Aqua Computer

Aqua Computer
Aquaero 6 Pro USB Fan Controller

  • The aquaero is an absolutely autonomous working microprocessor-controlled device with USB 2.0 interface.

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Stock Code: BB-001-AQ

EAN: 4260073417341

MPN: 53145

Manufacturer: Aqua Computer

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Aquaero 6 Pro USB Fan Controller

The aquaero is an absolutely autonomous working microprocessor-controlled device with USB 2.0 interface. All speed parameters and sensor values can be set and visualized in an user-friendly menu or through an even easier to use PC-software. Additionally, the graphic LC display can be used to display almost any information using the popular LCD software LCDHype.

- Size: 1x 5.25 inch
- Material: brushed stainless steel front
- Color: Silver
- Display: 256 x 64 (B / W)
- Repetition rate: 20 FPS
- Operation: software (Aqua Suite) and on the device
- Keys: 3
- Ports: USB 2.0
- 4x 4-pin PWM fan (PWM switched off, per channel up to 20 fans)
- 1x Flow sensor input
- 1x Universal IR receiver
- 12x fan channels expandable (optional)
- 8x temperature sensors
- 1x 4-Pin Molex (power supply)
- Max Fan Current: 2.5A per
- Max Power for fan: dynamic
- Control range: 0 - 12 V (0.01% increments)
- Aquabus: low-and high-speed
- Heatsink: Passive, optionally with watercooling
- Compatibility: Windows (32/64 bit, all versions)

- Aquaero 6 PRO controller
- 4x temperature sensors, length approx 70 cm
- Internal USB cable, length approx 100 cm
- Connection cable for speed signal or aquabus


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Beautiful engineering

Had mine for about a month and after trying lots of different combinations of settings I now have it keeping my Caselabs S8 with 2xRX360 P/P and 12 case fans nice and cool and quiet. I would definitely recommend all of your water cooling parts are Aquacomputer as when they are all hooked up it provides a plethora of information and control.
Expensive yes and well worth it if you go for a fully water cooled system.


Cutting Edge Controller with Unique Feat

This little device is a master-work of electronics in my opinion. It contains every feature you could need in a fan controller, but a key point to remember is; it is NOT JUST a fan controller by any means.

You are able to power water-pumps, monitor and alter the RPMs of these pumps on the fly, monitor water-flow rates, pressure and fill-level, monitor up to eight hardware temperature sensors and another eight software temperatures, power L.E.Ds and customise the colour of them, install a relay that will automatically cut power if you exceed certain variables that you can customise, control the Aquaero using an infra-red remote, add more modules that extend the capabilities of the Aquaero such as extra fan controllers, a Real Time Clock and a watercooling block or heatsink for the Aquaero itself which allows you to add even more fans.

Within the control panel you are able to set custom fan curves with 16 nodes on each, based on any temperature sensor you like. Set the colour of L.E.Ds to change based on sensors, presets or cycle the colour. Set the on-chip alarm to sound based on any set of variables you wish, such as exceeding a temperature or falling below a certain RPM on a water-pump, upgrade the firmware, view data logs and set up graphs for them which can displayed on the LCD, set up the order and duration in which screens from any of the sensors being monitored are displayed on the LCD; the list really does go on.

On the negative side, the small viewing angle of the LCD can make it difficult to read. If your case sits significantly lower than your eye-line then you may not be able to make out anything on the display unless you sit back, or lower your head. There are certain optional things that you must purchase separately which you may have expected to find in the box, such as a black face-plate (that is my main gripe, it costs nearly a tenner for a piece of aluminium which Aqua Computer must know full well is the standard colour of cases these days), glass / plastic covering for the aforementioned face-plate (that's another fiver!), the L.E.D. modules must also be bought separately, a tiny real-time clock module, cables to power D5 pumps and control their speed called PowerAdjust cables, heatsink and so on.

This device really is on the cutting-edge of fan-controller technology. For people without watercooling, however, it may simply have too many features to be worth the money.


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