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**Online Technical NetSeminar*
*Keeping Your Cool When Measuring Temperature
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Broadcast date: Wednesday, June 21, 2006, 12:00 p.m. ET
One of the most frequently undertaken measurements is that of temperature.
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Speaking of keeping cool....
Anyone have a line on small cabinet air conditioner units? Need to keep a 20X20x8 box cool in the Arizona sun....
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alan smith wrote:
> Speaking of keeping cool....
> Anyone have a line on small cabinet air conditioner units? Need to keep a 20X20x8 box cool in the Arizona sun....
If telecom reliability and specs required finding a local Liebert dealer
would be a safe idea.
(another Emerson company-still surprised how far those corporate
> alan smith wrote:
>> Anyone have a line on small cabinet air conditioner
> units? Need to keep a 20X20x8 box cool in the Arizona sun....
> If telecom reliability and specs required finding a local
> Liebert dealer would be a safe idea.
> (another Emerson company-still surprised how far those
> corporate tentacles reach) D
As an employee of an Emerson company, you have no idea how true that is.
We jokingly call St. Louis 'intergalactic headquarters' :)
IIRC Liebert's product line is focused on data centers and network
operations. Think large & scalable power backup for servers, as well as
cooling for the same. I think the smallest cooling unit is 1-ton.
website is <http://www.liebert.com/> They are worldwide, but headquarted
in Columbus, OH.
One ton is the ROT for 500 square feet of plant - so not so large after all.
>> I think the smallest cooling unit is 1-ton.
> One ton is the ROT for 500 square feet of plant - so not so large
> after all.
you know, for some reason it didn't occur to me that the dimensions
could have been feet. The OP said "keep a 20X20x8 box cool",
specifically the words "small cabinet air conditioner" followed by "box"
automatically made me think in inches... I have no excuse for assuming
On Mon, 19 Jun 2006, alan smith wrote:
> Speaking of keeping cool....
> Anyone have a line on small cabinet air conditioner units? Need to
> keep a 20X20x8 box cool in the Arizona sun....
That is not so small for out in the sun imho, is that inches or feet ?
Look at a double roof and 'window' air conditioners for something
affordable. Probably a 0.8HP window 'cube' will do what you need.
Smaller ac's exist but they are speciality products and the price is
*very* different. A 0.8HP cube is about $200-$300.
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