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It does, thanks, that sounds like the answer I was expecting from Shoggy (and he's viewing now so I'll see what he says later). Will leave a rep.
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Originally Posted by faxfan2002 View Post

Connected via USB

The default view -

(...)

Selecting another device type -

(...)
If you own the high flow sensor with USB (part no. 53129) you have to select "flow sensor high flow USB". This will not give you any configuration options since there is nothing to configure. The other device type scan be selected since the controller board is the same in all of them but it will not work of course. When set to the correct device type and you still got no signal you should remove the sensor from the loop and check if its impeller spins easily when you blow some air into it. If not, then you should open it to check if something is blocking the impeller.

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Since you brought this up, if I have both 3 pin and 4 pin Aquabus devices in my system and if I daisychain all them together, I'm assuming that the 3 pin Aquabus devices would be connected last or is there any specific order they should be installed?
There is no specific order in general but devices that you want to use via a 4-pin connection (powered through aquaero) must have a direct connection of course. You can not go from a 4-pin cable to a 3-pin cable which goes into another 4-pin cable. For the data communication it will be fine but since you cut the 4th line there will be no more power for the devices that come behind it.

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Anyone help with flow sensor calibration -

I have a Aquastream XT where I've set the speed to 3000rpm (lowest it will go) and on the Aqua MPS flow sensor I have a unscaled value of 745.

How do I tally the two up?

scratch that the unscaled value doesn't change even when I +2000 rpm to the pump! lol
As said above, you have to select the correct sensor type. If you are using an mps flow 100/200/400 sensor you will have to select "flow sensor mps flow". In the sensor calibration the calibration curve must be set to the variant of your sensor (100/200/400) and next to it you have to select the tubing size. If your tubing size is larger than what you get from the drop down menu, than use the largest one available. Afterwards click import calibration data. As said: makes only sense if you have such an sensor - for a high flow sensor with an impeller it will not make not any difference.

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Originally Posted by Chunky_Chimp View Post

Right. I suppose what I'm actually getting at here is if the splitter itself supports the old "low speed" devices that were EOL'd by newer firmware/Aquasuite versions, so that you could connect the splitter to the high speed port, then the devices that used to connect to the low speed port can run from the splitter. I'm not expecting a positive answer, just clarification.
Well, it seems you have a completely wrong understanding of the aquabus here. Like many others already tried to tell you it is not possible to use lowspeed devices (do you even own one?!) with an aquaero anymore. I think we can ignore that firmware thing completely here because it is hard to believe that someone would use such an old firmware till today.

Using lowspeed devices on the highspeed port would also not work even if your aquaero still has the older firmware with the lowspeed support.

- update -

OK, seems that your misunderstanding is based on the impression that the splitter is an aquabus device. No, it is just a "stupid" splitter with no electronic that could manange anything on its own.
Edited by Shoggy - 8/5/16 at 12:21am
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OK, seems that your misunderstanding is based on the impression that the splitter is an aquabus device. No, it is just a "stupid" splitter with no electronic that could manange anything on its own.
I see, that wraps it up, thanks.
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The fan amps on my AQ5 are getting pretty hot, 70C with heatsink installed. Most likely because I'm drawing close to the limit on watts/amps.

Would powering the 8 fans per hub (2 hubs) off of a molex alleviate this problem?
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If you want them to run fullspeed
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No, that's not the intention.
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The fan amps on my AQ5 are getting pretty hot, 70C with heatsink installed. Most likely because I'm drawing close to the limit on watts/amps.

Would powering the 8 fans per hub (2 hubs) off of a molex alleviate this problem?

As I understand things, this is not abnormal or worrisome.
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Iirc 90c is

70c is normal operating procedure
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Fair enough.

In hindsight, I swapped from PWM to 3-pin fans. They were connected to the AQ only through the PWM and RPM signal and the power came off of a molex connector. The amps ran much cooler, some 30 to 40 degrees.

Maybe i'll fashion a mount of some sort with room for a smaller fan to blow cool air over it.
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Hey guys, new member here. Apologies in advance for this rather lengthy first post!

I'm considering a single 6 PRO (too bad they don't make a 6 LT as I'll probably be removing the display portion) to control the fans in my primary and backup media servers.

The primary server consists of a single SuperMicro 846 4U 24 disk chassis loaded with 12 6TB drives and 12 4 TB drives.

The backup server consists of 3 of the same 846 chassis' loaded with 60 2TB drives. The first chassis contains the motherboard and chassis' 2 and 3 only contains disks (and a power controller).

Each chassis contain 3 midplane fans that control the front to back airflow. Here are a couple of shots of the primary server to give you an idea of the layout:

846fancontrol-04.JPG

846fancontrol-05.JPG

The fans are all 4 pin PWM units, namely these 80mm ones:

846fancontrol-06.JPG

And here's a shot of one of the chassis with just drives in them and a power controller:

846aux1-1.JPG

The problem I have is that the neither the Supermicro motherboards (X10-SLR-F) not the power controller boards, allows fine tuning of fan speed and it is not related to chassis temp at all. I pretty much only have a choice of 4 fixed speeds as seen in the IPMI screenshot below:

X10fanmodes.JPG

So at the moment, all 12 fans are running at a very high speed, consumes a lot of power, and make a lot of noise. The hard drives all idle down when not in use, but the fans keep screaming along. So, I was thinking that a single 6 Pro, with its 4 PWM channels, could control the fan speed in all 4 chassis. I would of course need to mount a temp probe in each chassis, which would then control the speed of the fans to whatever set point I choose. My goal is to keep the hard drives in each chassis from going above 40C, so whatever probe temp that translates to, is what I need configure the probe in each chassis for. I'm sure the set points will be different in each chassis as the the drives have different heat signatures and how much heat they generate is very dependent on the load on the server, and during scrubs, they will generate the most heat, and next to nothing when idled down.

In a prefect world, I would poll the drives via SMART to determine which hard disk was hottest, and then adjust the fan speed accordingly, but as far as I know the Aquaero software doesn't support that. I wrote a little script that goes out and polls the drives. Here's what it spits out for the main chassis:

BramaDriveTemps.JPG

If I can somehow feed those drive temps into the controller software, awesome, but if not, playing around with the probe temp settings and fan curves will get me there I think.

I figured I'd pick up 4 of the SilverStone CPF04 PWM 8 way Fan Hubs (wish they made a 4 way) and install one in each chassis. Since the fans are rather beefy at 1.1A a pop, that would be safer I would think, than trying to run 3.3A worth of fans directly of each channel on the 6 PRO.

The 4 chassis are all install in a rack in the basement, flush with a wall. Here's what it looks like:

846fancontrol-01.JPG

And I have plenty of access around back and have the ability to pull out each chassis for service as needed:

846fancontrol-02.JPG

Closer look at the back side of the 846 stack:

846fancontrol-03.JPG

I'm thinking I would mount the 6 PRO inside one of the disk only chassis (this is why I wish they made a 6 LT), and then run 4 pin cables for the fans and 2 pin cables for the probes, to the other 3 chassis.

So does this sound like a job the 6 PRO would be capable of? I have close to $20k invested in this stack of 4 chassis, and they live and die by the fans operating as they should, so I need to make sure that this solution will be reliable.
Edited by pclausen - 8/6/16 at 5:21am
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