Originally Posted by Streetdragon
When i only one header to pwm, all header go into overcurrent. For example i enable it on header 4(all pwm fans) it triggers 1+2+3+4.
I will have to talk to our electronic technician but I already assume that the voltage/current monitoring chip on your aquaero is damaged. If you have some good soldering skills or know someone, you could replace it yourself. Otherwise you would have to send in the device.
Originally Posted by zGunBLADEz
Still my question remains the 20x fans per channel video specs. Kind of missleading for [email protected]
No good on the long run to run constant max amp or above even if is active cooled.
Not sure what you are asking for. The aquaero 6 can handle 2.5A per fan output and can do 3.0A per fan output when using the passive heatsink.
The fans in the video were our airstream fans that are not available anymore since quite a long time now. Their official rating was 0.18A.
Originally Posted by jura11
Its started to happening after updating to new Aquasuite, been for while using Aquasuite 2016 or 2018 and no issues but after updating to X, Aquasuite is crashing etc and now this issue
When you came from a very old firmware version it could explain your problem. Old versions were not monitoring huge loads correctly and were way too tolerant. It was fixed a while ago and when you updated lately your aquaero also has this fix now. So the problem was very likely already there before but the older firmware interpreted it as OK while it was supposed to be not OK.
Originally Posted by ManniX-ITA
Also I wonder if it's normal the flow meter, the Aqua n. 53061, does not report anything at 8V with the DC-LT 2600.
I don't know the flow rate of this pump at low voltage but the flow meter with the smaller diameter is pretty accurate even at low flow rates. It should easily work with flow rates of only 20 l/h.
Originally Posted by indyjones
Bit of a random question, but has anybody tried or known of anyone who has run their Aquaero screen via a wired extension from the main unit please? Where I am thinking of mounting the screen, it does not have the clearance for the assembled unit, and where it's a standard 24pin connector I was thinking of wiring an extension lead on my 6 XT. It does not need to very long.
It is possible but not recommend. We use an extension cable in the GIGANT radiator since there is not enough space available to install a completely assembled aquaero. The cable is something about 20 cm and should not be much longer because otherwise the communication between the controller and display will fail.
The extension is no regular article for sale but you can get a quotation for it on request.