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I really don't know what I'm doing electrical wise but giving a 5V feed to the PWM Mate on the 'Sense' connector as suggested by kpoeticg did get the PWM Fan working with the presets.

I'm beginning to think that the easiest way for me to use a 35X in a test loop is actually to build another PC using the mobo PWM control. Even if I had the plans for a proper PWM controller I wouldn't be capable of building it unless it was an idiots guide for absolute dummies.
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HAHAHA, I'm in the same exact boat. But i'm still hoping to buy one of her PCB boards from her to give it a shot =D
    
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post #63 of 72
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Originally Posted by kpoeticg View Post

IT Diva, the 5v thing is true. It doesn't read any PWM signal because it has no use for it. The presets are 50, 75, 100. And the manual is 25-100. The only reason it has a 4th pin connect to the mobo is for a 5v source. That's why it worked when he did it with fans but not with his MCP35x. I didn't realize the MCP35x's PWM control was so weird. That makes alot of sense now why in your other thread you focused most of your attention on pumps.
MIND YOU, I've learned ALL this since i've been waiting for you to respond to me in your other thread about selling YOUR PWM Controller or The Pre-Drilled PCB Board to ME biggrin.gif
I've literally learned to solder after reading those 2 threads =)

I for one would LOVE for you to buy one of these and hack it apart to see if this issue can be taken care of with a PWM Mate and a soldering gun. I'll actually send you mine once i get it in the next few days, if you'll send it back to me once you inevitably mod it to work better with my MCP35x =)



As I understand the PWMate, it's supposed to automatically switch between the presets to set a PWM fan at one of 3 possible speeds, depending on the CPU temp, the information to do so, would be what the mobo CPU fan header's PWM pin would be providing..

It would need some kind of signal based on the CPU temp to know what speed to set the fan at.


The CPU fan headers do not provide a 5V power source,

The other fan headers with a 4th pin usually do.

Depending on the board, even the CPU-OPT fan header does not always offer PWM on the 4th pin . . .check your mobo manual to know for sure.


From looking closely at a blow up of the pic on the Overclockers' review, the 4th pin (PWM pin) of the mobo header splices to the 3rd wire, the one that would normally be a tach signal, going to the PWM mate. It's the tach signal the PWM mate does not need.

That would mean the PWM mate gets a gnd, & 12V line in, that also connect to its output connector, a PWM signal in, and a PWM signal out to its output connector.

The tach wire from the output connector connects to the mobo/input connector tach wire position.


If you put 5V directly to the PWM mate on the 4th wire, essentially you're tricking it into thinking there's a control signal calling for max RPM.

That may be one way to get it to do something, but its not how it's supposed to work.


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post #64 of 72
The automatic presets are switched by clicking the button. The button switches between preset 1 (50%) preset 2 (75%) preset 3 (100%) and manual (25-100%). There is no automatic switching. The big piece of plastic under the wheel is a big clickable button. It doesn't have any type of automatic switching function from the mobo. The PWM Mate itself isn't a fan header. The pins are as follows...

12v in| Ground in| 5v in| PWM out|

There is no tach signal that goes through the actual PWM Mate. That Tach signal is shared between the "Mobo" connector and the Fan/Pump Connector. That's why the 4th wire goes to the 3rd pin on the unit. Because it isn't wired like an actual fan header. It's more of a "Gadget" =)

I feel weird debating anything with you, because you have a MUCH better grasp of these things than me. I'm not trying to sound like I know more than you, NOT EVEN CLOSE. But the PWM Mate receives NO PWM signal. It generates its own. It has no interaction with the mobo. Changing the speed of the header from the mobo will have absolutely no affect on the signal that the PWM Mate puts out. It only uses the PWM line for a 5v source. I'm positive of this. What you said about some headers not providing a 5v source, that would be the same situations that people have issues getting the presets work. The PWM Mate needs that 5v signal, otherwise the presets won't function correctly or at all. It needs both 12v & 5v.

My offer still stands IT Diva. Since you've explained how the MCP35x's PWM operates, my PWM Mate that's arriving tomorrow is basically useless to me. I'd happily send it to you to experiment with, if you'd be willing to send it back to me after you're finished (hopefully resulting in an enhanced version that will properly control my Apogee Drive II) =)
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Edited by kpoeticg - 8/28/13 at 9:37am
    
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post #65 of 72
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The automatic presets are switched by clicking the button. The button switches between preset 1 (50%) preset 2 (75%) preset 3 (100%) and manual (25-100%). There is no automatic switching. The big piece of plastic under the wheel is a big clickable button. It doesn't have any type of automatic switching function from the mobo. The PWM Mate itself isn't a fan header. The pins are as follows...

12v in| Ground in| 5v in| PWM out|

There is no tach signal that goes through the actual PWM Mate. That Tach signal is shared between the "Mobo" connector and the Fan/Pump Connector. That's why the 4th wire goes to the 3rd pin on the unit. Because it isn't wired like an actual fan header. It's more of a "Gadget" =)

I feel weird debating anything with you, because you have a MUCH better grasp of these things than me. I'm not trying to sound like I know more than you, NOT EVEN CLOSE. But the PWM Mate receives NO PWM signal. It generates its own. It has no interaction with the mobo. Changing the speed of the header from the mobo will have absolutely no affect on the signal that the PWM Mate puts out. It only uses the PWM line for a 5v source. I'm positive of this. What you said about some headers not providing a 5v source, that would be the same situations that people have issues getting the presets work. The PWM Mate needs that 5v signal, otherwise the presets won't function correctly or at all. It needs both 12v & 5v.

