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Originally Posted by Shoggy View Post


There is no such a thing like a low flow port or sensor. There is only a low speed aquabus port which is not in use anymore.

Up to four high flow sensors can be connected via aquabus. You will require some y-adapters or some other kind of splitter (all four wires must be forwarded). By default these sensors will use the aquabus ID number so you have to change it via USB in the system tab. Each number must be unique.
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post #13 of 15
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Guys, does it really matter where flow meter is placed, when I had my single loop it was sitting between outlet port of pump about 5cm and inlet port to rad about 5-7 cm.
Now with dual loop and 4 pumps for redundancy mainly, its sitting about 1-2 cm above inlet of secondary pump and inlet port of rad, will that work as far is more-less accurate reading
Maybe pic will help

Look in the lower chamber, there are 2 pumps side by side for each loop
post #14 of 15
Should be fine. You should only avoid to place the sensor directly behind the outlet of a pump since there could be some stronger turbulences that might affect the accuracy.
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