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Cooling Modules come in ceiling and rack mount models.

Available in nominal 20 kW rating, Liebert XDO overhead, ceiling-mounted fan coil draws hot air from hot aisle and exhausts cool air vertically down into cold aisle. Mounted on top of rack or suspended from ceiling, Liebert XVD vertical fan coil offers nominal 10 kW rating. It draws hot air from hot aisle or rack and exhausts cold air into cold aisle where equipment air intakes are located. Both...

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Electrical Equipment & Systems

Horizontal Row Cooler suits high density computer systems.

Utilizing waterless pumped refrigerant technology, Liebert XDH is designed for data center applications where there is limited overhead space due to overhead cabling or low ceiling height. Unit fits within row of electronic equipment racks inside hot-aisle-cold-aisle arrangement. Able to cool more than 30 kW per rack, Liebert XDH features flexible piping with quick-connect fittings that allow...

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Rack Mount Coolers come in 110 cfm and 375 cfm models.
Electrical Equipment & Systems

Rack Mount Coolers come in 110 cfm and 375 cfm models.

Utilizing dual radial airflow ball-bearing fan systems, RMF Series is available in 1U and 2U high packages that provide rack heat extraction and system temperature control. Up and Out design draws heated air from rack up into fan system and out back of rack, drawing damaging heat away from sensitive system components. Optional front panel mounted, digital thermometer with remote probe enables...

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LFT Chassis includes closed-loop liquid cooling system.
Electrical Equipment & Systems

LFT Chassis includes closed-loop liquid cooling system.

Designed for defense and aerospace applications, Liquid Flow-Through (LFT) Electronics Chassis incorporates coolant, control system, smart pump, filter, accumulator, heaters for cold-system startup, and 3 different board-level heat-absorbing technologies. It is capable of cooling up to maximum of 850 W/slot, total of 2,000 W with dielectric fluids such as hydrofluoroethers and synthetic oil, or...

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Designing and Specifying the Right Loudspeaker System for Emergency Mass Notification in Public Venues
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Designing and Specifying the Right Loudspeaker System for Emergency Mass Notification in Public Venues

For every industry, there is nothing more crucial than having effective strategies for dealing with emergency situations. These are events you never hope for, but want the assurance of having the right solutions implemented when time is of the essence. Loudspeaker system optimization is essential when ensuring that communication is not lost when it is most needed. In this guide, you will learn about what key points to keep in mind when designing a loudspeaker system for your campus. This includes performing an on-site sound survey, selecting the right equipment for your applications, complementing your system with the right technology solutions, creating pre-assigned messages for different emergency situations, and having system accessibility no matter the circumstances. Download this guide for additional information on these public safety measures.

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Heater/Cooler protects electronics from extreme temps.
Electrical Equipment & Systems

Heater/Cooler protects electronics from extreme temps.

Available in 3 sizes to fit small-medium sized enclosures, ADALET Heater/Cooler protects electrical and electronic components from degradation due to high or low temperatures. It may be used to heat or cool full time, but can be adjusted to switch from heater to cooler using added thermostat controller. Featuring stainless steel design, unit is built to UL NEMA 4X, 12, and 13 standards; has few...

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Cooling Systems suit NEMA 4x enclosures.
Electrical Equipment & Systems

Cooling Systems suit NEMA 4x enclosures.

Closed-loop Cold Pump® Cooling Systems are offered in 4 corrosion-resistant models ranging from 1,600-8,500 BTU/hr. Room air is continuously drawn through external filter, across condenser coils, and flows out top external vent. Thermostatically controlled, UL-listed, CE-approved units use CFC-free refrigerants and are suited for cooling electrical control panels and enclosures. Both 115 and 230...

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