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using both RC and RP inrow cooling in a HACS ?

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redun_it_apc
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using both RC and RP inrow cooling in a HACS ?

This was originally posted on APC forums on 5/27/2010


Pls can someone help us with:

We are looking into the possibilities of using both inrow cooling RC and RP in one HACS .

Can it be done? If yes, briefly how should it be exercised? Engineering concepts to be considered? or what are the limitations and considerations?

Thx


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Re: using both RC and RP inrow cooling in a HACS ?

This was originally posted on APC forums on 5/28/2010


Thanks very much for the answers.
Having seen HACS with RCs and RPs together and knowing it can be done (any combination) is the main point, thanks,
with following the critical cooling concepts our HACS inrow calculation come up to 15 RCs + 3 RPs,
I will be in communication if face any difficulties, thanks.
Kind regards
Saeed

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Re: using both RC and RP inrow cooling in a HACS ?

This was originally posted on APC forums on 5/28/2010


Yes it can be done. I've seen a 14 rack Hac with 4 RC's and 2 RP's. This was a 2n configuration.

redun_it_apc
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Re: using both RC and RP inrow cooling in a HACS ?

This was originally posted on APC forums on 5/28/2010


Thanks very much for the answers.
Having seen HACS with RCs and RPs together and knowing it can be done (any combination) is the main point, thanks,
with following the critical cooling concepts our HACS inrow calculation come up to 15 RCs + 3 RPs,
I will be in communication if face any difficulties, thanks.
Kind regards
Saeed