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Snap in Blank Module Plate

Snap in Blank Module Plate

Snap in Blank Module Plate

Item Number: ACTMPBP

Retail
$21.93
RRP (Inc. GST)

Datasheet

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Specifications

Design

Range

Actassi

Product or component type

blank plate

Physical

Fixing mode

snap-in

REACh Regulation

Free of Substances of Very High Concern above the threshold

REACh free of SVHC

Yes

EU RoHS Directive

Pro-active compliance (Product out of EU RoHS legal scope)

Toxic heavy metal free

Yes

Mercury free

Yes

RoHS exemption information

Yes

China RoHS Regulation

 Pro-active China RoHS declaration (out of China RoHS legal scope)

Others

Accessory / separate part destination

optic cassette

Package 1 Weight

18.7 g

Package 1 Height

15 cm

Package 1 width

4.7 cm

Package 1 Length

4.7 cm
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Frequently Asked Questions

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Where are your NetworkAIR ACFM manuals?

Issue:
Where are your NetworkAIR ACFM manuals?
 
Product line:
FM, ACFM
 
Environment:
Data Center Cooling
 
Cause:
 
Resolution:
The NetworkAIR ACFM has been discontinued and is not featured on our website as a current product.  Below you will find archived manuals that should be able to assist you.  If you require more assistance, please call our technical support office at 888-695-6500 and hit option 2 three times.

The modular, Floor Mount computer room air-conditioning system offers efficient, effective and economical cooling for a variety of spaces.  Computer room environmental requirements now reach far beyond the confines of the traditional data center or computer room to encompass a larger suite of applications,  referred to as technology rooms.  Critical environment applications include:
  • Computer rooms
  • Telecommunication facilities
  • Clean rooms
  • Power equipment
  • Medical equipment rooms
  • Archives
  • LAN/WAN environments

An Explanation on FM Dew point temperature to control humidity

Issue:
An Explanation on FM Dew point temperature to control humidity

Product line:
ACFM

Environment:
DataCenter Room Cooling

Cause:

Resolution:
" When the FM systems belong to a group the FM uses the dew point temperature to control humidity. Dew point is a function of both temperature and humidity so you must take temperature into account when calculating humidification demand.

The dew point temperature setpoint for humidification is calculated from the humidification setpoint and the reheat setpoint (use cooling setpoint if reheat is not present). The dew point of the room is calculated from the return humidity and the return temperature.
The dew point temperature setpoint for dehumidification is calculated from the dehumidification setpoint and the cooling setpoint.
For example, if the reheat setpoint is 68 F and the humidification setpoint is 50%, the dew point setpoint is 49 F. If the room temperature is 74 F and the return humidity is 40% the dew point of the room is 48 F.

The humidifier demand is calculated as the difference between the actual room dew point and the desired room dew point divided by the sensitivity. So in this example;
Demand = (49 - 48) / 2 = 0.5 or 50% demand. So the humidifier output will be about 50%.

There is one other note. Versions of the FM controller firmware v6.7.0 and earlier do not calculate low and high humidity alarms correctly. This has been corrected in version 6.11.0 which has been released.

I.E.:
COOL SETPOINT / DEHUMID SETPOINT = DEWPOINT HIGH LEVEL
REHEAT SETPOINT / HUMID SETPOINT = DEWPOINT LOW LEVEL"