Rittal introduces Blue E cooling units designed to provide energy savings of up to 45 per cent
Blue E cooling units
Rittal claims that its Blue E cooling units have the same nominal cooling output, physical size and cut-out dimensions as the equivalent Rittal Basic cooling units and can realise energy savings of up to 45 per cent.
Each cooling unit features additional monitoring functions on the seven-segment display, including high-condensate-level warning, a clogged-filter mat alarm, enclosure internal temperature and error messages. As a result, the health of the unit can be checked at a glance.
Using the SK BUS system, up to 10 Rittal Blue E cooling units can be connected together in a master and slave configuration.
- Passcode protection — this both restricts access and prevents accidental adjustment
- Ridiag II software — this setup, diagnostic and data acquisition tool may be used in conjunction with the Toptherm Blue E cooling unit
Rittal’s TS 8 screw-fastened side panels are now packaged in a new stretch-wrap system, which consists of all-round polystyrene edge protectors and stretch film.
Rittal has launched a range of cooling systems suitable for deployment in either cold-aisle containment or high-density rack cooling applications.
At the recent Cebit exhibition in Germany, Rittal introduced the RimatrixS, a standardised data centre, and the Modular Safe Level E system, which protects business-critical data against physical damage caused by fire, water, smoke or unauthorised access.
Rittal is offering a range of climate control accessories, including a fan-and-filter unit. To save energy, a speed control device can be used to vary the fan speed of the unit in response to the cooling demand, ultimately switching the fan off when not required.
Rittal has announced that its Riline60 busbar system has been adapted to operate on DC networks.