Rear door cabinet cooling or back of rack systems are becoming the more favourable choice for data centre cooling. They are referred to as rear door heat exchanges (RDHE), and ideal for high density computing environments that utilise Blade or high performance clusters (HPC). They also offer an ideal cooling solution for a data centre, server, & computer room with space and height constraints. They come configured as either Passive or Active Systems.
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The overall design of your data centre cooling systems should be sized to the I.T. load, with the ability to expand without disruption to critical services which avoids energy wastage due to system losses. It is vital to build redundancy into your data centre cooling systems. RDHE units require minimal servicing ideally every 3 - 6 months, and redundant systems provide additional resilience and facilitate repairs during maintenance checks.
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