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I refuse to go below 0.5 ohms
Because 8.31 Amps is plenty. IMO anything higher is ludicrous I made sure my batts were fused first
Here's my .2 Ohm build I did with 24 gauge nichrome. So far I've only powered it with a 44A flat cell, but at some point I'll have a variable output mod I can use to power it. Works good at what, 60 Watts. That's too much really. I'm sure it will work a lot better at 40W when I have a mod to power it more reasonably.
You fellas have me wanting to build a mod soooooo bad! I only have ego twists and an MVP 2, so I guess I'm still a NooB. I'm glad I found this site though, it's taught me a ton of stuff I've been looking for. Maybe one day I'll catch up.
I'll have to play around with a twisted wire coil. I'll keep it at .5 or above.
Some guy on reddit the other day posted a video of him vaping a .09 ohm coil (yes, you read that right, 9 hundredths of an ohm) with VTC4s, saying that they have a pulse of 80 A so he should be good. He didnt want to listen to anyone about safety,Sometimes people are idiots.
Temperature: The more heat the wire generates, the more resistance it will create.68°F (20°C), Factor 1.00212°F (100°C), Factor 1.00392°F (200°C), Factor 1.01572°F (300°C), Factor 1.01752°F (400°C), Factor 1.02932°F (500°C), Factor 1.031112°F (600°C), Factor 1.041292°F (700°C), Factor 1.041472°F (800°C), Factor 1.051652°F (900°C), Factor 1.051832°F (1000°C), Factor 1.062012°F (1100°C), Factor 1.062192°F (1200°C), Factor 1.062372°F (1300°C), Factor 1.06
I built a 0.09 ohm set up today. I usually run a 0.12 but wanted to try something different I use Samsung 25r batteries and LG 25a battery. Haven't had any issues and been vaping on it all day.
Welcome to the forum.Things have changed radically in the vape world since this topic on sub ohms was posted.With temperature control devices a super sub ohm coil is the norm. But I still would be cautious using it on a battery only setup.