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post #31 of 38
There are no further settings available. I am not sure about the aquaero because I have no setup here that includes both devices. You can check the sensor page of the aquaero:

smvseixz.png

Your sensor will be the one with a flow value. Might have number 11 or something like that.
post #32 of 38





Thanks Shoggy for your replies. The original issue is that when I change the values there is no change in the flow rate which makes me believe that there is no communication with the flow meter. Therefor I can not trust my flow rate...
post #33 of 38
It is okay this way. The mps based variant has a fixed value and does not transmit the impulse rate but the final flow rate value which is picked up by the aquaero. Due to the internal management of all flow sensors that you could hook up (max. 14) each sensor will show the same menu - no matter which type is connected. A different impulse rate value will not change anything because the mps based flow sensor does not work with these settings and just ignores them because its own firmware knows that it has to work with 169 impulses.
post #34 of 38
Ahhh, very interesting, and good to know.

So yeah, Oswald seeing as it is set to the right (or very close anyway) value then that flow rate is very close to the real flow rate in your loop.
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post #35 of 38
It is about 160 l/h which sounds pretty normal and realistic to me.
post #36 of 38
Sorry for bumping this thread (proably best if i start one)
Edited by MtheG - 8/24/13 at 6:46am
post #37 of 38
Sorry I don't mean to high jack this thread, but I couldn't find that info anywhere else, so I'm hoping to get some help from you guys.

I have 2 of this flow sensors: Flow sensor High Flow USB Part Number: 53129


Until now I have been running single loop with only one of this sensors but
recently I've upgraded my system to two loops and I'm in a process of installing second of this sensors.

Basically I want to connect two of those flow sensors to my Aquaero 6XT.

Right now the connection is as follow:

From Aquaero USB port cable is running to motherboards USB header, then from Aquaero Aquabus High flow port 4 pin cable is connected to High flow USB sensor.

So, how do I connect the second sensor to that Aquaero, as there is only Low flow 4 pin port beside the High flow that is already occupied.

I hope this is clear enough

Thank you
Edited by NewUser16 - 11/8/15 at 11:55am
post #38 of 38
You will need a y-cable for the aquabus.

Both sensor will use the same aquabus ID number by default so you have to change it for one sensor. This can be done when connected via USB in the system tab of the aquasuite software.
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