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#1 (permalink)      4/26/2019 10:00:53 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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What is the amount of current and supply voltage?
Hello to all! Only output wattage is indicated in the product. What is the amount of current and supply voltage?

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The battery supplies 4.2 to 3.3 volts and the current is limited by the resistance, so the power max. is more meaningful in this instance, but reg mods don't work like a mech so it's difficult to say what exact V or I for a given resistance. At the battery end though you can calculate it using steam-engine.org.
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asherik wrote:

Hello to all! Only output wattage is indicated in the product. What is the amount of current and supply voltage?



I am using with this mod 0.15-0.20 Ohm coils without any issues.

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I think, asheriks question is:
which battery should I use?
Answer: if you use possible 0.15 Ohms:
Amps = Volts / Ohms = 4.2/0.15 = 28 Amps battery.

A lot of the batteries are limited to 10 Amps:
Watts = Volts x Amps = 4.2 x 10 = 42 Watts.
Most of the users use less than 42 Watts.
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It's limited to 50W so even if you have a 0.1 ohm build, it will be 50W.
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Do we know that's what the 50 watts means? I always thought Eleaf decided that they had to call it something and picked 50, like an ACME 5000. I think it behaves like a mech with protections.
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wuwei.ap wrote:

It's limited to 50W so even if you have a 0.1 ohm build, it will be 50W.


Yes, but mod specifications say: minimum 0.15 Ohm.
But this is a very good point for beginners to understand regulated mods:
If you adjust e.g. 30 Watts, there will be no big difference if you do that with a 0.15 Ohm coil or a 1.2 Ohm coil, you get the adjusted 30 Watts.
This subohm-talking is only related to mech mods.

But now we have perhaps a new discussion:
should I put into a 30 Watt regulated mod a high-ohm coil to get better flavour,
or a low-ohm coil to get fast reaction,
or just the same 30 Watts coil which I use in my SS mech mod?

Or is the copper SMPL perhaps the best choice: fast heat up and good flavour with 0.45mm SS.

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Sorry, I did not read this is a non-regulated mod.
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I think the best way to approach it is find the ohms that you like best on a mech and stick to that. When using regulated mods adjust the watts to get the same preferred vape. Doing it like that lets you swap attys between regulated and mechs seamlessly.
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gph61 wrote:

I think the best way to approach it is find the ohms that you like best on a mech and stick to that. When using regulated mods adjust the watts to get the same preferred vape. Doing it like that lets you swap attys between regulated and mechs seamlessly.


That is the way how I do it since a lot of years, it works very good.
I dont change atties between mods, all my combinations are married.

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Heh, I have a few builds, but they stay the same with only minor tweaks on the coil side. And I do swap around all the time.