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  1. 3 points
    Not having things in my hand, this is only a guess. From what you're describing I'd say the 510 on your mod is the culprit. If you can, make sure the center pin of the 510 on the mod has some free travel and isn't sticking "down" or otherwise too far down in the connector.
  2. 2 points
    Thanks for help, it’s the strangest thing, I unscrewed the torque screws looked at the 510, nothing looked bad, so I put back together, now it all works 👍 , oh well I’m not complaining. Cheers
  3. 2 points
    3 Torx screws and you get easy access to the entire 510 assembly. I think if you look/measure the length of threading on your atty's you might find one is longer than the others that could have started this issue.
  4. 2 points
    How about a ZNA 60! Took a new old stock ZNA clone, installed the 60, drilled a hole in the bottom for a USB post, wired it up for Escribe access w/o charging. I also upgraded that darn crappy screw adjustable 510 by drilling out the top cap so I can drop the 510 in and lock it down with a set screw from the side, I used one of the VariTube V1 510's, they have always worked well for me. I have three more of these new old stock ZNA clones on my bench but I don't know if I want to build any more of them. I also put a 60 with the data/charge board in one of the Hana V4 mods. Don't have any pics of mine which is the same blue as John la's above, these pics are just some I grabbed off the net to give you and idea what the V4 looks like. I have one more of these waiting on my bench for another 60 build. Bought a pair of them that were new old stock, there was a fellow (zbbmods) on ebay who was selling left over stock from Hana after they closed their doors. I really like this tiny and light V4, and it really works well.
  5. 2 points
    Ok. So have you verified it's an authentic board? Once escribe has started, click the 'get information' button, it will open a web page. If you've gotten that far, back in escribe, click the 'Theme' button/tab. Are those in Chinese? If yes, save the 2 logo's if you want. Now you have a choice. You can either load the entire evolv defaults which is pretty quick (just click "default theme') OR, in Theme Designer, up at 'Options' 'Language' choose English, then 'upload setting to mod'. Let me know how that works out.
  6. 2 points
    You didn't mention what the wire material is, if TC wire resistance when heated is going to be higher yet. I'd guess that you are hitting the maximum voltage output of the board.
  7. 2 points
    Welcome to the forum, as a small incentive I've made something simple for you: my_default_dark-VW.ecigtheme You can modify it, share it, or keep it exclusively for yourself, but remember what Wayneo wrote: "If you were to decide to publish it for others, just give credit to the original theme author." my_default_dark-VW2.ecigtheme Another version with better displayed monitor in the Puff-Info-Screen, so the space for graphics is already at the end and there is little room for further changes ... (my english is awful - translated by google)
  8. 1 point
    Got a new Drone 2 weeks ago, and also own a Phobia. Running it with simple round SS304 dual coil wich gives me 0.111Ω. TC and Replay working fine. So, dual coil and/or material is not an issue. Also its not a problem of the atty. But I have a PulseX with a "fancy" Alien SS316L dual coil (0.214Ω) where Replay is also not working, not giving me the "SAVE" option on the display. So I guess its the complex wire which creates the problem with Replay. @drjohnson61 When you do Replay, do you run it in SS316L mode or do you switch to Watt as material ? Because Replay combined with TC is a mess, as they work against each other, because TC tries to calculate the optimum Temp/Watts, and at the same time Replay tries to recreate the last saved puff. So try to run Replay with Wattage, or TC without Replay. Replay is NOT TC ! So use only one of them at the same time. Lots of people are getting confused with this. I did this in the beginning too, as I thought it would be "common sense" to use the correct material and then use Replay on it. But in practice its counterproductive. Hope this helps to solve your problem. If not, then maybe try a simple wire. Also the source of the problem could be your low resistance. The official manual is not very clear on this, but I found a review where these numbers are mentioned (related to the DNA250C chip): Min Kanthal Resistance: 0.1ohm Min Temperature Resistance: 0.08ohm So your 0.058Ω is out of that range. But I wonder why you don't get a "Ohm too low" message... Did you try this atty on a different mod ?
