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Reduce base station energy costs and CO2 emissions

Reports estimate that up to 50 percent of all power consumption for a telecom base station is used for air conditioning. With our Monitor free-cooling system, wireless companies can decrease base station energy costs and carbon emissions by up to 90 percent compared to traditional air conditioning.

Designed for new builds and retrofits, Monitor works by drawing in external air through hydrophobic filters and force-cooling equipment shelters using efficient, high-performance fans.

These free-cooling systems perform as an independent cooling system or can work with any existing air conditioning system to reduce overall energy consumption even in the harshest environments. Monitor also features alarms and sensor alerts to keep you in touch with your cabin’s interior environment.

  • Compact and easily installed
  • Pays for itself in as little as three years
  • Does not require annual maintenance
  • Live online telemetry and control
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Brochure: Monitor free-air cooling solutions

Monitor can track and maintain the ambient air temperature within equipment cabins or rooms, dramatically cutting your CO2 emissions and energy costs.
Publish Date: January 23, 2017
Region: Global

Sep 30, 2015

The Future of Free Cooling at Cell Sites

Free cooling is even more attractive for the wireless industry today due to rising energy costs and the increased heat resistance of electronic equipment. But not all free cooling solutions are the same. CommScope believes its Alifabs Monitor solution offers some unique benefits. Mathias Hery will explain more about Alifabs Monitor and the challenges involved in the various cooling options in the upcoming “The Future of Free Cooling” webinar on October 6. See today’s blog post to register.