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  1. 2 hours ago, Chef Ginger Pants said:

    Im on a 75C, didn't think I could use the one on the site... but seems to be working thanks!

    If because it says DNA200, well at the time the 200 was the only board to use EScribe.......then he others came along. Even though it says DNA200 it is for all the Escribe capable boards with the exception of the Go board.

  2. If still having issues with screen connect mod to EScribe. At top left of EScribe select "Help" tab then "About EScribe, the Evolv logo will appear in the center of your screen. Click on the logo 5 times and then open :Device Monitor. You will now have considerably more information on the left side. Look for "Screen Disconnects", if other than zero then the screen is not connecting properly for whatever reason (improperly in socket, bad ribbon, ect) 

    screen disconect.JPG

  3. In Device Monitor check the box for (battery) voltage. While firing note what the voltage drops down to. If dropping below 3.1 volts then not enough power is being supplied to the board. 

    This could be low  charge on battery, poor battery or bad connections from battery to battery sled connectors.....ect.

    You should have no problem achieving 30 watts with correct power input. 

    Edit: I'm assuming that Relay is off on above graph.

  4. The Forum's software does a reasonable job of translating. Right click on the post and select "Translate to XXXX" If it says it is unable select "Options" and the the known language or unknown.

    See if that works for you.


    Die Software des Forums leistet angemessene Übersetzungsarbeit. Klicken Sie mit der rechten Maustaste auf den Beitrag und wählen Sie "In XXXX übersetzen". Wenn Sie die Meldung erhalten, dass der Beitrag nicht verfügbar ist, wählen Sie "Optionen" und die bekannte oder unbekannte Sprache. Sehen Sie, ob das bei Ihnen funktioniert.

  5. Then there's this, if you are only using one and are keeping the batteries fully charged in the other 7 then your batteries life will get shorter. Removing them from a mod when not in use is probably best. The voltage on a cell being stored is best kept at around 3.6 volts.

  6. What I see is the coil material isn't changing resistance when heated. It might be Kanthal or Nichrome  and that is not TC capable. Sometimes due to poor connections between the board and coil there is enough resistance change to trigger the Save Puff,  but this is pretty  much by  accident and not by design.

    Try using Stainless Steel mesh/wire.

  7. What you have there is the limit of the cells. The output is never going to be higher than the battery voltage (under load). You have a couple of choices, build closer to .2 ohms. The other choice would be using 30 amp CDC cells like Samsung 20S. these would get you up around 135 watts on a charged set of 30 amp cells.

    ( You are really pushing those HG2s and 30Qs too hard)

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  8. 50 minutes ago, gruntus said:

    I got a Paranormal 250C  around 6 months ago and liked it so much that I ordered another last month.  First one has never had a problem, but the new one  has the Error press up issue.  

    I don't know what FW / SP is on the original Paranormal 250C and I guess I need a way to bring that information up.  Kinda afraid to plug it into the laptop. lol

    Firmware version is in the right lower corner of Device Monitor in EScribe

  9. On 1/8/2020 at 12:02 PM, Barendlab said:

    i have change the them on my dna 250c by vaping bogon need the origel them back pleas help

    Very few manufacturers set up their mods properly to where you can reset defaults and end up with how it came out of the box. I'm not sure how Dovpo set up the Odin.

    Generally when "Reset Defaults" is used the board get set to Evolv's default settings not the mod makers.

    One way to get it back to original setting would be to connect it to EScribe on the/a computer that it had been connected to when the desired settings were still on the mod.

    Connect to EScribe and go to the "Help" and choose "backups",  scroll to the one needed, they list the board type and date then upload settings. 

  10. 58 minutes ago, skineedog said:

    Anyone have an idea what would cause a 250C to not turn on until a usb is plugged in? The problem seems to be intermittent but usually occurs after the mod has been sitting for a while. Once plugged in, it powers on and functions fine. After it has sat idle for a while, several hours, it will require being plugged in again.

    https://forum.evolvapor.com/applications/core/interface/file/attachment.php?id=235932 (US)

    https://forum.evolvapor.com/applications/core/interface/file/attachment.php?id=235933 (INT)

    Some folks have reported good results with this firmware, I'm thinking more is going on other tan a fw problem but just my thoughts.

    Paste the fw in your fw folder during the fw update process . Or Appdata/Roaming/Evolv/EScribe Suite/Firmware/DNA Color 250