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post #111 of 1388
Ahh, so the temp on the pump and adapter is just for convenience and is an input instead of output. You would still have to purchase the actual temp sensor to attach to it.
post #112 of 1388
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I have to delete that from diagrom. The temperature is sent to AQ5 via aquabus
Edit: Diagram uploaded in earlier post...
Edited by Seanimus - 9/14/12 at 11:23am
post #113 of 1388
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Originally Posted by Seanimus View Post

I have to delete that from diagrom. The temperature is sent to AQ5 via aquabus
Edit: Diagram uploaded in earlier post...
Are you sure there is even a temp? I think you have to attach a temp sensor to the temp sensor input and _then_ it will send that temp over aquabus.
post #114 of 1388
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Originally Posted by Electrocutor View Post

Are you sure there is even a temp? I think you have to attach a temp sensor to the temp sensor input and _then_ it will send that temp over aquabus.

Earlier post from AQ Support:
4.) I guess you mean article #41095, right? It features a mps pressure sensor which read the fill level of the reservoir and also the water temperature. You can use it with USB and/or aquabus. If used by aquabus you also have to do an initial configuration via USB at first.

Based on above, i dont need to connect the temperature in that case with the new D5 Pump Adaptor with USB + Fill Level Sensor.
I took this further and assumed that I dont need to connect the temperature with new AQ5 Flow Meter with USB as well.
I don't have the new D5 Pump Adaptor as yet, otherwise I would post a picture.
post #115 of 1388
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3M the motherboard shiny back output ports. Took center Serial Number sticker out and placed behind CL tray.


Did this layout in Excel and stuck it on wall near crimping area.


Organized myself...lol


Crimped the wires..voltage wires are generally crmiped with gold plated ones
16AWG wires....feels solid..


42 " (105cms) long. Will serve the CL case layout well, especially the bend I have going behind to go straight into motherboard.


Have to figure out sleeving...

thinking all white
Pin 13-Grey, 14 Color-x(maroon), Pin 23 Grey, Pin 24 Color-X
Pin 1-Grey, 2 Color-x(maroon), Pin 11 Grey, Pin 12 Color-X

Poor orange...I don't know if I should use it.
Thoughts welcome....not sleeving until another 2 hours anyways.

Reason I am doing motherboard wiring...because I am so stuckkkkk.... Aquacomputer (new layout) and Aquatuning is like on vacation since Wednesday...can't return as LT , Kryos, G1/4 as yet.
Edited by Seanimus - 11/28/12 at 9:05pm
post #116 of 1388
Based on the fans and the PSU....seems like the orange would go better than the maroon. Do you really need the maroon to match something else going in there?
post #117 of 1388
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The motherboard...There is only one fan visible in the middle chamber. Which will be exhaust.
post #118 of 1388
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here are some options:

Edited by Seanimus - 11/28/12 at 9:05pm
post #119 of 1388
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Starts with white and ends with white, with all 3 colors in there..
family choice...smile.gif

As you can tell I am bored..
Edited by Seanimus - 11/28/12 at 9:05pm
post #120 of 1388
Maybe try WWWWWROOORWW?
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