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Statement
of Work
Cooling Assembly Service
Cooling
Assembly Service
Implementation Services
Service
1.0 Executive Summary
Table of Contents
1.0 Executive
Summary
2.0 Features &
Benefits
3.0 Details of Service
4.0 Assumptions
5.0 Scope of
Responsibility
6.0 Project Work
Details
7.0 Pricing
8.0 Terms &
Conditions
Schneider Electric Critical Power and Cooling Services (CPCS) Cooling Assembly Service is a key
part of a complete deployment of air conditioning equipment in data centers, server rooms and
wiring closets. This service provides the certified CPCS engineers needed to quickly and efficiently
assemble your Cooling product. The result provides the customer with the assurance the Cooling
System has been installed properly and to CPCS specifications.
2.0 Features & Benefits
Features
Benefits
A flexible service program to meet customers varying business
operations requirements.
Service provided 5X8 or 7 X 24
Provide qualified and approved
service personnel
Assembly time is minimized when utilizing trained and qualified
personnel.
Scheduling and delivery
coordination
Avoidance of possible delays caused by scheduling and delivery
conflicts.
Removal of packaging materials
to a customer designated onsite
disposal area
Customer specific site
documentation
Frees customer resources from disposal of trash material allowing
them to utilize the space for their core operations in a timely fashion.
Provides the customer a record of service date, scope and
personnel that can be retained for future reference.
3.0 Details of Service
The specific features and deliverables of this service are listed below. For each service item listed
below, a single printed document summarizing all the data recorded will be provided.
Site Environment
Activities
Description
Environmental Requirements
CPCS will check that the site environment is suitable for the
installation of the InfraStruXure System(s) and record the actual
ambient conditions
Equipment Inspection
CPCS will ascertain if the equipment was properly handled and
unpacked, and will inspect for signs of damaged or missing
hardware prior to assembly
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Site Environment
Activities
Description
Design Conformance
CPCS will check that the cooling equipment position conforms to the
floor layout specifications and to the manufacturer’s guidelines to
achieve proper performance.
Documentation
CPCS will document the discovery of issues which may inhibit the
successful deployment and operation of the cooling equipment
Product Specific Details
Product
Activity Description
Inside equipment delivery is performed by others.
The floor must be engineered to support the operating weight of the
equipment.
Assembly service does not include attachment of hardware to the
building structure.
Location of the RDU must not exceed the limitations of the maximum
refrigerant piping length.
ACDA901
Location of the RDU must allow for adequate service and height
clearances.
If placed within a row, the RDU can only be placed at the end of a
row.
Assembly service does not include installation or connection of
external piping for fluid or refrigerant.
Input power wiring supplied by others when hard wired to equipment,
or located within 1.2 m (4 ft) of equipment receptacle when using
supplied power cords.
Inside equipment delivery is performed by others.
The ACOA will only be installed in an approved mounting frame and
must be able to support the operating weight of the equipment.
ACOA500/501
Location of the ACOA must not exceed the limitations of the
maximum refrigerant piping length.
Assembly service does not include installation or connection of
external piping for refrigerant.
Input power wiring connection must be located within 1.2 m (4 ft) of
equipment receptacle and must allow for connection of supplied
power cords.
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Product Specific Details
Product
Activity Description
Inside equipment delivery is performed by others.
ACAC11000
with (1) ACAC11002
or with (1) ACAC11007
A minimum of 1067 mm (42 in) open space is available above the
highest point of the rows of racks.
The maximum distance between the centerline of the InRow OA
mount kit and the equipment is 610 mm (24 in).
Attachment of rack mount kit to APC SX/VX racks only.
Inside equipment delivery is performed by others.
ACAC21002
ACAC21004
Must attach to an approved InRow OA Mounting Kit using the
ACAC1005 Pipe Clamp Kit.
Schneider CPCS will install the refrigerant piping supplied with the
ACOA when installing the ACAC21002 or ACAC21004.
Assembly service does not include brazing or insulating of refrigerant
piping.
4.0 Assumptions
The successful performance of the tasks defined in the Statement of Work (SOW) is based on the
following key assumptions, which are agreed to by CPCS.
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The scheduled on site work time will be discussed and approved between CPCS and
the customer.
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CPCS will provide the customer with authorized service personnel to assemble the
Cooling System.
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The customer will receive an Assembly Task Completion Checklist that will verify the
Cooling System is assembled according to CPCS standards and specifications.
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Non-standard products purchased through CPCS will require a customized Statement
of Work (SOW).
The following items are outside the scope of this standard service offering. Assembly of the
following items can be integrated into a customized Statement of Work (SOW) at the customer’s
request. Please contact your certified CPCS sales representative for more details.
Equipment not provided by APC by Schneider Electric. Examples include but are not limited
to:
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Third party components.
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Field supplied wiring or components used for main input power, control of remote
cooling equipment or heat exchangers, external shut down control, building
management systems, fire suppression systems, or Emergency Power Off switch
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Field supplied piping and valves used for refrigeration, chilled water loop, condenser
water loop, local water supply, or waste water drainage.
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Insulation, clamps, or supports required for field installed piping.
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Information Technology (IT) Equipment.
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Installation activities not provided by CPCS as part of this service include but are not limited
to:
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Information Technology (IT) Equipment migration services.
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Customer Interface wiring used for Remote Shut down/ Alarm Notification.
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Rigging, Mounting, Wiring or Piping of the cooling equipment.
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Modifications to any part of the building structure to allow for equipment installation.
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Building Management System integration.
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Specialized testing or commissioning services. Air or water flow balancing.
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Raised access floor tile modifications or cutting.
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Attachment of brackets or hardware to any part of the building structure.
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Installation of third party equipment.
5.0 Scope of Responsibility
The items stated here are responsibilities to and from both CPCS and customer.
5.1
CPCS RESPONSIBILITIES
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5.2
Schedule qualified and approved resources to perform service.
Assemble equipment to manufacturer and customer’s floor layout specifications as
confirmed during the site coordination visits.
That CPCS and/or customer open issues are documented.
CUSTOMER RESPONSIBILITIES
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Identify dates and times when the Assembly Service can be provided.
Provide a named resource for the scheduling of service and delivery of the
equipment.
Notify CPCS of any security clearance requirements prior to arrival on site.
Provide a point of contact during time of service.
Provide a point of contact at the completion of service to sign off on completed work.
Provide the name of the project manager (if applicable).
6.0 Project Work Details
The information stated here are the details of the installation project performed by CPCS for the
customer with specifications on schedule, location and successful completion criteria.
6.1
SCHEDULE
Actual set dates will be discussed and approved between CPCS and the customer.
6.2
LOCATION
The location of this InfraStruXure Assembly Service will be on-site. It will be discussed
and approved by CPCS and the customer.
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COMPLETION CRITERIA
CPCS is expected to have finished its written duties when any of the following occurs:
CPCS completes all the tasks described in Section 3.0 of this Statement of Work (SOW).
This service and SOW are terminated for other reasons, within the CPCS Customer Agreement.
7.0 Pricing
Pricing is available for standard APC and MGE Model numbers and standard scope of work.
Engineer to order products and deviations from the standard scope of work will be quoted on a per
project basis. Contact Sales for prices.
8.0 Terms and Conditions
APC standard Terms and Conditions apply.
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