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    Maximus IX Extreme Monoblock Flow Meter questions.

    In AISuite3, the flowmeter on my monoblock shows about 800rpm. Does anyone have an idea what that converts to in flow rate, maybe in liters/minute?

    AISuite3 show 2 different water flow values. There is a WATER_FLOW and a WATER_FLOW2. WATER_FLOW reports 800rpm. WATER_FLOW2 reports nothing. Is WATER_FLOW2 for an option/external flow meter or should it be reporting something?

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    Hi,you're lucky to show something.
    I can't show values either in AI Suite else in BIOS, but only at high speed. There is another thread, please search for monoblock.

    I think spinning of the flow meter depends, how thigt the screws of monoblock are screwed. Possible there will be a little brake. My values at water pump highest speed are about 400 RPM an in BIOS about 9l/m.
    Greets Bernd

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    Mine shows 800RPM in AiSuite3. In BIOS it says 16 L/M. I don't know how that is even possible. My system has two pumps in serial at 6.8 L/M. Two of these, http://koolance.com/erm-3k3uc-liquid...-system-copper.

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