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Eaton RP Series Enclosure Range

Published by Jason Koffler on 14 July 2014

Eaton said the enclosures have been specially designed to help guide cool air directly to the enclosed IT equipment maximizing the cooling effect, minimizing energy cost and extending equipment life.

Operating as an integral element of an airflow containment system, Eaton said the RP Series racks can help reduce energy usage by as much as 35% when compared to non-contained systems.

The new enclosures have been designed to complement the full range of Eaton’s power quality products, which feature Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPSs), enclosure Power Distribution Units (ePDUs) and advanced power management and protection software for IT systems and virtualized environments.

Eaton’s RP Series enclosures are capable of accommodating large quantities of cabling in an organized fashion, allowing for maximum airflow and simplified access to equipment.

Other features include easily adjustable pre-marked mounting rails; high-flow 75% perforated front and split rear doors; and pre-installed grounding wires and starter kits – which Eaton said contribute to a simple and fast rack installation.

The RP Series racks can also be individually configured to meet the specific needs of any data center.

Eaton also offers two standard, pre-configured rack assemblies for fast, ex-stock delivery to the IT channel. The first configuration is ideal for stand-alone applications, such as network closets and small data rooms, and includes sturdy casters and lockable side panels for full security.

The second configuration is intended for multiple-rack row or pod configurations. It is equipped with side dividers for optimized airflow and can be fitted with aesthetic end-of-row side panels.

All racks have robust welded frames to maintain structural integrity and can support a load of 1,000kg.

Posted by Jason Koffler, July 2014