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Darn, doesn't look like yours has one.

You might consider investing in an Aquaero controller. Lets you monitor flow rates, liquid temps, lets you control pump speed, fan speed, etc.

Someone else might be along with a better recommendation, I can't think of any off the top of my head other than an aquaero

The CW611 by Lamptron can do all that.
Tho it's cheaper, it's also a little more buggy too. I don't like the control buttons.
And my AP-45 2150 rpm fans stop reporting rpm below 1000 rpm. The Lamptron reads it at 0 rpm. The AP-45's don't act like that on my other controllers, making me think it's a Lamptron issue.

Still the best controller out there, unless.you are willing to pay twice as much to get an Aquaero.
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The CW611 by Lamptron can do all that.
Tho it's cheaper, it's also a little more buggy too. I don't like the control buttons.
And my AP-45 2150 rpm fans stop reporting rpm below 1000 rpm. The Lamptron reads it at 0 rpm. The AP-45's don't act like that on my other controllers, making me think it's a Lamptron issue.

Still the best controller out there, unless.you are willing to pay twice as much to get an Aquaero.

Can it monitor flowrates through, or just the RPM from the flow meter?
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Can it monitor flowrates through, or just the RPM from the flow meter?
The Koolance flow meter and adapter report to the controller as an rpm signal.
Each rpm represents 1 ml/min.
But the CW611 will convert to either liter/hour or gal/min.

Each channel can be configured for fans, pump, or flow meter, with the corresponding icon.
Edited by PepeLapiu - 4/5/14 at 12:17pm
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Unfortunately I don't need a fan controller as I already have one.
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Unfortunately I don't need a fan controller as I already have one.

Which one?
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Nzxt sentry 2.
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Does the Srntry 2 come with fan speed display?

If it does, you could connect the flow sensor and read the rpm as ml/minute flow.

Or maybe all you fan channels are full already? If so, I have a solution.

And you do have temp sensors input on the Sentry 2, so you can plug your water temp sensor to that, same connectors, same signal.

If you just don't have room on your channels, you can fix that for cheap.
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post #18 of 28
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I do have an open channel on it. But no it doesn't display fan speed.
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You set the fan speed by fan speed % but it doesn't report fan speeds in RPM.
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