HotBoxx - 19" System test emulators
With the increasing heat generated from the latest server technology it has become imperative to estimate the environmental and power demand before either Data Centres are built or equipment installed in existing Data Centres.
To emulate, in so far as is possible, those demands there is a choice between a full software based examination or just placing fan heaters for a ‘best guess’ alternative.HOTBOXX exists to fill that gap between expensive and subjective software for Data Centre heat dissipation assessment and the simple but inaccurate employment of space heaters to simulate possible hotspot scenarios.
Each 19” mounted HOTBOXX comes with dual stepped heater control and variable fan controls allowing for complete server environment simulation when and wherever required.
By renting a HOTBOXX any Data Centre from the small room to large data halls can be pre tested before the servers are installed.
Specification Variable power settings 1.0KW, 2.0KW, 3.0KW & 4.0KW
Temperature sensors and displays for air entry and exit temperatures. Rear sensor includes a 300mm lead for positioning within the cabinet.
(sensor accuracy +/- 5%)
Temperature safety cut-outs on heaters
Variable airflow — please contact office for data
Dimensions: 6U x 700 deep
Power Supply: Dual 230V 10amp IEC C14 sockets – adapters on requestAccessories Adapters to IEC C14 to IEC
C13/C20 UK 3 pin etc can be supplied
Data loggers can be supplied for continous temperature recording within and outside the cabinets.
Front panels and fixings to fill the gaps
Knurr Synergy Monitor Wall
The Knurr Monitor Wall is a low depth – low footprint sysytem. It fits into small control rooms with an optional design to have a reduced foot stabiliser for positioning against a wall.
It is Independent from architectural room structure.
The wall can be supplied with optional rear and front panels for protection and cover of cables, power supplies and switches.
A storage cabinet below the unit can be provided to offer space for documentation, cable or PCs.
An add-on option is a short cross extrusion or with standard Knürr flatscreen holders for additional displays.
The supporting legs have large-scale cable management with lots of space for switches, cables, power supplies, so as to completely hide the cabling from the monitor level down to the raised floor.
Modular structure, industrially produced modules, can be upgraded at any time and retrofitted, spares will be available for many years.
Assembly: Quick & easy
Exchange of displays: Simple and without tools