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Mittwoch, 20. Juni 2018, 20:07

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MPS 400 flow sensor issue

Problem solved... I made the mod to my pump. Now it runs from 3500 to 4800rpm and I have readings from 190 to 270lt/h. Maybe the 100lt/h are too near the minimum value that the sensor can read...

Montag, 18. Juni 2018, 22:24

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MPS 400 flow sensor issue

Tomorrow I'll try the mod and see what happens

Montag, 18. Juni 2018, 21:49

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MPS 400 flow sensor issue

No, without that mod the pump doesn't receive a good pwm signal and runs at a fixed speed. After that mod, I can use the "Power controlled"...

Montag, 18. Juni 2018, 20:41

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MPS 400 flow sensor issue

It's not so easy... My D5 pwm isn't compatible with pwm standards and I can't setect the speed. It can run at actual speed or it switches off... I have to make the mod and use the pump like a 3 pin fan (voltage controlled)

Montag, 18. Juni 2018, 13:26

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MPS 400 flow sensor issue

I have an Alphacool D5 pwm pump at 2000rpm, 1 EK supremacy evo waterblock, 1 360mm rad. They are connected with 6 45° fittings and 2 straight fittings on the mps400. When the sensor works, it detects 100lt/h. And the pump always run at that fixed speed. So the flow must be always the same...

Sonntag, 17. Juni 2018, 14:24

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MPS 400 flow sensor issue

Hi everybody! I'm a first time user for the Aquacomputer products. I recently bought an Aquacomputer MPSFlow 400 (order nr.93024552 - 21.05.201 I have a problem with this sensor. The sensor is connected to an Aquaero 6 LT with the original Aquabus cable and to the motherboard with the usb cable. It is connected to the liquid system with 2 G1/4" fittings and 14/10 straight tubes. The temperature of the cooling liquid is correctly detected. The flow sensor doesnt' work well. I manually configure t...