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From a technical point of view these are two different stories. Darlene's adapter should work for you because an external pull-up will solve the problem that the Silent Wings 3 PWM fans have a pretty low charging current. I wrote a bit more here a while ago.

Thanks, Shoggy! I suspected that, but had to ask just in case.

I'd like to use individual Splitty9s on my three rads (3x or 6x, one or two on each of the three) to control their fans and that's where I suppose it would be best to add Darlene's pullup circuits (one on each of the Splitty9's input connectors). Do you think it would be a good idea to adjust resistor values using an oscope to compensate for the difference in load between using Darlene's pullup with pumps vs fans? Or is the difference negligible enough to skip that?

Corrected: BeQuiet specs their 1000rpm pwm fans at 0.06a, with a max rating of 0.3a.
Edited by iamjanco - 4/11/17 at 8:17am
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Also keep in mind that in order to use the pressure sensor you can not have your loop sealed.

You are required to have something like this installed: http://www.performance-pcs.com/aquacomputer-pressure-equalization-membrane-g1-4-high-version.html#Details

I always wondered how many people run pressure sealed loops vs pressure equalized loops. I have been running pressure sealed loops for years (over 7) with the same equipment without pump failure ect but you do need to equalize the loop before removing QDs or they will break.

not completely true.

you can also connect both ports to your loop and then you dont need a membrane in your loop ( pressure differential - when both ports are hooked up it will work OR if one port is open and loop equalizes pressure. the trick is you can not use the second way ( open loop ) to check for pressure differential but instead that would be for a res fill level. to check pressure differential you would need to hook it up with one port connected before the item you want to check and the other after )

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Hi All, so my Aquacomputer D5 Pump with USB and Aquabus Interface runs at full speed when it is neither connected via USB or aquabus. Once I hook a usb or aquabus cable, the pump comes to stop and does not run. Is the controller bad or faulty? Thanks.

this is like saying " my car does not start what is wrong" without more info we can not tell you. are all wires hooked up properly, do you have a multimeter? does the pump get seen in aquasuite ? does your pc recognize the usb connection ? have you at ANY point connected your wiring incorrectly when power was going through it ( including 5v standby ) ... and more
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Previous responses to SpringY1989's question pretty much provided the needed answer, but he might like to try digesting Calculating Electrical Power. It's written for laypeople, and a summary/simplification follows:

Power = Current x Voltage, or P = IE

where I represents the amount of current passing through a circuit, and;

E represents the voltage applied to that circuit.

The result of the equation, P, is typically expressed in watts and/or fractions of watts (using decimal notation); hence:

30 W at 12v, or 30 = some current x 12, then solve for some current to get the maximum current (2.5 amps) you should apply to that circuit.

You may also wish to take note of what's commonly called inrush or startup current, as it applies to leds, especially if you're going to be wiring them in parallel (vs. series). Though not as long in duration as the startup current for inductive devices like motors, similar principles apply. Check with Shoggy and/or search this thread, as there's some pretty good info throughout it, and my understanding is that the aquaero provides limited protections for this purpose.

Excerpted from the content found at that last link:

The maximum current per channel is 2,5A (30W at 12V) without any special cooling. The aquaero 6 does not even have a passive heatsink! Anyway, we will also offer a waterblock for the aquaero 6 since it will allow to go a bit further with a maximum of 3A (36W at 12V). Of course the voltage regulators also handle short peaks above this rating to make sure that fans and pumps will spin up. The new controllers also feature some new directly integrated security features. For example they can switch of a channel in less than 1/100000s if you have a short circuit. Also the temperature, current and voltage monitoring has been improved.

I've found the specifications for my fans ×4 and the LED strip.

