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Aquaero 5 and MCP35X

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Can I connect a MCP35X directly to an Aquaero 5, so that I can control the pump speed from Aquasuite? Or do I need some other hardware too?
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I'm pretty sure you can hook one up to the white (Fan 4) 4pin PWM connector on the bottom left. Haven't tested it myself yet, but it should. All you are doing is sending the PWM signal and sensing the RPM with that, the actual power comes from the larger molex connector that you would also need plugged into the PSU.


Edited by Martinm210 - 10/16/11 at 11:34am
    
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As anyone already connected them both? Because I've already found posts on another forums where some says its possible and another say it isn't :S
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