The modular design of the new STULZ CyberCon permits the ability to scale capacity and quickly align with IT demand and rapidly changing environmental conditions. Since STULZ CyberCon is constructed in advance of installation, it reduces upfront capital costs associated with the construction of a brick-and-mortar data center. To permit ease of shipping, doors, fans, and louvers have been designed so that they do not exceed the external dimensions of the STULZ CyberCon system.
The STULZ CyberCon system’s unique feature is its ability to condition supply air via an airside economizer, direct expansion (DX), and/or optional direct adiabiatic cooling. Utilizing the STULZ E2 controller technology, the CyberCon system determines the most efficient means of cooling depending upon measured return air and ambient air conditions.