Small Room/In-Row Cooling Solutions
Find the perfect Liebert small room cooling solution for your data center, including the Liebert MiniMate2, Liebert PDX, and Liebert CRV. These data center cooling solutions offer superior cooling and humidity control, space-saving configurations, a variety of mounting options like in-row cooling. The solutions are specifically designed to save space and protect electronic equipment in small spaces. Our Thermal Management solutions are intelligent, self-optimizing and rapidly deployable to make your data center as dynamic as your business.
A self-contained data center cooling unit that is ideally suited and designed for cooling server rack cabinets in small and medium data centers. Liebert® CRV features Liebert® iCOM and PACC controls and a digital scroll compressor, for high reliability and optimized data center heat management.
Liebert DataMate is a small footprint cooling system for 7×24 temperature and humidity control in network closets, computer rooms and other small spaces. Its low profile permits floor-mount or wall-mount installation, and requires little or no floor space.
The Liebert Mini-Mate is a zero footprint computer room cooling system for 7×24 temperature and humidity control and air filtration. It installs above a dropped ceiling and is easy to service, requiring only front access for maintenance.
The Liebert PDX direct expansion cooling system offers the industry’s highest efficiency, protection and capacity per footprint for server room cooling. network closets and other small spaces.
The New Liebert Mini-Mate 3, 4 and 5-ton (10.5, 14 & 17.5kW) variable capacity system is an efficient and reliable ceiling-mounted precision cooling system for edge computing and other small IT spaces. It saves customers money and increases IT protection through a high-efficiency variable capacity design, fast installation, lower maintenance requirements and built-in remote monitoring and management.
Network switches, load balancers and routers typically sit at the top and back portion of the rack, away from the cold aisle airflow at the front of the cabinet. This placement makes it difficult for cold air to travel from the front of the rack to the air intakes of the network switch equipment, increasing chances of failure over time. SwitchAir helps prevent failure by channeling cool air from the front of the rack to the air intakes regardless of where the equipment is mounted.