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MCP350 which fan controller

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Any suggestions to use with this pump? The one below looks good and it says it can do 20W per channel (MCP 350 is 18W). Let me know if you have any other suggestions.

http://www.jab-tech.com/Sunbeam-5-1-4-Rheobus-Kit-BLACK-pr-2530.html
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post #2 of 14
MCP 350 does not have RPM control it just has a RPM Monitor cable for you to plug on the board to see the pump rpm's.... same goes for the MCP355 only the MCPX has RPM Controller
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^ yup
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The purpose is to play with the voltage not monitor the RPM.
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post #5 of 14
The new MCP350 PCB's look EXACTLY the same as the MCP 35X's.

I think you can solder on pwm control.
post #6 of 14
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The purpose is to play with the voltage not monitor the RPM.

The Pump has a 12v molex.... only way to reduce voltage is to switch the wires but i do not recommend that... after all is the one thing that keeps watter flowing...

Still i dont understand why you need a fan controller... it will do nothing to the pump...
post #7 of 14
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Molex to 3-pin fan headers can be used. But I will be doing the wiring anyway I don't have a problem with that sort of work.

What do you mean by it will do nothing to pump? What will happen if you supply 9V to a 12V pump?
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post #8 of 14
it will have less RPM's, worse flow and higher system temps....
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Molex to 3-pin fan headers can be used. But I will be doing the wiring anyway I don't have a problem with that sort of work.

What do you mean by it will do nothing to pump? What will happen if you supply 9V to a 12V pump?

nothing other then it would pump less water
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Exactly and that's what I am trying to do to get rid of the noise. So let's get back on the topic after this clarification...
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