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#1 (permalink)      7/20/2015 3:33:32 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Could staff please put the Ohms for this wire?
#2 (permalink)      7/20/2015 3:45:14 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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steam engine: 1.00 ohm / 172 mm = 0.058 ohm/cm.
V = dU/dq | I = dq/dt | P = dU/dt = V·I | V = I·R
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Can I use this for mod, that only officially supports Ni200? Like, DOVPO TC
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Yes, could be or not if it wouldn't be grade 1. So if they would put the Ohm, I could see much better if it is really grade 1 Titanium, or something else.
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Yes, I use it with a dovpo tc and some other mods, and they work perfectly with Titanium Grade 1, both in TC mode and normal mode
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enforcerlt wrote:

Can I use this for mod, that only officially supports Ni200? Like, DOVPO TC


Yes but you'll need to run it at a lower temperature setting. Maybe around 80C/140F lower. Here is a rough guide based on linear temp-dependence model and approximate temp coefficients. YMMV.

V = dU/dq | I = dq/dt | P = dU/dt = V·I | V = I·R
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Really Grade 1 or fasttech grade?
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I guess one way to find out.. already in the cart.. purchased and wait for the shipping
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Great, please report when you get it.
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So what is a 'good' titanium coil for temp control? I didn't find much info on youtube.
Do you dryburn and squeeze it like kanthal? Or do a 'normal' coil? What resistance is acceptable? Of course it personal and/or device related, but there should be some guidlines like '0.1 ohmn is waay to low and 0.7 is too damn high'?
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You cannot dryburn it, or heat it to make a microcoil. When Titanium gets real hot it burns like hell. You want to build a spaced coil. Myself I normally build them at 0.3 to 0.5 ohms, and like these more then the +- .15 ohm coils with nickel 200. Titanium grade 1 is easy to build, compared to ni200, much harder. If too springy you can heat the wire gently before building the coil, but if heating it too much it will catch fire, Titanium burns like magnesium. Just passing gently the flame of a lighter would do fine. Then you should dial +- 80 or 100 degrees F. less then with Ni200.

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