Canovate’s investment in research and development has created a practical design that improves on the efficiency of the system by minimizing condensed water and using a multi-point injection system. This distributes the environmentally friendly R410 refrigerant more efficiently within the heat exchange unit. By placing the system where the cool air is needed most directly, using In-Row technology, cooling capacity is maximized.
To improve on our system’s energy efficiency, we use hot-swappable, variable speed, temperature-controlled fans with Electronically Commutated (EC) motors.
Our design is also technician friendly, combining the condenser and compressor – a notoriously noisy unit – and placing them outside of the data center or telecommunications facility. This allows technicians to work within the area more easily.
The coolant can be run through copper pipes that lead either to the top or bottom of the unit, according to the need of the design.
The functionality and efficiency of the system can be monitored and controlled with an optional SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol) card. This allows administrators to monitor how well the system is working holistically, and to better identify any possible hotspots, leaks in the hot/cold aisle containment, under-used servers, or other issues.
* 28 kW cooling capacity in a 42U 300×1000 cabinet
* Automatically controlled between 11 to 28 kW
* EER is above 3 for maximum energy efficiency
* External compressor unit to lower interior noise
* Practical solutions to cooling with minimized condensed water
* Specially developed for cold & hot aisle containment applications
* Modular construction
* In-Row Technology
* No raised floor required
* Variable speed, electronically commuted (EC) fans
* Modular design allows for capacity expansion
* Hot-swappable fans
* Copper pipes can come either from the top or from the bottom of the unit
* Temperature controlled fans
* Remotely control and monitor coolers with optional SNMP card