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#1 (permalink)      10/24/2019 5:03:29 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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More mah, less ampage!
Think I'll stick with my 40T's. But these would be perfect for the MTL vaper, vaping around the 20watt range.
CJ hards say Vape long & prosper!!
#2 (permalink)      10/25/2019 3:38:55 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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cjhards wrote:

Think I'll stick with my 40T's. But these would be perfect for the MTL vaper, vaping around the 20watt range.


Indeed it is. I've used one for quite a while now.

Remember though, that with regulated mods, the amperage draw on the battery used increases as the battery voltage drops. One needs to bear that in mind when calculating whether this 10amp battery is right for the way you vape.

It's twelve inches long, but don't use it as a rule...
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To follow up on what analogueman wrote: To calculate the amp draw, use an Ohm's calculator (e.g. Steam engine's) and lock in the voltage of your device's cut-off voltage and set the amp draw to 10A (this battery's max) and see how many watts you can safely draw.

For example, with a cut off voltage at 3.2V, maximum wattage would be 32 watts (although a margin for safety/performance would probably put it below 30W). If you have a dual battery mod (series mod) you can double that number, in this example it'd be 64 watts.

Apparently there's a 50E2 around as well, which performs slightly better, according to Battery God, aka Mooch.