  9. 1 point
    Hi, from my own experience come together three things that the replay function does not like each one: - complex wire (fused clapton) - Dual coil - very, very low impedance In your setup I almost doubt that the TC-Mode delivers reproducible results ... But, as indicated at the beginning - it's just a guess! What is it like to take out one coil and steam as a single coil? Next step would be a simple wire as a single coil, then as a dual coil. Limit the sources of error. (Translated with Google translator")
  10. 1 point
    Thanks for the input. I didn't get a chance to do another escribe monitor, but I did replace the battery. So far so good. Even though I know it's a bad battery now, I've attached some pictures of the old one just because. Thanks again.
  11. 1 point
    Гораздо проще создать профили для каждого атомизатора в EScribe suite с названием испарителя, потом просто выбирать нужный профиль
  12. 1 point
    I believe that you trouble shot it well and as you probably figure it's most likely a bad board. They are real good about taking good care of their customers.
  13. 1 point
    In escribe, go to Mod -> Atomizers and change the 'Max resistance' value to 0.4 for the old .25(DL) settings
  14. 1 point
    I'd say it's time for a new battery.
  15. 1 point
    Are the voltage readings during firing or at Idle. Also instead of posting battery percentage it would be better to post standing voltage as percentage is just an estimate. But it's the voltage during firing that I'm interested in. In my snip where the red arrow is pointing it says 3.47 volts when I hoover my mouse there. This is firing at 45 watts for 1 second then 35 watts on single 18650.
  16. 1 point
    IMHO none of us here are battery experts, but this post by a very senior moderator had the similar thought process as mine. A quick 'search' found it. https://forum.evolvapor.com/topic/69584-vapecige-vtbox250/?do=findComment&comment=924036 P.S I couldn't tell English was not your native language. (tresse a dessouder in french) <- desoldering braid.
  17. 1 point
    After these problems started did you ever check if cell 1 was draining and charging in a balanced manner? Or after a day if cell 1 had drained some? Which efusion? If the JST connector (white connector the battery plugs into) is soldered to the board, I'd replace it after cleaning up around the solder points. On my efusion Duo, it's easy to get at the LiPo which is behind a removable side panel. I'd probably replace from the to the board itself up to and including the JST connector. Not easy to get at the board itself.
  18. 1 point
    @Odysseus seems I kicked the hornets nest 😉 At least this thread is active again, hehe
  19. 1 point
    Had this, my problem was that my ohms reading wasnt stable. Had to open everything up on my rda, let it sit on water for a day then clean it troughtfully. After that i wicked it SPACED COIL, and voila, working as a charm
  20. 1 point
    Hey guys, figured what the problem was, i was having really unstable ohm's readings. Disassembled my atomizer cleaned it thoroughly and now it works flawlessly, thanks a lot for the support.
  21. 1 point
    As posted in the other thread you asked this question.... multiple posts are not necessary and can confuse... https://www.google.com/search?q=dna+250c&rlz=1C1CHBF_enUS840US840&oq=dna+250c&aqs=chrome..69i57j0j35i39l2j0l2.5037j0j8&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8
  22. 1 point
    Finally able to get my profile unity connected to the mod without breaking the coil. I adjusted the 510 positive pin on the atty. Make it shorter. Then, disassembled the mod. Insulate the the whole wire that comes from the battery to the board with the insulation tape. And wrapped the bottom of the 510 connector together with the wire that goes to the board with the insulation tape. And make sure both wires (one from the battery to the board, and one from 510 to the board) are at distance. Looks good so far. This is what happen before the modification -->
  23. 1 point
    I upgraded these old Hana box's. I found a 3D printed sled at Shapeways & fitted the box with a 20700! It fit perfect with no mods to the case at all! Battery life is great with the Sanyo B I wanted to upgrade the door from screws to magnets, but never got around to it
  24. 1 point
    Are you running the latest approved version of EScribe? You might try installing the INT version from this link https://www.evolvapor.com/products/dna250color Scroll down to EScribe Suite..... Select INT version
  25. 0 points
    Point is - with 510 connected across "OUT" and "GND" pads - multimeter shows Resistance correctly - however eScribe and board show no Resistance - "Check Atomiser". Double and triple checked Grounding - both B- and GND pads continuity checked - board powers up - Escribe sees it - so B+ is ok . . . Reads voltage on Battery ok . . Opened a Ticket now . . . Hopefully the boards' not Borked ! Photos at : No resistance
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