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Old 01-15-2020, 10:15 AM
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Default LL120 fans + Armis AR5 TG RGB (w/Advanced Aurora Sync Pro PWM controller)

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How get my LL120 fans to work most easily in my AR TG case that already has three Sigma HP fans that are connected to Advanced Aurora Sync Pro PWM controller. I connected the LL120 fans to the Lighting Node Pro following the instructions but they only light but don't spin? I left connections for the three Sigma fans as they were. Can I get all 6 fans to work with to different controllers or what I need no do?

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The Lighting Node Pro only controls the LEDs. You'll need to connect the PWM connectors to a PWM header. Looking at that controller, it may accept a PWM signal but it looks like it only controls DC fans (3 pins on the header - +12V/Ground/Tach; no PWM header).

You won't be able to control the LL fan lighting from that controller. It looks to only be 12V analog RGB.
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