AT&T Cabling Systems DCH
AT&T Cabling Systems
AT&T CenterLine
AT&T Cabling Systems DCH
Free standing 19” server cabinets for IT Rooms and data centers,
equipped with passive rear-door heat exchanger for up to 35 kW
Construction material
Extruded aluminum
Size options
42U and 47U
Color options
Dark Gray RAL 7021
Width and depth options
600x1200mm, 800x1200mm.
Standard & EU Directives Conformance
Mechanical structure conforming to EN 61587-1,
EN 60297-3-100
Vibration & shock tests according to IEC 60068-2,
EN 300019-1-2 class2.3.
Corrosion resistance (salt spray) acc. to EN 62208
IP20 according to DIN EN 60529
Equipotential bonding & grounding according to
DIN EN 60950-1, IEC 60950-1
EU Directive 2011/65/EU (RoHS-2)
Mechanical Properties
Static load capacity
1500 kg max.
Front door
Detachable, single, 83% perforated, tool-less
Rear door
Heat-exchanger for up to 35 kW
Cable entries
Top & bottom multiple cable entries
Front and rear vertical cable management
cable management
Overhead cable management (in row)
Normal floor or raised floor
Optional raised floor and/or ceiling fixing kit
Optional floor and/or ceiling shock absorbers
Electrical grounding
Internal parts and frame grounding kit
Cabinet row formation
Aligning baying kit
Locking options
Standard: Prepared for Cylinder lock
Optional: Electronic key-access with managed locking system
Cooling air side
Housing material
Steel plate (powder coated)
Operating ambient temperature
10 °C ÷ 35°C (50 °F - 95 °F) (other temperatures on request)
Maximum absolute air humidity on site
8 g/kg
Air outlet temperature
18 °C ÷ 27 °C (64.4 °F - 80.6 °F)
(in accordance with ASHARE)
Air temperature difference IN - OUT
15 K ÷ 20 K
Chilled water side
Cooling performance
35 kW
Chilled water temperature inlet
12 °C ÷ 18 °C (53.6 °F - 64.4 °F) (other temperatures on request)
Chilled water temperature outlet
18 °C ÷ 24 °C (64.4 °F - 75.2 °F) (other temperatures on request)
Maximum operating pressure
10 bar (145 psi)
Pipe connection IN / OUT
1” F (on the frame) (DIN ISO 228 - 1)
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