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  1. Well I think I found the problem. The positive wires on the 510 appear to be breaking. Think this one is going to get shelved, until I get my soldering gear back.
    2 points
  2. @zark wrote -> This phrase made me think that I was mistaken when entering room temperature when analyzing the case. I re-analyzed the case and now the mod does not heat up above 55 ° C even when vaping while charging. Most likely, the analysis of the case is a very important factor in the fight against overheating of the board. I think you're mistaken comrade. Your mod never overheated after you made that error (Room temp value higher than it really was). It just thought it did. Think about that, it's a much longer reply if you don't understand why I would say that.
    2 points
  3. Ouch, hopefully you get it. I got one form VapinArt in the US for $185, then found the second one of ebay for $75. lol Couple of new pics: The other one, tooks some fall damage, but it's still in pretty good shape, for being my DD, for about 2-3 years.
    1 point
  4. I was able to run the mod after cleaning the contacts, with out getting a low battery warning, but I was raising an eyebrow at the .5 volt drop, which lead me to investigating. I also did some more scrubbing on my other one, and I was able to get the other one's voltage drop down to 0.36, with the same cell. They are both wired the same. After looking at both of these as in-depth as I have, I think I could probably get the Voltage drop lower, by Adding a ground point between the 510 and the upper case, and re routing the battery negative to directly attach to the upper half. Both mods that I will do when I get access to my tools again. Here is a couple more beauty shots, from when I converted them to DNA 60's for ya. Edit: Wish I knew, why the forum, keeps trying to grab stuff from my clipboard, when I am dragging and dropping images from a folder. lol
    1 point
  5. It utilizes a chassie ground through one of the two screws, that hold the two half's together. Eventually I intend to mod the it with a spacer between the two half's and tube insert for the battery compartment, so it will run on 21700's. When I do that, I might see about running a separate ground to the the top half of the mod. But I still need to figure out what material I want to use for the spacer and solve the issue of most of my tools and stuff being in another country. lol
    1 point
  6. How is the battery ground connected to the board?
    1 point
  7. The battery was fully charged, firing at 22 watts on a 1.6 ohm coil. I was getting about 0.8-1.0 of voltage drop, before cleaning the contact points. After cleaning: Imgur link, incase the uploaded photo breaks: https://i.imgur.com/5VQ9Udf.png When I re did the mod with the DNA 60 Board, I used all new wire following the specs in the evolve DNA 60 data sheet. The wire used, was the Ölflex Silicone wire sold by modmaker. That's about half of what I'm getting. What type of wire are you running for your coil. I'm using 3mm, 8 wrap, 28awg Kanthal A1 coil at 1.6 ohms. I've tried the same coil in both my Kayfun Prime and my Cthulhu 1928. Also, is your DNA 60, one of the new ones or did you convert one of the older DNA 40 models to a DNA 60?
    1 point
  8. It is high as the popup showed. So what did you do, or what's in that field now? What do you mean? Where have you set this? Case Analyzer - Yes it can, but nothing too great. Battery Analyzer is really cosmetic for your icon or % to be more accurate
    1 point
  9. @zark comrade, sure, I can understand that (what you wrote). Now both your board and room temps are more realistic, and I believe you can see those in °C.
    1 point
  10. Here is my XvoStick with Samsung 20S firing at 35 watts.
    1 point
  11. Эта фраза навела меня на мысль, что я ошибся при вводе комнатной температуры при анализе корпуса. Я повторно провел анализ корпуса и теперь мод не нагревается выше 55°С даже при вейпинге во время зарядки. Скорее всего анализ корпуса есть очень важным фактором в борьбе с перегревом доски. Мне стыдно и смешно от собственной глупости, я своими руками убивал свой мод!
    1 point
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