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#1 (permalink)      10/26/2014 10:13:02 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
redfury23
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Correct me if I'm wrong...
If I wire this into my box mod in between the chip and the 510, it will display the voltage output as well as complete the circuit for my atomizer right?
#2 (permalink)      10/27/2014 2:56:17 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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It will certainly display the output voltage, but i don't understand what you mean by "complete the circuit"...
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redfury23 wrote:

If I wire this into my box mod in between the chip and the 510, it will display the voltage output as well as complete the circuit for my atomizer right?



No.

Voltage is always measured in parallel, Current (amps) is measured in series.

You will want to wire this meter in parallel with the 510 +ve and -ve wires. Ie. Red wire to red wire, black wire to black wire, 'piggybacked' if you will into the existing circuit.

That's if you want to know what voltage output to coil is. If you want to use it as a battery voltage readout, the same applies except wired into +ve and -ve of the battery.


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yorgen wrote:

redfury23 wrote:If I wire this into my box mod in between the chip and the 510, it will display the voltage output as well as complete the circuit for my atomizer right?No.Voltage is always measured in parallel, Current (amps) is measured in series. You will want to wire this meter in parallel with the 510 +ve and -ve wires. Ie. Red wire to red wire, black wire to black wire, 'piggybacked' if you will into the existing circuit.That's if you want to know what voltage output to coil is. If you want to use it as a battery voltage readout, the same applies except wired into +ve and -ve of the battery.



Thanks man that makes sense. I never realized voltage was only measured in parallel whereas current is in series but it completely makes sense. I appreciate you helping me with my dumb question!