Air conditioning

Electrical Safety for Air Conditioning

A Good Climate for Reliable Operation

Air conditioning of data centers is an essential prerequisite for availability and operational safety. Data centers must maintain suitable conditions and temperatures for the critical equipment to remain functional and at peak performance. If there is too much hot air in a data center, the equipment can overheat, and irreversible malfunctions can occur. Because of this, the air conditioning system is considered critical to the electrical safety of the overall data center.

As a general rule, the cooling and air conditioning of data centers and server rooms aims to minimize the volume of air to cool. This is why the spaces in which data centers often reside is a smaller footprint than one might imagine. Outside of the server room itself, it is also essential to evaluate the number of additional heat sources within the facility, as these could also have an impact on the system's cooling system. 

While data centers can be costly and consume a tremendous amount of energy, it is vital to ensure all systems are set up in a way that maximizes efficiency. There is too much at risk if this is not done correctly. Even just a few years ago, the increasing integration and packing density for processors and telecommunication systems that generate high heat levels in such a small space would have been inconceivable. However, this is now possible thanks to advancements in air conditioning units and cooling technology.

A failure of the air conditioning, and subsequent possible overheating, is synonymous with fire risk, loss of irreplaceable resources, and loss of time and money. From this perspective, continuous monitoring with Bender's RCMS series residual current monitoring systems (ground-fault monitors) is indispensable. With this technology, immediate recognition of hazardous changes in the power supply is possible. Implementing Bender's monitoring technology increases the reliability of the air conditioning system that is necessary to the data center. 

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CategoryNameSizeLanguageTimestampD-/B-Number
Product Overviews ISOMETER®/ISOSCAN® 3.7 MB EN2022/05/25 08:08:1025.05.2022 08:08:10
Product Overviews Residual Current Monitoring 2.2 MB EN2022/05/24 12:26:4924.05.2022 12:26:49
Market Segment Brochures Data Centres 1.5 MB EN2022/12/07 14:46:4907.12.2022 14:46:49
Technical Information 2020 Guidelines (US) 5.6 MB EN2020/01/28 14:33:1428.01.2020 14:33:14
Product Overviews Overview Brochure 4.2 MB EN2022/08/25 20:30:5725.08.2022 20:30:57
Market Segment Brochures Bender Industry Application 19.1 MB EN2022/08/19 13:05:0819.08.2022 13:05:08

Products

Ground-Fault Monitoring for Grounded Systems

LINETRAXX® SmartDetect RCMS410

Four-channel DC, AC and pulse current sensitive residual current monitor for earthed AC, AC/DC and DC systems

LINETRAXX® RCMS460-D
LINETRAXX® RCMS460-D Blindspot®

Multi-channel AC/DC ground-fault monitor

LINETRAXX® RCMS490-D
LINETRAXX® RCMS490-D Blindspot®

Multi-channel AC/DC ground-fault monitor with individual relay outputs

Current Transformers

LINETRAXX® CTUB100 Series

AC/DC sensitive measuring current transformer (Type B)

Ground-Fault Monitoring for Grounded Systems

LINETRAXX® SmartDetect RCMS410

Four-channel DC, AC and pulse current sensitive residual current monitor for earthed AC, AC/DC and DC systems

Details
LINETRAXX® RCMS460-D
LINETRAXX® RCMS460-D Blindspot®

Multi-channel AC/DC ground-fault monitor

Details
LINETRAXX® RCMS490-D
LINETRAXX® RCMS490-D Blindspot®

Multi-channel AC/DC ground-fault monitor with individual relay outputs

Details

Current Transformers

LINETRAXX® CTUB100 Series

AC/DC sensitive measuring current transformer (Type B)

Details