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DCO - Represent commercial wall air condition unit

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DCO - Represent commercial wall air condition unit

This question was originally posted on DCIM Support by Mate Fekete on 2018-08-23


I would like to add a genome into a server room layout which shows a commercial air condition wall (or ceiling suspended) unit. Of course it has 3 dimension (WxHxD) and I should setup a position above (raised) floor.

Vertical Grille genome is almost fine, but it has only depth and width dimension. Can you suggest another genome what I can use for this purpose?

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Re: DCO - Represent commercial wall air condition unit

This answer was originally posted on DCIM Support by Jef Faridi on 2018-09-12


Hi Mate,

Currently only floor mounted/standing 3 dimensional equipment can be modeled in DCO. Wall mounted and/or ceiling mounted equipment/cooling units unfortunately is unsupported and cannot be modeled (in DCO), I would have suggested using Vertical Grilles.

Kind regards

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