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Cooling rooms separated from Data Hall

This question was originally posted on DCIM Support by Fabio Jose de Carvalho on 2016-08-01


Is possible create in a same floor plane two Data Halls (DH) and each DH with two corridors ?

I created the DH and corridors to place cooling units (CRAC downflow), how DCO assume which corridors will supply (cooling) the specific DH ?

 

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Fabio Carvalho

 

 

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Re: Cooling rooms separated from Data Hall

This answer was originally posted on DCIM Support by Valentin Kozlov on 2016-08-02


HI Fabio!

You can use vertical grills to model your cooling configuration. You can configure incoming and outgoing airflow for each Data Hall.

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Re: Cooling rooms separated from Data Hall

This comment was originally posted on DCIM Support by Ed Tarento on 2016-08-02


Hi Valentin WE have a DC where CRACs are in a corridor adjacent to the data hall. Can vertical grilles be used for both hot air return near the ceiling as well as under raised floor for supply? Thanks

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Re: Cooling rooms separated from Data Hall

This comment was originally posted on DCIM Support by Valentin Kozlov on 2016-08-03


Yes, it can.

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Re: Cooling rooms separated from Data Hall

This comment was originally posted on DCIM Support by Fabio Jose de Carvalho on 2016-10-31


How can I associate the vertical grill to the room, i put the vertical grille on the Data Hall, but how I can associate this to the technical corridor (CRACs room) ?

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Re: Cooling rooms separated from Data Hall

This answer was originally posted on DCIM Support by Ed Tarento on 2016-10-31


Hi Fabio

I thibk the only way to limit CRAC cooling to a white space area is to have them both in a single room.  All the white space load in a room is cooled by one or more CRACs in the room.  A CRAC can only cooling in one room.  I use walls to model corridors on a raised floor.  So if you have 2 rooms with 2 corridors, you will need to model 2 rooms, each with a corridor (using a wall).  

It sounds like you also want a single view of both rooms so I would use a "Floor Plan" (and optionally load a AutoCAD or similar single drawing showing both rooms and corridors) then model both rooms under the Location.  This might do some of what you're after. 

Example Navigation screen cap below

 

 

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