LED strip

Operating voltage: ~6v-12v (min-to-max brightness)
Power consumption: 2.5W

Per fan

Rated Voltage: 12 V
Operating Voltage: 4-13.8 V
Start voltage: 4.5 Volt
Input power (watt): 1.92 Watt
Input current (A): 0.16A (Max)

So let's say that's a max wattage of 10.5, 10.5 is 35% of 30W available on the Aquaero header so should be fine, right?

looks fine i load my channels up to near 100%
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From a technical point of view these are two different stories. Darlene's adapter should work for you because an external pull-up will solve the problem that the Silent Wings 3 PWM fans have a pretty low charging current. I wrote a bit more here a while ago.

Thanks, Shoggy! I suspected that, but had to ask just in case.

I'd like to use individual Splitty9s on my three rads (3x or 6x, one or two on each of the three) to control their fans and that's where I suppose it would be best to add Darlene's pullup circuits (one on each of the Splitty9's input connectors). Do you think it would be a good idea to adjust resistor values using an oscope to compensate for the difference in load between using Darlene's pullup with pumps vs fans? Or is the difference negligible enough to skip that?

Corrected: BeQuiet specs their 1000rpm pwm fans at 0.06a, with a max rating of 0.3a.


If you have the scope and electronics savvy, it might be interesting to see if there's much difference between values from 1K to 4.7K . . .

But I'd stay with either a 2.2K or 3.3K for the pullup value, and it should be just fine.


Darlene
post #9614 of 9906
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If you have the scope and electronics savvy, it might be interesting to see if there's much difference between values from 1K to 4.7K . . .

But I'd stay with either a 2.2K or 3.3K for the pullup value, and it should be just fine.

Darlene

Thanks for the confirmation, Darlene smile.gif A buddy has a 465 he told me I could borrow if I needed it, and just might do so to satisfy my own curiosity, once I get to that point in my build.

What sort of steps are you looking for as far as (1K to 4.7K) values go?
post #9615 of 9906
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If you have the scope and electronics savvy, it might be interesting to see if there's much difference between values from 1K to 4.7K . . .

But I'd stay with either a 2.2K or 3.3K for the pullup value, and it should be just fine.

Darlene

Thanks for the confirmation, Darlene smile.gif A buddy has a 465 he told me I could borrow if I needed it, and just might do so to satisfy my own curiosity, once I get to that point in my build.

What sort of steps are you looking for as far as (1K to 4.7K) values go?


Just the standard values would show you all you might want to know . . . 1K, 1.5K, 2.2K, 2.7K, 3.3K, 4.7K
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I didn't know where to post this and I didn't want to start a new thread on it. I'm having a problem since i updated windows 10 tonight aqua suite is running but i have no icon in the system tray and I can't open the app to check anything or adjust my curves. I have no idea how to fix it.,Any help would be highly appreciated thanks.
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I didn't know where to post this and I didn't want to start a new thread on it. I'm having a problem since i updated windows 10 tonight aqua suite is running but i have no icon in the system tray and I can't open the app to check anything or adjust my curves. I have no idea how to fix it.,Any help would be highly appreciated thanks.








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Thank you so much!!!
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Got a quick question for aquaero owners. I am looking to get the Aquacomputer aquaero 6 LT USB Fan-Controller to control my 7 fans according to water temp. I have a rog board so currently, I can even do this thru aisuite however, I feel the control to be not as finite as I would like. For the people that have used both is it worth the hassle? Also how important is it to get the heatsink for this thing and can I double side tape it somewhere? I have limited space in my mid tower.

Oh how much a different is there between the 5 and 6 for my application? Thanks
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Got a quick question for aquaero owners. I am looking to get the Aquacomputer aquaero 6 LT USB Fan-Controller to control my 7 fans according to water temp. I have a rog board so currently, I can even do this thru aisuite however, I feel the control to be not as finite as I would like. For the people that have used both is it worth the hassle? Also how important is it to get the heatsink for this thing and can I double side tape it somewhere? I have limited space in my mid tower.

Oh how much a different is there between the 5 and 6 for my application? Thanks
get the 6. no you dont need heatsink for the 6. and yes you could just mount it somewhere how is up to you and to make sure you dont short anything
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