NETWORK IDENTIFICATION SYSTEMS

In its LCS3 solutions, the Legrand Group gives more space than average to alphanumeric identification of the connections on copper and fibre optic patch panels, in both standard and high density solutions. All patch panels can, thus, be equipped with labels available in numerous colors!

 

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Patch panel with colored labels

As for all 19’’ uprights used for fixing in wiring racks and server racks, they incorporate marking of the units that can be read from the top or the bottom.

 

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Marking of the units on 19’’ uprights

It is also important to identify the various flows (copper, fibre optic, technical network, etc.). Legrand can therefore offer you solutions with cable trays, cords and connectors available in various colours for optimum identification!

 

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Various colors for connectors and cords

 

 

ACCESSIBILITY

LCS3 panels are accessed and connectors attached via the front, and they have a quick fixing system on 19’’ uprights.

The new copper system panels have been designed and produced to make maintenance and future upgrades easier. Available in flat and angled versions, they have a quick system for extraction of the connector blocks and an innovative cable guiding system for tidy and easy management of the cables.

 

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Copper system: simple extraction of connector blocks                                                Mighty Mo 20

 

Equipped with sliding cassettes (from front and rear) and a fast button system, the LCS³ High Density optical fiber panel can take up to 96 LC connectors in 1 U. As for the innovative Ultra High Density panel, it can house 144 LC connectors in 1 U. All panels allow the connection and disconnection of the cords without the need for any special tools due to their unique optical fiber feedthroughs.

As for LCS³ Mighty Mo 20 4-post connectivity racks, they provide an economical mounting platform for switches and servers, and the adjustable racks allow all 4 mounting rails to be adjusted even after the rack has been fastened to the floor. Front and rear waterfalls allow for equipment patching and server patching.

 

+ Worth noting

Thermal High Density

As servers consume increasing amounts of energy, thermal undersizing must be avoided as it could lead to faults (due to overheating of the infrastructure) and a break in continuity of service. A data center therefore requires solutions that provide continuous cooling of the IT equipment, for a building that provides even better performance!

It is therefore important to choose products that provide high thermal density, such as air conditioning units, aisle containment, etc.

This thermal High Density ensures:

  • internal modularity of hot-swappable fans for ease of maintenance, and an optimum power supply,
  • no contact at all between the water supply connections (bottom of the unit) and the electrics (at the top),
  • simple, effective visual feedback for quick identification of alarms.