Mitsubishi offers VRF-based data centre cooling
UK: Mitsubishi Electric has launched a new range of VRF-based, close-coupled, inverter-driven precision air conditioning models, designed specifically for business-critical IT environments.
The new Multi Density system is said to be ideal for situations where high sensible cooling and close control of temperature in high-density applications, such as data centres, is essential.
New to the IT cooling sector, the Multi Density system connects close-coupled indoor units directly to a VRF outdoor unit. Up to eight indoor units can be connected on a single system, offering an operating range of 12.5kW to 50kW per solution.
“Our new Multi Density system is drawing on the pedigree that Mitsubishi Electric has within the VRF air conditioning market and delivering something truly unique for IT cooling requirements and applications,” said James Chaplen, senior product manager at Mitsubishi Electric.
The R410A system is said to be ideal for high density racks and blade server cooling in data centres. It is able to cope with the increased thermal load of high density racks, and thanks to the small footprint, the in-row and in-rack CRAC units can be placed directly within the racks to cool the localised hot spots.