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Monday, December 30th 2013, 3:56am

My mistake, the AE 5 & AE 6 manual, linked above, covers Aquasuite 2013 too. It is from page 18 all the way to page 48, minus a few pages that only pertain to the models with front panel displays.

Wa3pnt: On my computer, the .jpg that you entered in the post above says "Tinypic (in bright colors) this image or video has been moved or deleted."
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wa3pnt

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Monday, December 30th 2013, 6:48am


Wa3pnt: On my computer, the .jpg that you entered in the post above says "Tinypic (in bright colors) this image or video has been moved or deleted."
Duuugh! And I know why. LOL In an effort to manage my TinyPic space, and the space on my computer, I deleted the .jpg that I created from the .pdf. When TinyPic sync'd with my files, it also deleted it.

Lesson learned. Don't be so frugal with disk space.

Sorry, but now we (especially me) know why it's a bad link.

RodeoGeorge

Monday, January 27th 2014, 10:48am

Is there a trade up plan in the works? I have an unused Aquaero 5 pro NEW IN BOX box that is waiting for installation and now you've released the version 6 that would actually be a better fit for my situation due to the heightened fan channel power on offer it seems! I would have definitely waited if i'd known the 6 was coming out... Can anyone help me out?
Happy to pay the difference....


stevebit56

Junior Member

Aquaero 6 XT vs Aquaero 6 PRO

Wednesday, February 5th 2014, 11:29pm

Can anyone tell me the difference between the XT and the PRO Models? I also would like to know why the faceplate on the Pro version is square and the XT version is rounded on the one end. I have read the discriptions of both of the units and they seem the same other then the XT version comes with the remote but if they are the same why would Aqua make the faceplates different? I would like to know before I purchase the Aquaero 6 so I buy the right version. any help would be apperciated 8|
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Pilo

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Wednesday, February 5th 2014, 11:59pm

The XT version is easier to handle without the aquasuite software, because it has more control buttons, it's more convenient.
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Shizbazki

Junior Member

Adding more PWM fan channels?

Friday, February 7th 2014, 6:15pm

Hi

Just got me a Aquaero 6 XT, its great that it has 4 x PWM fan connectors but i wonder is there anything in the pipeline for something like the Power Adjust that adds extra PWM fan channels since I technically need three more PWM Channels?

Friday, February 7th 2014, 8:44pm

or alternately produce an aquaero(7 ?) that has a dual 5.25" bay form factor that can accommodate more fan channels and also a larger screen that is touch enabled for better control on the aquaero itself. this would also take care of the aquaero master slave issue as one device would host all the fan channels you need. the cost, however, would be another issue.

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stevebit56

Junior Member

Aquaero 7

Sunday, February 16th 2014, 7:54pm

or alternately produce an aquaero(7 ?) that has a dual 5.25" bay form factor that can accommodate more fan channels and also a larger screen that is touch enabled for better control on the aquaero itself. this would also take care of the aquaero master slave issue as one device would host all the fan channels you need. the cost, however, would be another issue.


That sounds great Pastiche !!! I wouldn't mind a higher cost to have all those features and more PWM fan channels. So when can we expect this Aqua? anything in the pipeline for a Aquaero's 7 ???? :thumbsup:
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stevebit56

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RE: Adding more PWM fan channels?

Sunday, February 16th 2014, 8:07pm

Hi

Just got me a Aquaero 6 XT, its great that it has 4 x PWM fan connectors but i wonder is there anything in the pipeline for something like the Power Adjust that adds extra PWM fan channels since I technically need three more PWM channels?


I have a question similar to this question. There is only 4 PWM Fan channels and I have 2 PWM swifttech pumps and 3 PWM fans for each pump loop I understand that I will control each set of 3 fans for each loop together. I then have 4 sets of 2 120mm PWM fans to move air though the case with only 2 fan channels left how will I configure the system to accommodate the 4 sets of 2 120 PWM fans ???????? ?( 8|
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Tuesday, September 16th 2014, 2:14am

Can anyone please help me?

