Emerson Network Power Introduces Liebert iCOM- A Thermal Management Unit

By CIOReview | Tuesday, June 23, 2015
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COLOMBUS, OH: Emerson Network Power, a business segment of Emerson  which offers infrastructure based technologies and life cycle services for IT and communication systems has recently launched its thermal management and control system termed Liebert iCOM.

Liebert iCOM unit and supervisory system controls, monitors and manages data center environment and control their thermal management system. This uses machine-to-machine communication and advanced algorithms to optimize airflow and temperature for data center protection.

This is available for all upgraded and existing versions of data center cooling systems and employs data from rack inlet, pressure and supply air sensors to enhance cooling unit functions. It is tailored with self optimizing feature and to eradicate minute points of backdrops to ensure cooling unit safety. User defined large touch-screen format and build-in staging, failover and valve routines are some of the traits of Liebert iCOM unit.

Technical specification comprises of 9 inch HD display, resistive touch screen enabling glove free access, hand held display provided cooling unit is active and 2 USB Ports for effortless software updates, system backups and restores.

 Liebert iCOM unit offers integrated quick start reducing recovery times, dew point controls which prevent inadvertent activation of humidification and dehumidification, self healing controls for DX circuit protection, auto valve detection and calibration and short compressor cycle routines.

This also tracks down key thermal metrics and visually displays urgent issues and assumed to reduce 50 percent of cooling energy usage. It automatically changes cooling capacity according to load and de-activate non-required units during low-load conditions. It consists of 4800 wireless sensors to monitor and govern systems. The Liebert iCOM have optional on-site control optimization and 24 hours tech support with 4 hour service response time frame for contract customers, reports DISASTER RECOVERY JOURNAL.