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Using the standard alerts configuration with Fan #9 GPU D5 Pump2 as an example.

24245878312_ceeeea9be3_o.jpgAlerting by Hilton, on Flickr

On the LCD configuration page - to create a pop up image - add a new "Alert Trigger" drop down that references all available alerts that have been configured.

Set your image X:Y: coordinates as usual... Then Bobs your uncle. If the alert is true, trigger the image, if alert is false, then hide the image. You could go further with this and make multiple alert triggers available for a single alert image.

24354102185_39e0c2e1b6_c.jpgLCD new alert image by Hilton, on Flickr

For the alert text you could add an alert sensor item "Alert" check box, again with a drop down list of available alerts that have been set. If alert is false default "show value" style applies, if alert is true, apply "Alert Style". All the core framework is there you just need to link the modules.

23727295093_e117d70e2d_c.jpgLCD new sensor show value style by Hilton, on Flickr

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Hi,

 

Is this possible using Aida & Aquaro gear ? :

 

1 monitor every fan rpm

2 alert for each fan fail on Aida sensor panel

3 temp alarm trigger to external device eg: relay, 5v high signal, mosfet, transistor, etc..

4 display everything Aquero senses & view in Aida SensoPanel

5 OS crash = Aida/Aquero system auto shutdown procedure

6 fan speed ramp up at mobo power up

7 sensors shared across both Aida & Aquero

8 more than 1 USB lcd showing separate pages/tabs of SensorPanel eg: LCD1 shows temp:LCD2 shows flow, LCD3 shows rpm.......

 

I haven't updated Aida since V5.0 - sorry if I haven't the answers already

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Hi,

 

Is this possible using Aida & Aquaro gear ? :

 

1 monitor every fan rpm

2 alert for each fan fail on Aida sensor panel

3 temp alarm trigger to external device eg: relay, 5v high signal, mosfet, transistor, etc..

4 display everything Aquero senses & view in Aida SensoPanel

5 OS crash = Aida/Aquero system auto shutdown procedure

6 fan speed ramp up at mobo power up

7 sensors shared across both Aida & Aquero

8 more than 1 USB lcd showing separate pages/tabs of SensorPanel eg: LCD1 shows temp:LCD2 shows flow, LCD3 shows rpm.......

 

I haven't updated Aida since V5.0 - sorry if I haven't the answers already

1) Yes, it's possible.

2) It's possible to configure alarms (in AIDA64 / main menu / File / Preferences / Hardware Monitoring / Alerting), but alarms are not reflected/shown on the SensorPanel itself.

3) No, AIDA64 doesn't support such things.

4) Most of them should be there. Just download AIDA64 v5.75 (trial version is fine), and check it out.

5) You can request a system shutdown (in AIDA64 / main menu / File / Preferences / Hardware Monitoring / Alerting) once an alert is fired.

6) AIDA64 doesn't support fan speed PWM (duty cycle) control.

7) AIDA64 implements a feature called External Applications that other software can use to display readings that are measured by AIDA64. The reverse is not supported by AIDA64, so AIDA64 is not capable of importing values from Aquaero.

8) Yes, you can do that using the external LCD module that you can configure in AIDA64 / main menu / File / Preferences / Hardware Monitoring / LCD.

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