Does anyone know what is the minimum rpm the AQ D5 with aquabus can go down to when connected to the Aquaero 6 XT?Will it function exactly as the swiftech 655 pwm?

Thanks in advance
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Tuesday, September 16th 2014, 8:12am

Hello. Just a quick question about the IR Transmitter output. I am wondering if you can program this IR to turn on an aircon unit when an ambient temperature sensor exceeds a certain value and to output an off signal once either the temperature goes below a certain value OR after a set time (to prevent the aircon turning on and off every 5min)? The controller would only need to 'learn" 2 IR commands on and off

I live in a hot environment in Australia . On some days in summer we can reach up to 47C (117F) and probably higher for my computer room with the PC running. Having the IR transmitter built into this fan controller would be handy since I don't care what the temp gets in the room when the PC is off so it would be better than getting another external thermostat/IR circuit that I would have to keep turning on and off whenever I need to leave a computer on.

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Shoggy

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Tuesday, September 16th 2014, 12:00pm

Does anyone know what is the minimum rpm the AQ D5 with aquabus can go down to when connected to the Aquaero 6 XT?Will it function exactly as the swiftech 655 pwm
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I do not know the rpm number but it would be useless anyway since it varies massively from pump to pump. The controller in our USB variant rebuilds the adjusting knob that a regular D5 pump has. So the speed range is the same as with a normal D5 pump.

By the way: Swiftechs PWM variant can not be used with the aquaero 6 because this pump does not follow the PWM standard and lacks the required 5V pullup circuit for the PWM signal.

Hello. Just a quick question about the IR Transmitter output. I am wondering if you can program this IR to turn on an aircon unit when an ambient temperature sensor exceeds a certain value and to output an off signal once either the temperature goes below a certain value OR after a set time (to prevent the aircon turning on and off every 5min)? The controller would only need to 'learn" 2 IR commands on and off

The 2-pin IR port is not in use yet and no function is given through the firmware so it is also not clear in which way this port can be controlled in the future. I would not rely too much on it, the IR port has no priority for us.

Tuesday, September 16th 2014, 7:52pm

Does anyone know what is the minimum rpm the AQ D5 with aquabus can go down to when connected to the Aquaero 6 XT?Will it function exactly as the swiftech 655 pwm
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I do not know the rpm number but it would be useless anyway since it varies massively from pump to pump. The controller in our USB variant rebuilds the adjusting knob that a regular D5 pump has. So the speed range is the same as with a normal D5 pump.

By the way: Swiftechs PWM variant can not be used with the aquaero 6 because this pump does not follow the PWM standard and lacks the required 5V pullup circuit for the PWM signal.

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What if i tried placing a 10K pull up resistor and Zener diode from the PWM wire to the +5v rail.Can't we find out what the rpm range of the AQ D5 with aquabus is from the aquasuite? Thanks for all your help
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SteinerKD

Junior Member

Thursday, May 14th 2015, 4:12am

Any plans in the future for something like a "Poweradjust 3" that adds power and capability to match the AE6? (PWM fan controller mainly)

Railgun

Full Member

Thursday, May 14th 2015, 11:23am

There already is a PA3, but its only changes are an improved design, and additional power capacity. Unfortunately, they changed the LED to a bright blue (I'm a fan of red in this case).

And this is off topic.

Thursday, May 14th 2015, 12:39pm

Can anyone please help me?

Does anyone know what is the minimum rpm the AQ D5 with aquabus can go down to when connected to the Aquaero 6 XT?Will it function exactly as the swiftech 655 pwm?

Thanks in advance
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The USB / Aquabus D5 is simply a D5 Vario with slight mods. It has the exact same min and max speed as any other D5 Vario (1800 - 4800). The PWM D5's can run at lower RPM's but that isn't very useful.

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