High-accuracy measurement solutions for data centers and mission critical facilities
Data centers are the brains of practically every company whose success depends on efficient and reliable software operations. With lots of powerful hardware concentrated in one place, data centers must be kept cool and safeguarded against both external and internal environmental influences. As a result, data centers consume significant amounts of energy. How can we improve their energy efficiency and PUE (power usage effectiveness)?
Measure it properly. One of the most important requirements to reduce your cooling costs is to measure the conditions properly in the first place. Your data center temperature control strategy is only as good as your measurement equipment, and even small measurement errors can increase your energy bill significantly.
Design it wisely. Can you benefit from air-side economizers or evaporative coolers, for example? Choose the right humidity parameter for the instrument, and choose an instrument designed for the measurement location in question.
Keep your instruments in good shape. All instruments need periodic checking. Choose instruments that have minimal long-term drifting and are easy to maintain, and develop a robust service and calibration plan for your data center.
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Designing data center measurement solutions can be simplified when you know the most critical factors affecting the outcome. Risks can be mitigated, and cost-efficiency can be greatly improved with a needs-based approach.
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There are good opportunities for energy efficiency in 40% of data center energy demand; the majority of which comes from a data center’s cooling and air-conditioning systems. In common with all good process efficiency measures, effective energy management relies on the availability of accurate, reliable, continuous monitoring data. So, for data centers, what must be measured? and where?
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As the demand for data rises, so does the expectation level for data center uptimes. Keeping your data center cool is crucial to maintain uptime at a high level, and accurate HVAC measurements can help you do this.
Data center cooling can be achieved in a variety of ways, depending on the location and the local climate. Refrigerant cooling consumes a lot of energy, but consumption can be optimized by taking local climatic changes into account. WXT530 series weather transmitters can help to optimize conditions indoors. they are easy to integrate with your data center's control system.
Critical environments require high-performance environmental monitoring and measurements to operate consistently and within specifications. As data centers are expected to run 24/7 all year round, failures are not an option. Even small measurement errors can increase the energy bill significantly. Reliable sensors do make a difference.
Data centers need hig-performance climate control to ensure that critical equipment and networks are kept up and running. Inadequate temperature and humidity control can lead to extensive – and expensive – equipment failure. When you need high-quality monitoring solutions for your data centers, contact Vaisala.
The high-accuracy immersion temperature transmitter TMI110 is designed for measuring cooling/heating water temperatures in HVAC automation systems.
The Vaisala Indigo500 series transmitters are host devices for Vaisala Indigo-compatible, stand-alone smart probes. The Indigo500 series include multi-functional Indigo520 transmitter and Indigo510 transmitter with basic features.
The perfect mix of accurate air pressure, temperature, humidity, rainfall, wind speed, and wind direction data to measure weather conditions without the expense or magnitude of an automatic weather station.
The Vaisala HUMICAP® HMT120 and HMT130 transmitters are suitable for cleanrooms, museums, laboratories and data centers.
Vaisala HUMICAP® Humidity and Temperature Transmitter Series HMDW110 is suitable for relative humidity, dew-point, enthalpy, wet-bulb temperature and temperature measurement in demanding HVAC applications
Typical applications are include museums and archives, production and warehouse facilities, data centers, laboratories, and testing environments.
The sturdy and reliable duct mounted Vaisala HUMICAP® Humidity Transmitter Series HMD60 is designed for monitoring relative humidity in demanding HVAC and light industrial applications
Vaisala HUMICAP® Humidity and Temperature Probe HMP3 is a general-purpose probe designed for processes with moderate humidity and temperature levels.
Vaisala HUMICAP® Humidity and Temperature Probe HMP1 is designed for measuring ambient measurement in indoor spaces.
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