Dust - Dust is a major killer of IT devices because they can clog and block the heat sink, clog the fan, and cause the device to overheat and fail.

When dust is combined with condensation, it produces a "mud" that further clogs the device and can cause failure of the device itself and the power supply.
Condensation - Condensation is the killer of IT equipment and must be controlled by a joint temperature and humidity. In the surrounding air cooling environment, condensation must be actively controlled and avoided.
Temperature and humidity - Digital currency mining equipment does have a very wide range of temperature and humidity capabilities, but weather conditions around Australia still exceed miners' flexibility and protect expensive and scarce equipment, requiring automated systems to work within these weather variables.
Power control - Plug in the mine and make it easy to run, but if the device is in a remote location, or if the power supply requires upstream power control, then it can remotely control the device's ability to manage the entire lifecycle of the device and the power control system (automatically) connected to and controlled by the environment, power, and/or mining control system to ensure a cohesive and cooperative ecosystem, the environment in the data room takes care of itself.

If the environment is out of control or does not have power control capabilities, the life of the equipment may shorten any directly affected ROI.
Monitoring and alerting - In addition to any automated control system, it sometimes requires a person to deal with the problem when the IT device exceeds its normal operating parameters.

This is a local key issue that pre-set and predefined alerts and monitoring settings can proactively alert "humans" to, and generate emails, text messages, and even phone calls to ask for immediate attention to the most serious issues, depending on the severity of the problem.
Security - Security is often overlooked, but cannot be ignored or taken for granted, given the investment in devices hosted in a modular data center. From simple access door alarms to internal, external and perimeter CCTV 24/7 surveillance.

The collaborative process:

Apply for cooperation Submit information Qualification approval Contract signing Receipt of mining machines
Installation components Machine commissioning Start working Project end
Time period:

BCU requires an initial contract of 3 to 5 years plus an optional extension (3 to 5 years)

Expenses (Installation fee, electricity charge, escrow fee):
Installation fee: A$30 per mine (one-time fee)
• Install controllers, networks, and security components provide comprehensive UPS protection to ensure continuity
• Provides security and remote control even during upstream power outages.
• A suitable and adequate power cord connects the mining server/device to the PDU.
• Power factor correction equipment that meets the requirements of the grid

Power charge: A$0.115 per kW/h
For power loads of 1MW or more, the BCU can provide A$0.115 per kW/h of consumption.
After 12 months of managed miner, the owner uses more than 30MVW of power (MW) capacity, and the BCU is able to negotiate a better power price with the stripper, further reducing the hosting and power price for more than 5 years of agreement, with the goal of less than A$0.10 per kW/h.

Management costs: 20% of the BTC is dug by the miner per month.
Services include:

Environmental maintenance
• IT-grade air filtration with pre-filters and medium pocket filters
• Temperature and humidity sensing and control
• Rack and equipment temperature sensing (intake, exhaust)
• Airflow control for active balancing of condensation management and temperature and temperature
• Maintain the air filter replacement life cycle while maintaining humidity

Internet and Internet connections
• The web interface is straight through
• Direct internal local network connection for mining management software interconnection
• Full perimeter security fence with additional internal barriers
• Security of CCTV outside and inside the site
• A fully monitored field safety system

Monitoring and control
• A site fully managed by two NOC teams from the BCU and partners for networking, security, and CCTV
• The BCU for full remote port control is modular
• PDU networking provides full remote control
• Remote power on/off (automatic and/or manual control)
• Web interface functionality for integrated server control (IP-based)

Application for cooperation:

After paying two months' electricity bills in advance (locking in power redundancy) and paying the electricity bill, the BCU will arrange a seat in the room for a waiting period of 3 months. If you need to terminate your cooperation after three years, apply one month in advance.

*In the event of a breach of contract, the deposit will not be refunded.