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  1. 1. Rittal – Aisle containmentSimple and efficientEfficient cooling saves money
  2. 2. High-efficiency climate control conceptsfrom RittalInstead of flooding the room with cold air, this Rittal conceptroutes the cold air directly to the equipment via the cold aisle.Cold air is directed across the whole height of the enclosureensuring that there are no hot-spots and the hot air isexhausted out of the system. Due to the cold aisle beingcontained there is no chance of the hot exhaust airmixing with the cold inlet air, therefore there is anincrease in system efficiency. The outstanding energyefficiency of the Rittal cold aisle concept has asimple explanation:1. Intake air (cold) and waste air (hot) are unable to mix.2. The system can be operated with a much higher aisle temperature level (reduction in hot-spots).3. As a result of the increased temperature difference be- tween intake air and waste air, climate control units are operated at an optimum thermal difference (increased ΔT). Standard market concepts Rittal Hot air extraction using Rittal aisle containment (cold aisle) Rittal aisle containment (cold aisle) a duct system with raised floor (CRAC) without raised floor (Inline Cooling) ● Complex and costly duct system. ● Use of standard inexpensive air circu- ● Direct connection of the liquid cooling ● Larger surface area and height lation cooling units. Positioned outside packages to an external cold water requirements. the server area. supply. ● Limitation of the raised floor height. ● Even with low room heights, maximisation ● Simple laying of pipework in the rack ● No uniform cooling air supply to the of the raised floor height for cooling air base/plinth. room area. supply without flow losses. ● Homogeneous distribution of cooling air ● Cable management is more difficult. ● Undisturbed and uniform air flow distri- in the cold aisle guarantees a high level ● Limited rack positioning due to the air bution of cooling air in the cold aisle of efficiency. duct connection. guarantees high-efficiency. ● Favourable working conditions in the ● Extremely high presure loss on the air ● Favourable working conditions in the cold cold aisle due to low temperature, side, leading to increased energy aisle due to low temperature, flow and flow and noise load conditions. consumption of the fans. noise load conditions. ● Hardware racks not connected to the ● Hardware racks not connected to the containment system do not impair enclosure do not impair the cooling cooling efficiency via the cold aisle. efficiency of the cold aisle. ● Room heights play only a minimal role.2 Rittal aisle containment
  3. 3. Three systems with a high level of efficiency Nowadays, servers are increasingly positioned in rooms that were not Rittal aisle containment (hot aisle) designed as data centres. As a result of hot air cushions below the without raised floor ceiling, in particular, hot-spots in hot-spot racks are not dissipated. In ● Simple assembly using the existing order to consistently address this problem, Rittal has developed three components of Rittal aisle containment. systems for aisle containment. In the two variants of cold aisle (CRAC ● Direct connection of the liquid cooling and Inline Cooling), we are able to provide a solution that is independ- packages (LCP Inline) to an external cold ent of whether there is a false floor available or not. Both provide cold water supply. ● Simple laying of pipework in the rack air to the aisle, where it is then absorbed by the server inlets. In the base/plinth. third system, the hot air is extracted from the hot aisle, via the LCP ● Suitable for use with high heat losses. Inline, without influencing the ambient temperatures, and then selec- ● Room-neutral dissipation of the heat loss. tively re-emitted as cold air in the proximity of the equipment. The outcome is the same with all three systems: Increased reliability, greater cooling capacity and simultaneously improved energy effi- ciency.Rittal aisle containment 3
