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DIY eJuice / Re: DIY eJuice Mixing
« Last post by vapepenzone on October 24, 2019, 03:21:26 AM »
Some people around the world have been saying that the cloud of uncertainty from vape related lung diseases is not known. Whether Australia or Canada, India, and other countries, affected by the media coverage of recent events in the United States, it's causing a lot of panic for people.

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eJuice Calculator / Re: Grams not displayed
« Last post by Breaktru on October 22, 2019, 08:59:59 AM »
Glad you found the latest version of eJuice Me Up.
I am happy to hear that you like the calculator.
Cheers from New York
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eJuice Calculator / Re: Grams not displayed
« Last post by norwegianvaper on October 22, 2019, 06:40:24 AM »
Sorry, found the update. Thank you for a grate calculator
Cheers from Norway
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eJuice Calculator / Re: Grams not displayed
« Last post by norwegianvaper on October 22, 2019, 06:24:58 AM »
I don`t have the option Gram set under tools. I had it on my previous PC. I have searched for updates, but there are no options.
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Modding / Re: .44 mini Booster Box Mod Variable Voltage
« Last post by Breaktru on September 04, 2019, 02:35:32 PM »

The datasheet for the AD5228 calls for a 1uF to 10uF Electrolytic or Tantalum capacitor. The MLCC cap it a MultiLayer Ceramic Cap. Would that be a problem? ???

I would follow the manufacturers datasheet and go with an Electrolytic or Tantalum.
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Modding / Re: .44 mini Booster Box Mod Variable Voltage
« Last post by faaramin on September 04, 2019, 07:24:50 AM »
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DC-DC converters create a lot of ripple and noise.  The capacitor is needed to keep the supply voltage stable for the pot.  Took me a while to figure out what you meant by "loesr", but now I see that's "low ESR". web hosting The best capacitor to use for that purpose is an MLCC cap.  Use a 1uF.  They are small, inexpensive, and have the lowest ESR of any general purpose capacitor.

The capacitor needs to be connected as close as possible to the pot leads, both power and ground which are pins 8 and 4 on the pot in your drawing.  You may or may not have a problem without one,domain registration but it's standard practice to add a .1 to 1uF cap at the power and ground pins for any chip that uses digital logic. 

Cell phone batteries are typically 1C.seo  They are probably the most hazardous batteries you could use to power an atomizer except maybe those 3.2V CR2 Li-Ions, those are horrible too.  They're not designed for the drain currents you would see with an atomizer.  I've seen lots of people talk about using cell phone batteries and even actually attempt it.hosting  If you use a flat LiPo cell, it should be at least 10C and must at least have short circuit protection.  Just use an IMR cell.  Those are the safest ones for our purposes.

Digital inputs from tactile switches typically need to be "debounced".  I don't know about that chip, it may have debouncing already built into the switch inputs, but that's normally something that needs to be considered.renoyadak  Switch contacts make a lot of noise when opening and closing that digital inputs mistake for multiple switch activations.  You usually have the option of debouncing in software or hardware with MCUs, but with that one, you can only hardware debounce.

You can try it as wired in the diagram, but if the pot jumps around on you, that's what's causing it.  Hardware debouncing is usually not a big deal, just a matter of two resistors and a capacitor, but since you are trying to minimize part count and it's already known to work without it, should be okay.  Just bringing up the issue of switch debouncing as a matter of practice.




The datasheet for the AD5228 calls for a 1uF to 10uF Electrolytic or Tantalum capacitor. The MLCC cap it a MultiLayer Ceramic Cap. Would that be a problem? ???
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General Discussions / Re: Things I’ve learned……
« Last post by Haileah on July 24, 2019, 06:44:10 PM »
Hi Wayne, I always clean new hardware that is gonna touch the stuff I'm gonna put in my lungs, cheap or not.

It's one more reason why I only deal with rebuildables nowadays. Why pay for a factory coil if I'm gonna have to clean it anyways?


smok scared:

Me too
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General Discussions / Re: Things I’ve learned……
« Last post by sunny2019by on July 24, 2019, 01:21:35 PM »
Hi Wayne, I always clean new hardware that is gonna touch the stuff I'm gonna put in my lungs, cheap or not.

It's one more reason why I only deal with rebuildables nowadays. Why pay for a factory coil if I'm gonna have to clean it anyways?


smok scared:
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DIY eJuice / Re: DIY eJuice Mixing
« Last post by Tameron on July 15, 2019, 06:50:17 PM »
:rockin smiley:Tips for Making Vape Juice
– Test each flavor independently.
– Take advantage of online resources to find as much information as you can about making e-juice.
– Take notes as you experiment with various tastes and flavors.
– When it comes to flavoring, less is more. Using larger amounts of flavor does not always translate to flavorful e-juice.
– Handle nicotine carefully. Keep it out of reach of children and pets.
– Always measure the amounts and proportions of your ingredients. Guesswork will mess up everything.

This is what I learned from an article. And I think it's quite helpful for me. Hope it meets your needs for DIY. You can check here if you're interested: https://www.worldvaping.com/how-to-make-vape-juice/

Great info and welcome to the forum sunny2019.
I've been there when I first started. I kept adding flavoring with no satisfaction. Yes less is more for sure.
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DIY eJuice / Re: DIY eJuice Mixing
« Last post by elzakivis on July 15, 2019, 12:34:23 PM »
Exactly sunny. Thanks for posting so others can benefit.
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