The method we will employ is British Thermal Units to calculate the energy potential of heat. A majority of suppliers provide this in BTUs. This information will allow you to identify the type of air conditioner your server room requires.
In the event that you invest in a raised floor, it can increase the efficiency of your cooling system. A raised floor permits air conditioners vent into subterranean spaces and create tension that allows cool air from servers to escape.
With a raised floor, it is possible to use water fan coils to cool. They can be used on a low raised floor to bring water in the event of there is an accident; water is not likely to damage the equipment. The floor should not exceed 30cm.
Set Up the Cabling System
You could use the underfloor plenum with a raised floor for electrical wires. Through the entry points in the lower compartments, servers cabinets are supplied with the power as well as data cables. If you don’t have high floor, think about the overhead trunking.
To quickly identify any faults in the wiring, each power or data cable should be marked and mapped. When an emergency occurs you must be equipped with a system that tags and organizes cables.
Install uninterrupted power, and Communication Channels
The server room must have an uninterrupted power supply (UPS) even during interruptions caused by outages. An extensive network of servers along with a limited UPS will overload the unit in the event of a power loss, making servers go down. A reliable UPS can stop the servers from being damaged due to electrical surges. It also lowers the costs of electrical repairs for your company.
The technician will figure out the amount of time needed to put up an UPS system in the server room. You can use natural gas, gasoline, or diesel power generator. Alternatively, depending on your location, you