Data Hall 1:
Data Hall 1 has several data pods using Emerson in-row cooling system and directly coupled to the York and Carrier liquid screw chillers. The Emerson in-row cooling unit draws warm exhaust air directly from the hot aisle, cools it and distributes it to the cold aisle. This ensures that inlet temperatures are steady for precise operation. Coupling the air conditioning with the heat source produces an
efficient direct return air path; this is called “close coupled cooling,” which also lowers the fan energy required. In-row cooling also prevents the mixing of hot and cold air, thus increasing efficiency.
Data Hall 2:
Data Hall 2 is predominantly using APC InfraStruXure In-Row RC Cooling Units. With the use of this units, the average operational cost is significantly reduced compared to traditional methods of cooling and it is even easier to implement a redundant cooling solution.
Precision cooling systems step up or down to meet the required cooling in the right place at the right time. Save money on energy cost, direct InRow cooling eliminates unnecessary usage after office hours or at other times when power consumption is reduced. The APC InRow™ RC Units have the following features:
- Active Response Controls – Monitor and actively adjust cooling capacity to ensure proper server inlet temperatures.
- Predictable Cooling – Placing the unit in the row of racks moves the source of cooling closer to the heat load. This eliminates air mixing and provides predictable cooling architecture.
- Dual A-B power inputs – Draws power from the UPS for power protection with dual feeds for redundancy
- In-Row architecture – Supports modular expansion allowing for increased cooling for high-density applications.
- Cooling capacity of up to 18kW.