  4. 4. Rittal cold aisle containment with CRAC system and sensors 5 7 5 5 5 615 5 4 5 2 5 1 Rittal aisle containment 3 2 CRAC systems 3 Water/water heat exchangers 4 IT chiller 5 Wireless temperature sensors 6 Administration 7 Wireless humidity sensors By using Rittal aisle containment, In conjunction with the LCP Inline, aisle climate control of the room (in con- containment is a further option for the junction with the Rittal CRAC system) efficient dissipation of high heat loads may be optimised in terms of energy from server racks. efficiency and cooling output. ● A raised floor is not required for ● High energy efficiency climate control ● Increased cooling output per server ● For increased heat loads per server rack rack ● Easily retro-fitted to existing systems ● Redundancies easily achieved ● Protection of your existing infra- ● Direct supply of cold air to your structure server and network components ● The MTBF of existing systems can ● Particularly suitable for use with be significantly extended low room heights 4 Rittal aisle containment
  5. 5. Aisle containment withLCP Inline and sensors 5 7 5 5 5 6 2 1 5 4 5 1 Rittal aisle containment 3 2 LCP Inline 3 Water/water heat exchangers 4 IT chiller 5 Wireless temperature sensors 6 Administration 7 Wireless humidity sensors Innovative monitoring and control for even greater efficiencyWith Rittal wireless sensors, all rele-vant climate conditions may be meas- In order to further enhance efficiency with the cooling of dataured without any cabling whatsoever. centres, the thermal parameters must be permanently moni- tored and adjusted for optimum performance.This ensures that the optimum para-meters for energy-efficient climate con- Rittal wireless sensor technology is available for the fast log-trol are available at all times. ging and monitoring of these parameters. This technology supports simple, fast installation and commissioning at all key points in the data centre. Whether in the raised floor or under the ceiling, all measurements are wireless and can be processed directly using a controller.Rittal aisle containment 5
  6. 6. Maximise potential savings! Know-how safeguards efficiency The potential savings that can be made with the operating Cooling output costs for a data centre are shown in the diagram opposite. Despite considerable savings of energy and CO2, the oper- Energy/electricity ating temperature of the servers always remains within the optimum range. CO2 We would like to prove this with some figures from our best practice example, which demonstrates the benefits of coor- dinated, intelligent regulation and control of all climate con- trol components. Without aisle containment With aisle containment Aisle containment with integrated control Rittal wireless sensor network 7 12 13 14 15 11 3 LAN 8 4 1 16 9 5 0˚ PLC X2 10 17 18 6 0˚ 2 Wireless I/O unit DK 7320.240 (as basic unit) 1 Processing Unit II (PU II), the 5 RTT I/O unit 9 Climate unit, 12 Alternative external aerial nerve centre of the CMC-TC Up to 10 climate control devices Fan Control System FCS DK 7320.241 monitoring system with Comfort controller may Fans are controlled via tempe- 13 Wireless measurement system The PU II is the coordinator be connected via one unit in rature sensors. Airflow monitors (must be available for commis- between the sensor unit and the master/slave mode. report any contamination of the sioning) network. It is configured via the 6 Liquid Cooling Package LCP filter mat, for example. The fan DK 7320.242 integral web server. The professional LCP water speed is controlled and moni- tored via the FCS. 14 Wireless humidity sensor 2 Server shutdown function cooling system for data centres DK 7320.515 may be linked directly to the 10 Universal I/O unit 3 Electronic systems with moni- Processing Unit II. This measurement and alarm 15 Wireless access sensor toring of temperatures, fans and module indicates motion, vibra- DK 7320.535 7 I/O wireless unit DC voltages. Up to 16 sensors may be wire- tions, doors being opened, tem- 16 Wireless temperature sensor 4 Active Power System Module lessly incorporated into the peratures exceeded, and much DK 7320.505 PSM, Power Control Unit PCU CMC-TC system via this unit. more besides. The sensors may be selected for the application. 