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ITA - Adding Room Equipment

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Mr_T
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ITA - Adding Room Equipment

Hi Team

 

I wish to add Wall Mounted Indoor Air Conditioning Units inside a Server Room on ITA v9.x.x. However the issue I am having is mounting them such that they are not on the floor. How can I change the height from the Floor so that on the 3D model they can show to be mounted on the wall but a couple of meters from the Floor.

@Jef @gsterling 

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Valentin_Kozlov
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Re: ITA - Adding Room Equipment

HI!

 

Unfortunately, DCO and ITA  does not support wall mounted equipment.

All types of equipment can be mounted only on the floor or into the rack.

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Re: ITA - Adding Room Equipment

Hi Tafadzwa,

 

Unfortunately that is not supported - for the time being it is not supported to model wall mounted equipment.
As a sort of work-around you might want to use a floor mounted cooling unit (and make a note in its Properties that the equipment is wall-mounted). Or perhaps use a couple of Vertical Grilles (one for "Airflow direction: Into the room" and one for "Airflow direction: Out of the room", this is to balance the airflow), they are wall-mounted items.

Kind regards,

Jef

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