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AC Infinity CLOUDPLATE T7 Rackmount Cooling Fan System (Exhaust Design)

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AC Infinity CLOUDPLATE T7 Rackmount Cooling Fan System (Exhaust Design)
Key Features
  • Efficiently Cool Midsize 19" Racks
  • 2 RU Space
  • Anodized Aluminum Frame
  • Thermostat and Speed Control
The CLOUDPLATE T7 from AC Infinity is a rackmount cooling fan system with an exhaust design suitable for use in home theater, studio, and AV racks where low noise levels are required. It uses 2 RU of space and can be mounted in most 19" racks.
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AC Infinity CLOUDPLATE T7 Overview

The CLOUDPLATE T7 from AC Infinity is a rackmount cooling fan system with an exhaust design suitable for use in home theater, studio, and AV racks where low noise levels are required. It uses 2 RU of space and can be mounted in most 19" racks.

Featuring an anodized aluminum enclosure and three fans, the CLOUDPLATE T7 is intended for medium-duty use. Its four dual-ball-bearing fans, engineered to reduce noise, are certified by UL, CE, TUV, and RoHS. An LCD screen displays the temperature, fan speed, and more. Program the thermostat and fan speed to desired settings, or use SMART energy mode, which automatically adjusts fan speed in response to surrounding temperatures.

With an airflow rating of 50 to 220 CFM, the CLOUDPLATE T7 can cool most racks found in homes, classrooms, offices, and recording studios. It can be used in spaces without dedicated equipment rooms, due to its low noise level of 10 to 36 dBA. Screw set, a thermal probe, and a 12 VDC power supply are included.

  • 2 RU fan system efficiently cools 19" racks
  • LCD screen
  • Digital processor with backup memory
  • Thermostat and speed control
  • SMART energy mode adjusts fan speed in response to surrounding temperatures
  • 4 dual-ball-bearing fans certified by UL, CE, TUV, and RoHS
  • 10 to 36 dBA noise level
  • 50 to 220 CFM airflow
  • Includes power supply, thermal probe, and four screw sets
UPC: 854759004501

AC Infinity CLOUDPLATE T7 Specs

Air Flow
50 to 220 CFM
Noise Level
10 to 36 dBA
Static Pressure
2.56 mm-H2O
Operating Voltage
12 VDC
Wall Adapter Input: 100 to 240 VAC
Power
10 W
Current
0.83 A
Operating Humidity
35 to 85% RH
Operating Temperature
0 to 158°F / -17.8 to 70°C
Fan Bearing Type
Dual ball
Life Expectancy
67,000 hours (L10)
Approvals
Fan Quality: UL, CE, TUV, RoHS
Rack Size
2 RU
Mounting Screw Holes
0.2 x 0.4" / 6.1 x 9.0 mm
Mounting Hole Spacing
W x H = 18.3 x 3.0" / 46.4 x 7.7 cm
Display Size
W x H = 2.3 x 1.3" / 5.8 x 3.2 cm
Probe
Length = 6' / 1.8 m
Cord Length
6' / 1.8 m
Enclosure Material
Anodized Aluminum
Dimensions
19 x 3.5 x 1.5" / 48.3 x 8.9 x 3.8 cm
Packaging Info
Package Weight
3.655 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
25 x 5.7 x 1.9"

AC Infinity CLOUDPLATE T7 Reviews

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Will this come with a cable appropriate for my ...

Will this come with a cable appropriate for my country?
Asked by: Andrew
The included power adapter is intended for use in the United States.
Answered by: Lisa
Date published: 2019-05-16

question

Is this reverse blow or blow inwards?
Asked by: JONATHAN GEORGE
this would be considered an EXHAUST FAN (blows forwards), and is less useful to cool a system unless paired with another INTAKE FAN located on the opposite end (top or bottom) of the rack. If you only want one fan on your rack, make sure to purchase the INTAKE FAN config that blows out the BACK of the rack when it is mounted on the front of the rack. This single type config will work best if there is adequate space BEHIND the rack to allow forced air to easily escape past and away from the components. If your rack is flush or wall mounted, you will probably need TWO fan units, an EXHAUST unit at one end and an INTAKE FAN mounted at the opposite end.
Answered by: Rick A
Date published: 2023-07-20

question

Can this unit display degrees in Celsius as well?
Asked by: Asgeir Stavik
yes it can be switched between Fahrenheit or celsius
Answered by: shane b.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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