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#31 (permalink)      12/17/2016 9:32:41 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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@TruckinVapor I will try with the resistence unlocked. But Evolv is different than JT. Maybe some chips are mean to work in their own way right?

@MitchL I am not scared at all. Just want to learn more. (:

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http://www.steam-engine.org/coil.asp?mat=ss316l&r=0.76&hfnw=30&awg=26&id=3
See the wattage setting next to heat flux. around 170-180 is good.

You resistance is a little high, check post screws are tight.

resistance of hot coil is higher than cool. I never lock the resistance. I even reattach when the coil is hot. Never had a problem.


I haven't noticed the indicated temperature before. Thks!

I tighted the screws. Resistence changed to 0.70 ohms. Oh... I forgot to mention something. I am using this heatsink. Without the heatsink the resistence is 0.76. So something is wrong?

I alway thought that, "why should I lock the resistence if the resistence will keep changing? So with the resistence locked the device will give a TC that is inaccurate, right?"


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#32 (permalink)      12/17/2016 9:40:32 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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HybridMask wrote:

I haven't noticed the indicated temperature before. Thks!


That's not temperature. It's heat flux mW/mm2


HybridMask wrote:

So something is wrong?


Yes.

Your resistance changes shows something is wrong. That's probably why you are having problems.

Screws are tight - good.
Try without heatsink.

Does your atomiser have a long 510 pin?

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sushi6 wrote:

That's not temperature. It's heat flux mW/mm2


Your resistance changes shows something is wrong. That's probably why you are having problems.

Screws are tight - good.
Try without heatsink.

Does your atomiser have a long 510 pin?


I have no clue what is mW/mm2... Hahaha...

Yes, its a very long 510 pin! Like 1mm protruding. It doesn't sit flush on the evic.

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Temperature control works simply by reading the difference of the resistance of the wire. If the wire is at a certain resistance at room temperature, its resistance will change when it is heated to a desired temperature. If the base temperature is not kept, temperature control does nothing at all like in the case of a Sigelei 213!
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Sorry I was gone so long, but I had to get some groceries for lunch next week! I will be working 10 hours a day.
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Yihi chips mostly lock in resistance the moment they are read.

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@MitchL
Not a problem, mate. (:
I got waht you said... But I think something is wrong with my build or my RDA.
I will post a picture of the build in a moment.
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I think you are a problem solver! You will figure it out!! Good to see ya here!
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Hybrid,
It's imperative that you get a stable resistance for TC to work correctly. Fluctions in a cold/base line resistance as low as 0.1 ohms can lead to over a 100° discrepancy and the major cause of mods reverting to wattage mod.
Living is the only thing worth dying for...
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TruckinVapor wrote:

Hybrid,
It's imperative that you get a stable resistance for TC to work correctly. Fluctions in a cold/base line resistance as low as 0.1 ohms can lead to over a 100° discrepancy and the major cause of mods reverting to wattage mod.



I see! It's so much information... Haha

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So, here are some photos of the build. Sorry for the poor camera quality!
Note, the build is from 2 days ago and I didn't vape a lot.