|Approved fluids:||Water, Water/ glycol mixture|
|Dimensions:||66 x 57 mm|
|Max. Discharge head:||3,7m, Good (2 to 4m)|
|Max. Flow:||1500l/h, Extreme (more than 1400l/h)|
|Max. System temperature:||60° C|
|Others:||PWM Input with speed signal|
|Power connector:||4Pin Molex|
|Water inlet:||Not available|
|Water outlet:||Not available|
The D5 pump motor is a powerful pump engine that has to be completed with a suitable housing. The electronically commutated spherical motor features extremely smooth operation and a long life.
A PWM signal can be used to control pump speed, alternatively the pump speed can be controlled by supply voltage. Additionally, the pump generates a speed signal for monitoring.
Important: The Aqua Computer D5 pump has an optimized PWM input and can be used with any Intel PWM standard compatible fan controller. This pump can be used with aquaero 5/6 PWM fan outputs without any heat dissipiation at the aquaero. All other currently available (as of January 2015) D5 pumps with PWM input use different hardware that will not work correctly with the PWM outputs of aquaero 5/6 devices. This pump is compatible with nearly any PWM fan controller on the market.
Dimensions (Diameter x Height): 66 x 57 mm (without cables)
Supply voltage: 8 - 24 V DC
Power consumption: 23 W (at 12 V)
Pressure at 12 V: 3,7 m water head
Power supply via 4 pin Molex device plug, PWM input and speed signal separately on 4 pin fan connector
Scope of delivery:
1x Aqua Computer D5 pump motor with PWM input and speed signal
A suitable housing is required for operation, not included in delivery. The pump electronics are not water proof and must not get in contact with coolant, no submerged operation!
Due to their design, many newer motherboards are no longer compatible with this pump. This can be recognized in that the pump runs at full rotational speed or at a constant minimal speed, despite the motherboard requiring a higher/lower speed, or in that the pump does not start up at all. This problem can be solved by:
1) no longer connecting the signal cable to the motherboard, so the pump runs at full rotational speed
2) using adapter cable article number 52124 and connecting the pump to a fan control