and air cooled thermal performance. The QuietCool is a viable alternative to a costly dedicated server room, by allowing the deployment of servers and network equipment directly in the office environment.

This range of quiet rack cabinets will reduce equipment noise to a level below that of background noise in an average office without talking, whilst providing a thermal load capacity of up to 7.2 kW (equivalent to 37 single processor servers and peripherals)

Being thermostatically controlled the rear fan blowers maintain sufficient airflow throughout the rack cabinet, providing the required level of thermal dissipation, while optimizing the level of 'ambient' background noise the cabinet itself generates and minimizing power expenditure.

Also, the spacious internal dimensions provide ample room for orderly cable routing throughout the QuietCool cabinet, with varied cable entry options to the bottom of the enclosure. For proper thermal management, be sure to use blanking panels to cover all unused rack spaces at the front of the cabinet.

QuietCool

This premium range of quiet rack enclosures provides the ultimate combination of noise reduction and air cooled thermal performance. The QuietCool is a viable alternative to a costly dedicated server room, by allowing the deployment of servers and network equipment directly in the office environment.

This range of quiet rack cabinets will reduce equipment noise to a level below that of background noise in an average office without talking, whilst providing a thermal load capacity of up to 7.2 kW (equivalent to 37 single processor servers and peripherals)

Being thermostatically controlled the rear fan blowers maintain sufficient airflow throughout the rack cabinet, providing the required level of thermal dissipation, while optimizing the level of 'ambient' background noise the cabinet itself generates and minimizing power expenditure.

Also, the spacious internal dimensions provide ample room for orderly cable routing throughout the QuietCool cabinet, with varied cable entry options to the bottom of the enclosure. For proper thermal management, be sure to use blanking panels to cover all unused rack spaces at the front of the cabinet.

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Features
  • Key locked front and rear doors, removable for easy access
  • Two sets of 19″ rack mount, square hole vertical rack rails.
  • Cable entry via base of cabinet. Includes foam block to prevent noise from escaping
  • Design requires using blanking panels on all unused ‘U’ spaces
  • Removable side panels for easy access
  • Heavy duty steel construction
  • Delivered fully assembled with casters
  • Compatible with all leading server brands, including blade servers
  • Two built in fans in rear door
  • Variable fan speed controller and temperature sensor
Specifications
  • Air-cooled cabinet with thermal management up to 7.2 kW
  • Utilizes existing room AC to optimize air flow through servers
  • Integrated sound absorption significantly reduces server noise
  • Ideal for use in regional offices, retail locations, bank branches and more
Part#DescriptionDimensions
QC-42UQuiet Cool 42U Server Sound Absorption Cabinet With Thermal Management To 7 KW80.7″H X 30.7″W X 47.6″D
QC-24UQuiet Cool 42U Server Sound Absorption Cabinet With Thermal Management To 7 KW49.12″H X 30.7″W X 47.6″D
QC-12UQuiet Cool 42U Server Sound Absorption Cabinet With Thermal Management To 7 KW28.18″H X 30.7″W X 47.6″D
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