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07-08-2020 11:55 PM
war4peace
Quote: Originally Posted by Ajeff401 View Post
Any of you gurus be kind to tell me how you made a “watts dissapated” and “water delta” virtual sensor?

Curious if I can tune the 240 and 360 separately to quiet the system down even more
Quote: Originally Posted by InfoSeeker View Post
Power dissipated is a built-in calculation. Under the aquaero go to Sensors > Power measurements and drag a flow sensor output and the radiator temperature in/out sensors to the respective slots and your done.

For the delta temp, under the aquaero, go to the Virtual sensor tab, drag the two sensors you want to compare to their respective slots, and select Temperature difference to get the delta.
You can do it all in the Playground, if you know the formulas.

You need RAD IN, RAD OUT, Flow Senzor values as inputs. You also need Water Thermal Capacity as constant and seconds per hour or seconds per minute as another constant, depending on how your flow meter is set up. Mine is set up in liters per hour, so I use seconds per hour as constant.

1. Go to Playground in Aquasuite.
2. Add two Inputs, for RAD in and RAD out.
3. Add a calculation (X=A-B), use RAD IN as first input, RAD out as 2nd input.
4. Add a constant called "Water Thermal Capacity", enter its value as 4187.
5. Add a calculation (X=A*B), use result from step 3 as one input and step 4 as the 2nd input.
6. Add another input (Flow Sensor value).
7. Add a calculation (X=A*B), use result from step 5 as one input and result from step 6 as the other input.
8. Add a constant (either seconds per hour with value 3600 or seconds per minute with value 60 - depends on how your flow sensor value is shown, in L/min or L/h).
9. Add a calculation (X=A/B), use results from Step 7 as first input and step 8 as the 2nd input.
10. Link the result from step 9 to the OUT in the Playground.

Congratulations, you now have a Power Dissipation virtual sensor!

Caveat: Step 4 value assumes 1L of liquid is equal in mass to 1 Kg of water, and that the cooling liquid has the same heat dissipation value as water. If you know the exact values for your liquid (density, heat dissipation characteristics), you could alter values at step 4 and add a density multiplier in the formula steps. Hit me up if you do want that.

07-08-2020 12:10 PM
InfoSeeker
Quote: Originally Posted by Ajeff401 View Post
Any of you gurus be kind to tell me how you made a “watts dissapated” and “water delta” virtual sensor?

Curious if I can tune the 240 and 360 separately to quiet the system down even more

Power dissipated is a built-in calculation. Under the aquaero go to Sensors > Power measurements and drag a flow sensor output and the radiator temperature in/out sensors to the respective slots and your done.

For the delta temp, under the aquaero, go to the Virtual sensor tab, drag the two sensors you want to compare to their respective slots, and select Temperature difference to get the delta.
07-08-2020 08:42 AM
Ajeff401 Any of you gurus be kind to tell me how you made a “watts dissapated” and “water delta” virtual sensor?

Curious if I can tune the 240 and 360 separately to quiet the system down even more


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07-07-2020 04:57 AM
InfoSeeker
Quote: Originally Posted by CantingSoup View Post
Does anyone know why the software is flagging the fan?

As Shawnb said, you can ignore it, but if you want to remove the amber error status, just set the 'Output power' to zero.
07-07-2020 04:45 AM
ManniX-ITA
Quote: Originally Posted by CantingSoup View Post
I don’t have anything in the header. Thanks.
Because Output Power is set to 100%, so it's expecting the fan to report RPM speed; just set it to zero and should go away.
07-07-2020 04:11 AM
Shawnb99
Quote: Originally Posted by CantingSoup View Post
I don’t have anything in the header. Thanks.

Then you can safely ignore it. The software doesn’t like when the headers are unused as it sees it as an RPM issue so it flags a warning just in case you did have something plugged in.
07-07-2020 03:51 AM
CantingSoup
Quote: Originally Posted by Shawnb99 View Post
Quote: Originally Posted by CantingSoup View Post
Does anyone know why the software is flagging the fan?

Do you have something plugged into that header? If not you can ignore it.
I don’t have anything in the header. Thanks.
07-07-2020 02:42 AM
Shawnb99
Quote: Originally Posted by CantingSoup View Post
Does anyone know why the software is flagging the fan?

Do you have something plugged into that header? If not you can ignore it.
07-07-2020 02:27 AM
CantingSoup Does anyone know why the software is flagging the fan?
06-29-2020 10:30 PM
Moose-Tech I just updated to version x22. (after the Bug fix)
It took me about an hour to match up the new data points to the last implementation, but I also had to update the firmware, which included getting all the HW upgraded to match AquaSuite x22.

I love the new interfaces I have available with the new updates. I already made updates using the new display templates that are available. I made the following new page template to handle the new format.

I love the new design and features. I also use this SW for an Air-cooled build where I use case ambient to case intake as the delta with just a Quadro.

Seriously, I have no idea why any enthusiast would use any other SW to manage their cooling. This stuff is amazing!
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