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#21 (permalink)      11/28/2016 12:54:38 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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bia76 wrote:

I'm really confused now:(. I bought Samsung 30q. Does someone tell me the max watt and AMP i can use with those batteries without any risk of explosion please?



The 30q's will work fine same as the 25R's.. Just relax and wait for the mailman.. I have both and never had a problem.. These people are arguing about the vape time before recharging.. Nothing more.. The pico will be safe with either..

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bia76 wrote:

I'm really confused now:(. I bought Samsung 30q. Does someone tell me the max watt and AMP i can use with those batteries without any risk of explosion please?



The 30Q are fine under 20 Amps.

You'll have to look up Ohms Law yourself,
while there is a someone maliciously reporting posts and a moderator who can't be bothered checking if a post actually contains any advertisement.

The Pico will not be safe with 30Q if you push the power too high or use really low resistance.


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right...I will use my pico with a serpent mini and these precoiled SKU 4271302
#25 (permalink)      11/28/2016 1:24:08 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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bia76 wrote:

right...I will use my pico with a serpent mini and these precoiled SKU 4271302



And probably hitting it at 50 watts or less.. I don't see much more than that.. I might go to 30 or 35 watts on the serpent mini over than the vape gets to hot for my taste..

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#27 (permalink)      11/28/2016 1:30:02 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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bia76 wrote:

right...I will use my pico with a serpent mini and these precoiled SKU 4271302



0.65±0.05ohm

The 30Q should be fine to 60W.

Beyond that, there will be minor long term damage to capacity which which will shorten their useful vaping life.

The 30Q are good batteries

You should find the sites with the good info & bookmark them.

Wylie's link is very good, but the moderator seems to think it advertising.


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johnny_469 wrote:

Why even mention 25r cells? They're obsolete. 30q cells have the same amp rating and 500mAh more.Also, Picos automatically limit the current if the vdrop is too extreme for your power cell. Any 20A CDR cell is technically sufficient for them, even @75W.


The 30Qs available to me locally are definitely rated lower than the 25R, 15A vs 20A continuous.