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Number Abstract Type Size
AN-126 v0 Selection procedure for RC and RP
Describes the procedure for selecting InRow Chilled Water products for successful applications.
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AN-142 v0 InRow RC Environmental Control
The function of the InRow RC product is to cool air from the hot aisle and deliver it to the cold aisle at the temperature setpoint. The InRow RC controls the environment with a cooling function only. This document describes the control process for the InRow RC. In order to provide environmental control, the InRow RC unit monitors the temperature of the return air, temperature of the supply air, and a remote rack inlet temperature
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AN-132 v0 InRow RC Cooling of HP C-Class Chassis
High performance blade chassis such as the HP c-Class are alleged to be highly problematic regarding thermal solutions within traditional Data Center spaces. APC has developed in row cooling products, such as the InRow RC, to specifically address such challenges.
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AN-75 v1 Configuring Data Centers to Support HP BladeSystem p-Class Servers
HP BladeSystem p-Class servers operate at a power density 10X higher than that of a typical data center, which demands special attention to the power and cooling system. Success in deploying these servers – there are five basic strategies – requires an understanding of several inputs, including the business needs driving the deployment, user preferences, blade requirements, and constraints. This Application Note considers these inputs, and guides the reader to (1)select the best deployment method from the five basic methods, (2) choose the appropriate rack, cooling, power, and management solutions, and (3) apply these solutions to fit individual needs.
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AN-92 v0 Best Practices for Designing Data Centers with the InRow RC
The InfraStruXure® InRow RC is designed to provide cooling at the row and rack level of a data center for rack based IT equipment with front to back airflow. When designing data centers with this product, there are some best practices that should be followed to ensure the InRow RC is cooling as designed. This paper presents the best practices that should be followed when designing a data center with the InRow RC, and provides some additional guidelines to follow when some of these best practices can not be adopted as part of the data center layout.
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AN-146 v1 Hot Aisle Containment Application Guidelines and Approved Configurations
The Hot Aisle Containment System (HACS) is a modular ceiling panel and door system for use in isolating the supply and return air between an APC NetShelter rack and an APC InRow® cooling solution. The containment system is designed to create a separate environment for air distribution in order to prevent mixing of hot and cold air streams, resulting in a more predictable cooling pattern. The modular design and ability to retrofit to an existing Netshelter rack enables medium to high density racks to be cooled in an autonomous environment without overcooling the room.
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AN-90 v3 Rack Air Containment Application Guidelines and Approved Configurations
The Rack Air Containment System (RACS) is a modular front and rear plenum for use in isolating the supply and return air between an APC Netshelter SX rack enclosure and an APC InRow™ cooling solution. The containment system is designed to create a separate environment for air distribution in order to prevent mixing of hot and cold air streams, resulting in a more predictable cooling pattern. The modular design and ability to retrofit to an existing Netshelter SX rack enables medium to high density racks to be cooled in an autonomous environment without overcooling the room mixed with lower density loads.
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AN-74 v1 Configuration of InfraStruXure for Data Centers to Support Dell PowerEdge 1855 Blade Servers
The Introdcution of blade servers has created many challenges for those who design and support NCPI. InfraStruXure for Data Centers can be configured to meet the dynamic needs of Dell PowerEdge 1855 Blade Servers
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