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Calculate Data Centre Cooling Requirements

The American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) develops and publishes thermal and humidity guidelines for data centers. The latest edition outlines the temperatures and humidity levels at which you can reliably operate a data center based on the equipment classification.
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In the most recent guidelines, ASHRAE recommends that IT equipment be used with the following:
– Temperatures between 18 and 27 degrees C or 64 and 81 degrees F;
– dew point -9 degrees C to 15 degrees C; and
– relative humidity of 60%

How to calculate data center cooling requirements

General calculation you can start with to get a baseline British thermal unit (BTU) cooling size:
(Room square footage x 20) + (IT equipment watt usage x 3.14) + (Active people in the room x 400)

To Convert BTU/hour in watts, multiply by 0.293
To Convert Watts into BTU/hour, multiply by 3.41
To Convert Tons into watts, multiply by 3530
To convert Watts into Tons, multiply by 0.000283

How to calculate data center cooling requirements

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