Originally Posted by kpoeticg
Wow, so it's only the Aquastream that works as an MPS device? And the D5 just gives you control through Aquasuite?
The aquastream does not belong to the mps group. The mps (multi purpose sensor) is a controller board that we use for different products. The board within them is always the same but with small difference in the assembly. The following devices belong to this group:
mps flow 100/200/400 sensor
mps pressure delta 40/100/500/1000 sensor
high flow USB sensor
D5 USB pump
The aquastream XT has a different controller. Its controller is also used in the smaller aquaduct variants (it an external watercooling device) for example.
The D5 and the aqustream will bring up their own menu in the aquasuite software when connected via USB. Both can be also connected via aquabus so you can also access them through the aquaero. Please note that the aquabus only offers a very limited range of options compared to USB.
Originally Posted by MeanBruce
I couldn't find any AC fittings in black oh no.
One reviewer was complaining about the AC rads only accepting a certain threaded fitting very uncommon ???, I hope the same is not true for the GPU blocks.
No idea what you have read there. The radiators and blocks use normal G1/4" threads. The only problem that you might encounter with the airplex modularity radiators is that the threads have a cavity around them. If you use very large threads they might not fit into that.
Originally Posted by seross69
If I have a Aquacomputer D5 Pump Mechnics with USB and Aquabus Interface hooked up to 24v can the aquaero srill control it through the Aquabus??
That is no problem. By the way: the higher voltage will not help to let this pump run faster. Internally it only uses 12V. The higher voltage range only increases its compatibility for other purposes like industrial stuff for example.Edited by Shoggy - 10/14/13 at 12:00am