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Monday, May 27th 2019, 2:35pm

Author: Morkrah

Aquaero - two controlers one output?

Thanks for all your help. Any pointers on where to start when making rules?

Saturday, May 25th 2019, 7:11pm

Author: Morkrah

Aquaero - two controlers one output?

Ah ok so your saying only possible with two separate setups that I then have to swap manually? Fair enough, shame as I was hoping it could be done automatically. Thanks for your help

Friday, May 24th 2019, 1:16pm

Author: Morkrah

Aquaero - two controlers one output?

Maybe it wasn't to clear, I'd like it to control automatically against these two perameters. 1. Hold a 10 c delta between water and ambient temperature 2. Maintain a water temperature bellow 30 c Is there a way of adding in some sort of temperature override to an existing controller or some other method? Hope this is more clear. Many thanks for any help

Thursday, May 23rd 2019, 5:03pm

Author: Morkrah

Aquaero - two controlers one output?

Hi there, Thanks for your reply! Do you mind just explaining in layman's what you mean by swapping to a different profile? Still learning the software. Thanks!

Thursday, May 23rd 2019, 2:34pm

Author: Morkrah

Aquaero - two controlers one output?

Hi chaps, Please can someone help me achieve this if it is at all possible? I currently run my radiator fans on a set point controller to maintain a 10 degree delta between ambient and water temperatures. What id like to do is have a separate controler set up for the same fans that will override the 10 degree delta when my water temperature reaches 30 C or so. For examples sakes here's a situation I have often: 1. PC is running cool and quiet maintaining 10 degree delta 2. Room temperature incre...