My offer still stands IT Diva. Since you've explained how the MCP35x's PWM operates, my PWM Mate that's arriving tomorrow is basically useless to me. I'd happily send it to you to experiment with, if you'd be willing to send it back to me after you're finished (hopefully resulting in an enhanced version that will properly control my Apogee Drive II) =)
I wouldn't hold you responsible if you break it. I only ordered it to control my Apogee Drive II. Send me a PM if you're interested


I guess I must be misinterpreting the product description.

Having to click the button to advance thru the presets does not seem to me to be the meaning of "automatic" control, perhaps semi-automatic at best.

The only explanation I can think of, if it really works as you guys say, is that it was never intended as a CPU fan, or second CPU fan on a big air cooler, controller.

That could explain the need for 5V at the normally PWM pin, but that's contradicted by the instructions telling you to connect it to the CPU fan header. confused.gif

Product descriptions often get badly mistranslated from the original Chinese.


On the side of clarity, I just ordered one along with a Bit Fenix 140 Spectre fan from PPC's for testing and hacking.

I'll see if I can find a way to allow the manual knob to give a15 to 50% pulse width signal out and see if it is actually supposed to run thru the presets based on some PWM input.


Darlene
post #66 of 72
Yeah, it's really meant for manual PWM control. It's supposed to come with velcro to mount it within arms reach i think. I'll find out tomorrow or friday. The "Automatic Presets" aren't automatic at all =)
    
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post #67 of 72
A little update . . .

My PWM Mate arrived yesterday, and I got a few minutes to take it apart and get some basic info about its output.

It uses an Atmel Atiny13V 10SU microcontroller chip. (13V is a series, not 13Volts)

It's an 8 pin chip with 2 PWM channels. . . . It uses the pin5 PWM output

They have a chance to do the PWM thing right at this point.

But . . . .

From there it's disappointing . . . .

The PWM frequency is 4.6KHz, (solidly in the audio range) the PC standard is 25KHz, with 21 to 28KHz as min and max.

The second disappointment is that it uses a 3.3V regulator to run the onboard circuitry, although the chip can run at 5V, (5.25V max) which limits the PWM output signal's voltage level.

The spec is 5V with a max of 5.25V . . . (standard TTL)

It measured 3.38V with nothing attached, and dropped to 2.95V when I connected 1 Bitfenix fan.

This may or may not, depending on the specific electronics of what's being controlled, have an effect on whether the PWM Mate seems to work properly or not.


As to its programmed pulse widths, the scope shows them to be quite accurate:

The lowest is 50%,

The middle is 75%,

The max is 100%


The manual control starts at 25%, and goes to 100%


With a 35X pump, even the low speed, (50%) will run the pump at max speed, giving the impression that the PWM mate isn't working, when in fact it is.

When using the manual knob, the first 90 degrees, or 30% of it's rotation are dead band, where the output remains at 25%.

The next 25%, or slightly less, of its rotation control the output from 25% to 50%.


Using the knob to control a fan shouldn't be a real problem, as fans use a very wide range of pulse width to control the speed from min to max.


Using the knob to control a 35X on the other hand, is a real PITA, as the speed range from min to max is all in less than a quarter turn of the knob, and it still fails to control down to the pumps minimum speed.


I did not need to connect 5V to the PWM pin of the mobo fan header for everything to work,


I will do some more testing over the weekend, using one of my PWM controllers to put a PWM signal on the 4th pin of the mobo header and see if it changes how things work.


Darlene
Edited by IT Diva - 9/6/13 at 5:40am
post #68 of 72
The Aquaero 6 Pro and XT are supposed to be releasing in early October. They seem to have resolved pretty much every issue including only 1 PWM header. They updated so all fan headers can be used with PWM. So that solves the problem for me and hopefully other people. Luckily i read the announcement the day after i received my Aquaero 5 Pro + accessories, so I was able to send the Pro + Waterblock back for a store credit i can use for the 6 Pro. Hopefully I'll now be able to control my 35x and PWM fans properly. I'll find out in a month =D
    
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The Aquaero 6 Pro and XT are supposed to be releasing in early October. They seem to have resolved pretty much every issue including only 1 PWM header. They updated so all fan headers can be used with PWM. So that solves the problem for me and hopefully other people. Luckily i read the announcement the day after i received my Aquaero 5 Pro + accessories, so I was able to send the Pro + Waterblock back for a store credit i can use for the 6 Pro. Hopefully I'll now be able to control my 35x and PWM fans properly. I'll find out in a month =D


Sounds like at least one manufacturer is listening to the segment of the community that they target their product to.


Now if the PWM pump folks would design their pumps to use the wide range of pulse width that the PWM fans do . . . . . 17% to 47% to go from min to max speed makes precise control a pain.


Darlene
post #70 of 72
Amen to that. I'm pretty psyched about the Aquaero. They upped it to 2.5 amps per channel too, 3 amps if it's watercooled. They show a video of it with 2 channels Voltage Controlling 20 fans each and 2 channels Voltage Controlling a D5 each. The 4 PWM channels changes everything. Nothing will compete with that. I'm just surprised it took some1 this long to do it. Performance-PC's gave me full store credit for my Pro and Waterblock with no questions asked (they have the best customer service i've ever dealt with), so it's just sitting there waiting for the Aquaero 6 Pro. =D
    
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