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07-14-2020 11:57 PM
broodro0ster
Quote: Originally Posted by Ajeff401 View Post


Has anyone put an Aquaero in a meshify c or like case in the circles area? Mounted were the fan would be.

Pondering if theres a better way

bottom mounts are 120mm from what I can see the Aquaero is 148mm. Width wise there’s more than 148mm across on the case
Yea, that would work if you remove the lower HDD cage and ofcourse buy the Aquaero 6LT without screen to mount it there.
Also, you won't be able to directly mount it to the fan holes, but you could make a mounting plate in wood or arcylic that attaches to the fan slots and then mount the Aquaero to the other side. Or you could also design and 3D print one if you have access to a 3D printer.
07-14-2020 11:04 AM
Ajeff401
OCN Aquaero Owners Club



Has anyone put an Aquaero in a meshify c or like case in the circles area? Mounted were the fan would be.

Pondering if theres a better way

bottom mounts are 120mm from what I can see the Aquaero is 148mm. Width wise there’s more than 148mm across on the case
07-14-2020 10:47 AM
chibi
Quote: Originally Posted by Shawnb99 View Post
Nope it doesn't to both questions.

Awesome, thx!
07-14-2020 10:34 AM
Shawnb99 Nope it doesn't to both questions.
07-14-2020 10:18 AM
chibi Regarding the Flow sensor high flow G1/4 (SKU: 53068), does it require a min length of tubing before and after similar to the MPS Flow 400 series?

Also, the high flow sensor does not need calibrating, correct?
07-14-2020 02:57 AM
NE0XY Thanks for the answers,
I'll probably get the non-USB version. And I'll probably use the RPM cable from my current flowmeter, I guess that would work.

Current: https://www.amazon.com/Bitspower-Flo...Z2N60C5VX&th=1
07-13-2020 09:20 PM
skupples you have two models.


Model A uses the BIG 3 pin which connects via RPM header on the Aquaero, no temp sensor. (this is the one I said you could



Model B (newer model) uses Auqabus (PWM 4 pin header) + a 2 pin fem/fem temp probe line (probably includes ones) to the aquaero temp probe section.
07-13-2020 02:04 PM
InfoSeeker
Quote: Originally Posted by NE0XY View Post
So why not just a connect the temp sensor to the Aquaeros port instead? And what's the point of the USB if I have to use the 3-pin anyway? sounds like maybe I should stick with the regular one

Actually, the Flow Sensor High Flow USB does NOT have the 3-pin port/cable.
The aquasuite gets the flow rate over the USB and/or aquabus connection.

Edit: since the aquabus cable is essentially a 4-pin PWM fan cable, you can get various lengths or extensions as needed.


07-13-2020 11:36 AM
NE0XY
Quote: Originally Posted by Shawnb99 View Post
For if you need 9 sensors or one isn't close to the Aquero or cleaner cable runs. As for the point of the USB I couldn't tell you, that's why I've stuck with the normal one. Never had any issues with the pins not staying in place, on both of mine it takes effort to even get it lose, more prone to break the cable then have the pins come lose.
I see, thanks. I don't need that many so I'll stick with the regular one. Thanks
Now I'll just need to find a longer 3pin cable from EU shop since I don't think the 30cm one will be enough
07-13-2020 10:04 AM
Shawnb99
Quote: Originally Posted by NE0XY View Post
So why not just a connect the temp sensor to the Aquaeros port instead? And what's the point of the USB if I have to use the 3-pin anyway? sounds like maybe I should stick with the regular one
For if you need 9 sensors or one isn't close to the Aquero or cleaner cable runs. As for the point of the USB I couldn't tell you, that's why I've stuck with the normal one. Never had any issues with the pins not staying in place, on both of mine it takes effort to even get it lose, more prone to break the cable then have the pins come lose.
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