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#11 (permalink)      2/28/2015 10:56:12 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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And I'm not saying 1 18650 is always better than 2x 18350. Just saying it CAN be, depending on which batteries you have.
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#12 (permalink)      3/1/2015 1:19:23 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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skyrockets1uk wrote:

Sorry I just don't get vaping at 7.5V, high ohms pushing 60 100w. just wastes battery power

Oh; yeah; there's these "Universal dc adapters" with voltage settings of
3, 4.5, 6, 7.5, 9, 12
So the only usefull one is the 7.5 which is in the range of stacked batteries.
3 is too low and 4.5 too high for most regulated mods, so I use the 7.5 and stick a bolt with rubber washers up the mod to simulate a battery.

But if the kick will accept the 7.5 too, then I could just buy 5 or 10 kicks and I could use any mech mod.

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#13 (permalink)      3/1/2015 1:57:03 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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The first input cap is rated 10V or 16V, the diodes are rated 3A/40V, the fuse is rated 7A.

I have not check the microcontroller voltage yet as it require un-soldering, if there is no voltage regulator for it, chances are it will blow up fairly quickly, most of them can't work for long pass 6V.

Can't find any data on the mosfets but chances of them causing problems at 7.5V are pretty low.