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post #771 of 1963
Yeah, the fact that my build needs a horizontal mounted res pretty much cuts in half the accessories i can use with my Aquaero. Saves me money too though tongue.gif
    
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post #772 of 1963
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The AC D5 pumps aren't PWM at all. They're D5 Vario's that have digital control instead of that trimpot. So the Aquaero acts as the physical knob on most Vario's & it's still limited to the 5 speeds.
Generally, you'd either connect em by Aquabus OR usb, not both. It might be possible to control by both, im not sure. I know things connected by USB have their own unrelated menu's in Aquasuite.

I'd imagine if you shut off the Aquaero but leave the D5 plugged into to ur second PSU, that the "trimpot" would remain set at whatever setting it was before the Aquaero shutdown. Like IT DIVA said tho, I'm sure Shoggy will clear it up.

Also for Shoggy, I've considered grabbing a Multiswitch LT to connect to my Aquaero. Can you tell me if there's any downsides to that? Like how an Aquaero 5 LT uses 4 of the 8 PA slots on your Aquaero, does the Multiswitch LT do anything like that? If i do end up grabbing one it would most likely just be for lighting. I'm still not sure if i'm gonna go that route yet. Thanx in advance


you could use the multiswitch for this it just connects to the Low speed Aqua Bus on the Aquaero. but all you will have with the power outputs is on and off. you can connect 2 multiswitches and 8 PA's plus a tubemeter and up to 4 MIPS devices..
post #773 of 1963
Shoggy,

Could you help me with the below questions?

1. If I have the AQ USB D-5 Pumps connected to the Aquaero with the AquaBus as a MIPS device and shut down the power to the Aquaero and still have 12v going to the pumps will they continue to run??

2. IF a have a set of PMW fans with just the RPM and sense connected to the Aquaero and shut down the aquaero and still have 12v going to the fans will they run full speed or not run??

thanks in advance for you help and guidance in this matter..
post #774 of 1963
Tried to remove the silver front plate, seem to be glue to touch button, need to use heatgun and heat up and remove?
post #775 of 1963
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Tried to remove the silver front plate, seem to be glue to touch button, need to use heatgun and heat up and remove?

Shoggy said just to gently pry it up and that is what other people in this thread report doing! they are using razor knife to do this...
Edited by seross69 - 11/26/13 at 11:28pm
post #776 of 1963
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Shoggy said just to gently pry it up and that is what other people in this thread report doing!

tried with finger nail, no go
maybe tried with craft knife later
post #777 of 1963
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tried with finger nail, no go
maybe tried with craft knife later

people have been using razor knife to do this with...
post #778 of 1963
Not sure if this has been asked or not, but would using the "Alphacool flow indicator G1/4 with rpm signal - Plexi" work with the A6? I assume it'd have to be calibrated or something so the A6 would read the signal correctly. But it'd save me some money if I could get this and not the high flow aquacomputer one.
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Not sure if this has been asked or not, but would using the "Alphacool flow indicator G1/4 with rpm signal - Plexi" work with the A6? I assume it'd have to be calibrated or something so the A6 would read the signal correctly. But it'd save me some money if I could get this and not the high flow aquacomputer one.

it might would work but I think you are better off getting the Aquacomputer one especially seeing how the temp sensors are different. be hard to calibrate this because how will you check it?
post #780 of 1963
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it might would work but I think you are better off getting the Aquacomputer one especially seeing how the temp sensors are different. be hard to calibrate this because how will you check it?

The Alphacool one doesn't have an included temp sensor. It's just the flow sensor based on an RPM header. I would be able to run this, along with a temp sensor going to the A6, rather than the High Flow AC one having the temp sensor hooked to that and that connected to the A6 via USB. That's all in theory though.
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