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  1. #14
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    May 2011
    NC Foothills
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    Quote Originally Posted by milkyway View Post
    If it is a network / computer data room, I would think 65/72 degrees space temp would be ideal .
    In the past couple of years I have seen most of the data centers that I deal with trying to push space temps higher in an attempt to cut energy cost. Where they insisted on 68 degrees before they are now looking for around 80. That response time and redundant systems more important than ever.

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    Same here. Not the norm yet, but 80 setpoints are being used in maybe 10% or so of the rooms we service. Gets to 90* really fast when something goes wrong.
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