17 IP protective cover (optional) The sockets may be activated 8 Access unit DK 7320.245 directly by the Processing Unit II The doors of buildings, rooms 11 Video network IP camera (max. 4 x 4 x 8 sockets), com- 18 Wireless digital input and enclosures may be moni- DK 7320.585 bined with an ammeter. tored, activated and opened via the network.6 Rittal aisle containment
  7. 7. Easy with Rittal Step 1: Raise the water inlet temperature –26% Qtotal (Qsens.) 80 kW (80 kW) – 79.9 kW (79.9 kW) The temperature in the cold aisle is precisely definable Tair; hot (rel. humidity) 26°C (45%) – 31°C (32%) and identical throughout, thanks to optimisation of the Tair; cold (rel. humidity) 15°C (89%) – 19.8°C (62.2%) temperature distribution. Twater; inlet 10°C – 15°C ● Increasing the air intake temperature also increases Twater; return 15°C – 20°C the waste air temperature. Pelectr. for cold water 190 MWh/a – 139 MWh/a ● Increasing the air intake temperature improves the performance of free cooling. Possible energy savings in cold water generation: up to 26%. Step 2: Reduce the volumetric airflow –60% Qtotal (Qsens.) 79.9 kW (79.9 kW) – 88.4 kW (88.4 kW) With a constant flow rate, the cooling output is increased Tair; hot (rel. humidity) 31°C (32%) – 36°C (25%) by raising the ΔT at the air end. Tair; cold (rel. humidity) 19.8°C (62.2%) – 19.7°C (64.6%) ● By reducing the volumetric airflow, the waste air Vair (ext. press.) 22000 m3/h (80 Pa) – 17000 m3/h (20 Pa) temperature and return temperature are increased. Pelectr. for UKS fan 3.6 kW – 1.5 kW Possible energy savings in the power consumption of the fans: up to 60%. Step 3: Reduce the throughput –15% Qtotal (Qsens.) 88.4 kW (88.4 kW) – 80 kW (80 kW) The pump output can be reduced due to a smaller through- Tair; hot (rel. humidity) 36°C (25%) – 36°C (25%) put required for the same cooling output, and the return Tair; cold (rel. humidity) 19.7°C (64.6%) – 21.3°C (54.2%) temperature is increased. Twater; inlet 15°C – 15°C Potential saving in the power consumption of the pump: Twater; return 20.6°C – 23.5°C up to 14%. Vwater (Pelectr. ) 13.6 m3/h (3 kW) – 8.1 m3/h (2.3 kW) Potential saving in cold water generation: Pelectr. for cold water 143 MWh/a – 125 MWh/a up to 17%. Summary –36% Qtotal (Qsens.) 80 kW (80 kW) – 80 kW (80 kW) Energy saving: Tair; hot (rel. humidity) 26°C (45%) – 36°C (25%) ● Fans: 19 MWh/a Tair; cold (rel. humidity) 15°C (89%) – 21.3°C (54.2%) ● Pumps: 6 MWh/a Vair (ext. press.) 22000 m³/h (80 Pa) – 17000 m³/h (20 Pa) ● Cold water production: 65 MWh/a Twater; inlet 10°C – 15°C ● Overall: 90 MWh/a Twater; return 15°C – 23.5°C Cost saving with Rittal aisle containment: Vwater (Pelectr. ) 13.8 m3/h (3 kW) – 8.09 m3/h (2.3 kW) up to 36%. Pelectr. for UKS fan 3.6 kW – 1.5 kW Pelectr. for cold water 190 MWh/a – 125 MWh/a Pelectr. total 248 MWh/a – 158 MWh/aRittal aisle containment 7
  8. 8. Rittal – System solutionsFrom system to solution: Recooling systems for IT coolingComprehensively individual CRAC systemsHowever individual your business, you can Aisle containmentbe sure that all Rittal climate control systemsprovide a comprehensive expert package: High-density cooling● Exemplary energy efficiency Piping systems● Plus special project engineering Monitoring● Plus permanent innovative strength● Plus typical Rittal high-quality production. Free CoolingRittal never loses sight of a project’s particularcustomer requirements. The aim is always thesame: to produce maximum benefits for thecustomer. 04/09 E593Rittal GmbH & Co. KG Postfach 1662 D-35726 HerbornTelephone: +49(0)2772 505-0 Telefax: +49(0)2772 505-2319 eMail: info@rittal.de www.rittal.com Switch to perfection

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