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This is a photo that Shoggy gave me from Aquacomputer to use as a guide for wire colors coming out of their devices The red always goes to the triangle for USB, same side is the red for the Aquabus in all their devices.


Flow Meter:

Pump Adaptor:

Pump:


Just used the 22AWG Cable that is built for Aquabus here for a photo. When done this 22 AWG cable will come out of AQ5 (2 feet long). Other end is open for now
I will go the other way from each of the devices with 26AWG and then line them up and cut/solder.
Doing it from start to finish from one end, is just too much measuring and pain. This is much faster.


This part is done now...


Front left - PWM ; Front Right is Aquabus. Back left : RGB Back Right: USB. In addition are the Radiator fans which will on on the left side of AQ5. Can't show it in this shot; but after its assembled.



Mandrix:
Still thinking about the relay to auto shutdown the computer. I take it its based on information received on AquaSuite through USB, so I don't have to daisy chain the Alarm outputs from each of the AQ Devices?
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Nope. So anything that shows up in Aquasuite as a data source (fans, flow, temperature, pumps, fill level) can be used to configure an alarm condition.
The alarms are set in software but written to memory when you click the disk icon, as I understand it, so Aquasuite shouldn't actually have to be running.

After configuring the alarm condition(s), just go to the alarm configuration page and select what you want to happen when the condition is met. You can also set the amount of time to ignore alarms on power up.

When you get everything set up, you can test that the relay will actually shut down the machine by going to the output page to the relay and clicking "on". Mine shuts down pretty fast when the relay is tripped, although I've never had an actual alarm.
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Saw that white BMW key you got. How much did it cost to get it in white?

Had to replace mine couple months ago....wasnt cheap lol.
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Nope. So anything that shows up in Aquasuite as a data source (fans, flow, temperature, pumps, fill level) can be used to configure an alarm condition.....
Thanks Mandrix..Will circle back to this in a week or so.
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Saw that white BMW key you got. How much did it cost to get it in white?
Had to replace mine couple months ago....wasnt cheap lol.
What white BMW key...Didn't replace any key.

Ok now the other end of the wiring (atleast one side of it- the pump & adaptor).
Removing these RGB's from Alphacool plexi is very easily done with wire cutters, as the lip on RGB helps in popping it out. Used pliers first and the RGB started to break on the sides. Have to scratch these and make news ones, as i destroyed the insulation . Might as well...since I didn't have blue 26AWG when I made these so compensated with black for blue..

Also when I did the original...I had a resistors on both Red, Blue , Green wire of each RGB. And then then both sets of wires are soldered together.
If memory serves me right this is not a parallel connection. So I could just have one set of resistors (instead of two set), on Red, Blue, Green; after they are soldered together...Right?



New wiring..Heat shrink goes in a bit:

Single NZXT USB cable cut in half. Foil, Electical tape etc..
Using each half for adaptor and pump.

All done for copper brown side of the house:


Going to repeat whole process for Maroon side tonight and probably tomorrow..


Got new super glue from ... my old one got stuck - cap wouldn't come off ..lol


This part wasn't really happy with. Ordered 1/8" Red, Green, Blue, Yellow heat shrink from FrozenCPU....And they gave me this , which looks like 0.25".
Back left is something I picked up from HomeDepot today and is 24AWG. Back right is from Radioshack which works great with RGB led insulation after you solder...

Edited by Seanimus - 2/25/13 at 7:13pm
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Originally Posted by iMica View Post

Saw that white BMW key you got. How much did it cost to get it in white?

Had to replace mine couple months ago....wasnt cheap lol.

That was a USB "key", see lower down in linked post

http://www.overclock.net/t/1295989/build-log-caselabs-sth10-aquacomputer-evga-seanimus448/140#post_18201849

Anyway, back on topic....
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Thanks Alan.
Yeah sorry about that picture. Aperture setting on T4i with Brigh white background lights made it look white:
Here's an off-focus shot--too make the colors more apparent in the background.

Its a USB key...Somethign BMW USA sent me as a gift.

Edit:
The question earlier...phrased differently:
Resistors drops current, so basically....
single wire split in two and then same value resistors at the two split ends = single resistor (same value) at the single wire before the split.
?
Edited by Seanimus - 2/25/13 at 8:17pm
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O Lol.

The Screen shot I saw of it in the box made it look white tongue.gif

Looks just like the real key in a picture xP
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Edit:
The question earlier...phrased differently:
Resistors drops current, so basically....
single wire split in two and then same value resistors at the two split ends = single resistor (same value) at the single wire before the split.
?

If i understand you right, then yes you are correct. as long as the resistors at the split ends are equal to the one you would have put in the single end.

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O Lol.
The Screen shot I saw of it in the box made it look white tongue.gif
Looks just like the real key in a picture xP
Yep...first day thought the same, and thought it would activate other apps in BMW.
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If i understand you right, then yes you are correct. as long as the resistors at the split ends are equal to the one you would have put in the single end.
Dark
Thank you for confirmation.

Red Side of Res with 2x rgb led, aquabusx2 and usbx2 done:
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Looking good!

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