retird

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  1. My pods usually last about 2 weeks at best but there are variables, such as juice make-up, number of ml's vaped each day, wattage setting, and etc, so your pods life will vary depending on variables.. Airflow I set is just barely open but again it depends on what vape you want to achieve...  How your juice wicks in the pod will dictate how many puffs in a row you can get before needing to let the pod wick... Note that I usually vape about 6 ml per day.

    So it really depends on how you vape, what juice you vape, and juice usage per day, and etc.,  as to how long the pod will last... As long as you get the vape you want just use the pod till it needs replacing...  

    Hope this helps.


  2. @skineedog, really not much call for a 400 watt device (4 cell li-po DNA250C)..... I know of no one vaping anywhere near 400 watts...... but if you desire a 4 cell li-po 250C there are very few that I've seen....  here is one that comes to mind....  

    https://gingervaper.com/product/boxer-mod-classic-dna250c-2000mah-lipo-with-evolv-dna250c-temperature-control/

    As far as I know there are no prototype cases anywhere available to purchase... never has been as far as I know........


  3. Simple to set up really....  0.25 pod is for DL (direct lung) inhale and 0.50 pod is for MTL (mouth to lung) inhale.  Connect the device to EScribe and you can see the settings, change them and upload them.  Also you can use the Device Monitor to see what the device is doing....

    The instructions are detailed enough to use the Replay button, fire button, lock and unlock, and etc.  This device was made to be user friendly and easy to have replay.  The device automatically detects which pod is attached.  The 1.0 ohm pod used on the Orion Q is not designed for use on the Orion.  

    Here is a video review,.... may help ya out....  that's it in a nutshell without making this a long post...

     


  4. Check all your profiles and make sure all are set to F or to C, whichever one you use...  The sometime change in profiles without reason may be bouncing to non-TC from TC  due to atty or wire issues and the switching fro C to F may be due to not setting all profiles to either C or to F.  Best guess I have from the limited information you give...

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  5. 11 hours ago, zark said:

    In order to get an answer to the question why an Ohm lock, you need to understand the difference between thermal control materials and non-thermal control materials. Thermocontrol materials significantly change the resistance when heated, so for such materials it is desirable to lock cold resistance in any mode of operation.

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    Not really desirable to lock ohms but whatever works for you is what you should do....  lots of posts on this subject if you want to google them here....

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  6. As far as I know the DNA has no way of knowing your nicotine level nor how many ml of liquid you use per day (or how much is used with each puff) and I guess you could also use different nicotine levels during the day if you have juices of different nick levels or absence of nick.  You could manually measure your ML usage, it's nick level, track the number of puffs and build a spreadsheet for that data.....


  7. The Q pods are not designed to use on the Orion but some use them... I think they adjust the watts, boost and warmth but from what I'm told they won't work very well and they don't Replay on the Orion at all..... I don't use them on the Orion.  Maybe someone that has used the Q pods on the Orion can pop in and provide some first hand info....  previous version of software will make no difference.....  I hid your duplicate  post.... no need to post multiple posts.... welcome to the forum....