Uniflair MB in Dubai, UAE – Wall mounted units for indoor installation for mission critical applications.

Manufacturer: APC by Schneider Electric
Material: air

Uniflair MB

The Uniflair MB is a wall mounted cooling unit installed on the outside of a conditioned space, such as a telecom enclosure. These units are completely self-contained, meaning they are shipped completely charged and there is no need for a remote heat exchanger. These rapidly deployable units only require simple electrical wiring and mounting to the shelter. Available in a free cooling configuration, these units come equipped with motorized dampers to enable use of the outside air to help cool the IT space.

Uniflair MB - Features

Total Cost of Ownership

Modular strategy: Modular design of the mechanical and control systems allow for gradual build-up of the cooling infrastructure to match the cooling demand of the facility. This greatly reduces CAPEX expediture and provides deferred investment throughout the life of the facility. High performance technological solutions: Optimize the unit operation at any load or ambient condition, guaranteeing an extremely low power consumption. Direct Free Cooling: Utilizes outdoor air when ambient air temperature can help support cooling loads.

Availability

Direct drive motors: Stress on bearings is nearly eliminated, increasing useful life. Allows integral fan/motor assembly to be factory balanced, which lowers vibration and expedites startup.
Redundant Components: Single points of failure in the system have redundant components to maintain availability and reliability.
Dual power inputs: (Optional) Dual power supplies for incoming power redundancy. Scroll compressors: Utilize few moving parts for increased reliability and life expectancy. Active response control: Monitors and actively adjusts cooling capacity to ensure proper server inlet temperatures. Through the microprocessor controller, visibility into the operation and status of the unit is provided.

Serviceability

Service monitoring: All the monitoring devices on board the unit allow for preventive maintenance and a check of the working condition of the system while its in operation. Easy service access: Allows for all serviceable components to be replaced/maintained by easily accessible panels/doors. Operational Service: Allows critical components to be maintained/replaced while the system is in operation.

Manageability

Building Management Systems: Units are designed to work with the most common BMS systems including BACnet and Modbus. Network interface: Provides management by connecting the device directly to the network with a dedicated IP address, avoiding the need for a proxy such as a server. Management is available via Web browser, Telnet or SSH. Notification features inform you of problems as they occur. Microprocessor controller: Provides proactive control and real-time monitoring via a four line, eighty character, alphanumeric display. Local area network: Creates a shared control between all the available resources for maximum energy efficiency and controlled management of the group during emergency situations.

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Overview

Uniflair MB

The Uniflair MB is a wall mounted cooling unit installed on the outside of a conditioned space, such as a telecom enclosure. These units are completely self-contained, meaning they are shipped completely charged and there is no need for a remote heat exchanger. These rapidly deployable units only require simple electrical wiring and mounting to the shelter. Available in a free cooling configuration, these units come equipped with motorized dampers to enable use of the outside air to help cool the IT space.

Features

Uniflair MB - Features

Total Cost of Ownership

Modular strategy: Modular design of the mechanical and control systems allow for gradual build-up of the cooling infrastructure to match the cooling demand of the facility. This greatly reduces CAPEX expediture and provides deferred investment throughout the life of the facility. High performance technological solutions: Optimize the unit operation at any load or ambient condition, guaranteeing an extremely low power consumption. Direct Free Cooling: Utilizes outdoor air when ambient air temperature can help support cooling loads.

Availability

Direct drive motors: Stress on bearings is nearly eliminated, increasing useful life. Allows integral fan/motor assembly to be factory balanced, which lowers vibration and expedites startup.
Redundant Components: Single points of failure in the system have redundant components to maintain availability and reliability.
Dual power inputs: (Optional) Dual power supplies for incoming power redundancy. Scroll compressors: Utilize few moving parts for increased reliability and life expectancy. Active response control: Monitors and actively adjusts cooling capacity to ensure proper server inlet temperatures. Through the microprocessor controller, visibility into the operation and status of the unit is provided.

Serviceability

Service monitoring: All the monitoring devices on board the unit allow for preventive maintenance and a check of the working condition of the system while its in operation. Easy service access: Allows for all serviceable components to be replaced/maintained by easily accessible panels/doors. Operational Service: Allows critical components to be maintained/replaced while the system is in operation.

Manageability

Building Management Systems: Units are designed to work with the most common BMS systems including BACnet and Modbus. Network interface: Provides management by connecting the device directly to the network with a dedicated IP address, avoiding the need for a proxy such as a server. Management is available via Web browser, Telnet or SSH. Notification features inform you of problems as they occur. Microprocessor controller: Provides proactive control and real-time monitoring via a four line, eighty character, alphanumeric display. Local area network: Creates a shared control between all the available resources for maximum energy efficiency and controlled management of the group during emergency situations.

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