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At this time we have set several kind equipments, in DCs to monitoring enviromental variables

Some of them have been installed INSIDE the cabinets.

The question are:

*Where is better to set them, on the doors or in the sides of the cabinets?

*Do we have some special treatment with them? -data sheet do not set anything-





roberto sanchez,RCDD
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Posted Thursday, March 07, 2013 3:13 AM
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You can have a RoomAlert monitoring device with multiple extern sensors so you can put the anywher you want.

http://www.atlas-systems.ro/data-center-environment-monitoring
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I am not going to tell you how you can monitor your data center. That comes with experience and based upon architecture of your data center space. However, I am going to tell you the ways to reduce the noise in your data center. Reducing ambient noise on the data center floor isn't necessarily a need, but more of an interest to see whether something minimally invasive could be done to counter-act the noise.

Active noise control (ANC) was considered as it uses loud speakers and microphones to observe the acoustical environment and then emits an "inverse" sound signal to attenuate the noise. Since active control does not use fibrous materials, it may be the ideal solution for reducing low frequency noise in the server room.

The Acoustics Research Group of Brigham Young University analyzed Server room of one of the C7 Data Centers Co-location Lindon 5 Facility in 2010. Results show a significant amount of sound power below 500Hz and EDT's between 0.25-3.20 seconds depending on location.

Go through this report to understand how you can monitor and reduce noise levels in data center - www.c7.com/wp-content/uploads/C7-Data-Centers-ANC-Feasibility-Report.pdf


Olivia Grey
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