i-NEXT step for IT cooling

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Published: 25 September 2018


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Mitsubishi Electric says its new i-NEXT direct expansion (DX) computer room air conditioning range uses advanced inverter technology designed to maximise energy efficiency and help reduce operating costs.

Using inverter-driven technology with Mitsubishi Electric BLDC compressors and offering capacities of up to 140kW for down flow and 105kW for up flow configurations, the manufacturer says the range is well equipped to deal with a variety of data centre and computer room applications.
Sales director Deane Flint said: “With the demands for faster, more powerful IT infrastructure only increasing, cooling equipment has never been more important. A critical commercial requirement for data centre managers is to ensure a low overall operating cost, and a key element of this involves installing cooling plant that is as energy-efficient as possible.

“This and the products to follow show how serious we are about delivering a complete solution for any building or sector. Not only can our customers now purchase market-leading air conditioning, heating and ventilation products from us, they are also able to access state-of-the-art, dedicated IT cooling.” 

Noise and power usage has been reduced due to ultralight EC fan plugs, while integrated control of up to 10 units allows for intelligent redundancy management via LAN, removing the need for third party controls.

Automatic restart means the systems are up and running immediately after a power outage and the range offeres pptional extras includeing Modbus RS485 and BACnet TCP/IP connectivity, electrical heaters and steam humidifiers, discharge plenums and floor stands.
 
More information on the i-NEXT range is ​available here.