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Flow Sensor on quadro

Samstag, 9. März 2019, 01:55

Ugh, just received my new (to me) quadro, and the farbwerk 360 is released... grrr.

Anyway I have a question regarding the quadro.
When I add my High Flow USB flow sensor it appears to display the raw data, I think.
I am not sure how to correlate the result to the actual flow.

Selecting Soft Sensor:


Result:

Samstag, 9. März 2019, 02:43

I thought, maybe I need to go direct to the Flow Sensor's tab, and not the flow sensor in the aquaero's sensors tab.
But nope, same result.



Samstag, 9. März 2019, 12:34

That is the actual flow as you don't have to calibrate a high flow sensor.

Samstag, 9. März 2019, 14:12

But I don't understand what 2087 or 2092 means.
How do I correlate those numbers to the actual flow rate in l/m or l/h?
I think I need a curve or formula to convert those values.

Samstag, 9. März 2019, 14:15

That is the actual flow as you don't have to calibrate a high flow sensor.


but be careful:
l/min means Litre per Minute! if you want to have it in Litre per Hour: you can change it in Aquasuite configuration.
3.5l/min means 3.5l/min x 60min/h = 220l/h! and that isn't soooo bad Really 8)

Samstag, 9. März 2019, 15:23

Appreciate your thoughts, but I believe you misunderstood my comment.

I AM pleased with the flow rate of 3.5 l/m, but I am not sure how to use the values passed to the quadro, in that they do not correlate in a relationship I can easily determine by looking at it.
I suppose I could divide 2090 by 3.5 to get an assumed equivalent of 597 units being equal to 1 l/m, and then assuming 0 to equal 0, and the curve to be linear, develop the table below.
But I believe the issue is that the quadro is importing the wrong value from the flow sensor.

raw - l/m
0 - 0.0
60 - 0.1
119 - 0.2
179 - 0.3
239 - 0.4
299 - 0.5
358 - 0.6
418 - 0.7
478 - 0.8
537 - 0.9
597 - 1.0
657 - 1.1
717 - 1.2
776 - 1.3
836 - 1.4
896 - 1.5
955 - 1.6
1015 - 1.7
1075 - 1.8
1135 - 1.9
1194 - 2.0
1254 - 2.1
1314 - 2.2
1373 - 2.3
1433 - 2.4
1493 - 2.5
1553 - 2.6
1612 - 2.7
1672 - 2.8
1732 - 2.9
1791 - 3.0
1851 - 3.1
1911 - 3.2
1971 - 3.3
2030 - 3.4
2090 - 3.5
2150 - 3.6
2209 - 3.7
2269 - 3.8
2329 - 3.9
2389 - 4.0
2448 - 4.1
2508 - 4.2
2568 - 4.3
2627 - 4.4
2687 - 4.5
2747 - 4.6
2807 - 4.7
2866 - 4.8
2926 - 4.9
2986 - 5.0

Samstag, 9. März 2019, 15:59

Thought I would try one last thing... since HWiNFO reads the aquaero, I tried to use HWiNFO as the source.
Unfortunately, HWiNFO only gets the internal temperature of the High Flow USB sensor, no flow rate shown.
Perhaps the issue is that I am using the High Flow USB sensor with the MPS electronics, and there is an anomaly in communicating with it.