Harnessing the power of Active Noise Control (ANC) theory (which demonstrates that by producing an opposing signal with the same amplitude as the noise to be reduced, but in the opposite phase, the noise is eliminated), Silentium developed the AccoustiRack Active (ARA), a soundproof cabinet that provides up to 30dB(A) sound reduction, or 96 percent elimination of environmental noise. ARA also provides 8kW of heat dissipation by allowing free air movement and heat exchange with the outside of the unit while maintaining a dust-free environment, extending the life of equipment.
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