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    Efusion DNA 200

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  1. They're the same preheat type, just slightly different ways of adjusting it. You can show both on the same screen in your theme and you'll see that adjusting the punch changes the preheat temp (by about 8-9°C per step).
  2. I think this is normal, they just show the last resistance.
  3. Sounds like either a bad connection somewhere as VapingBad says or possibly that your mesh isn't really SS. I've used the profile with 2 different 316 meshs on a 75C, it works no problem.
  4. What you are allowed to set on the mod depends on the theme you're using, I think the default theme allows you to change the normal 'day to day' setting s like wattage, temperature, boost settings (I can't remember as I didn't use the default theme much, I dived straight in and made my own theme as soon as I built my first 75C based mod). I don't remember if the default theme allows you to change things like material or replay enable in a profile, my theme certainly doesn't allow to set those but those are things I will set once and probably never change.
  5. That's right dude, if you go into escribe you can change the name of them and set them to something more useful FOR YOU. So you might, for example, rename profile 1 to be named "Goon" and set that profile's material to SS (or whatever you material you use in your goon), rename profile 2 to "RDTA" and set it's material to whatever you use in your RDTA, then when you upload them to your mod those are the profile names that will be displayed instead of the default profile names watts, watt boost, etc.
  6. You can access them on the mod itself, you can also change most settings for each profile on the mod. Escribe allows you to rename the profiles to suit you (for example naming each one for a particular atty)and will also allow you to change some profile settings which might not be available in your mod's theme, like the coil material or whether it's a temp controlled profile. Also, to clarify, you don't need to create profiles, the device has 8 profiles, if I remember rightly they're named after common materials by default, you just need to rename them and set them up to suit your purpos
  7. Just move the cursor to the profile name, press select (middle button), up/down to scroll through the profiles then select when you on the one you want.
  8. Like Wayneo says, try different cables, I've seen mine do this (tries to start charging then says nope) with a cable that isn't up to the charging current.
  9. I don't know why it should be limited like that. I just uploaded my theme, it isn't the prettiest but it allows you to adjust preheat punch or preheat temp and shows how one directly affects the other, feel free to try it (I don't have a 250C but I'm assuming it'll be compatible). https://forum.evolvapor.com/files/file/860-carbon-fibre_dna75c_v10ecigtheme/
  10. Version 1.0


    A simple theme with bold bright text.
  11. Punch adjusts the preheat offset from the set temp. For example my temp is set at 218°C, if I set punch to 11 then preheat temp gets set to 212°C and for every 1 I reduce the punch the preheat temp drops by 8 or 9°C (I have them both shown on the preheat screen on my theme), so if I set punch to all the way down 1 then preheat drops down to 129°C. Not sure why yours is so low.
  12. As Wayneo says, you'll taste your juice better if you reduce the final ramp up speed. Your device monitor shows you need about 40 watts to maintain temperature for your draw, so maybe set power around 50 - 60 watts (experiment with it) and preheat to 155, then mess around with the punch value. If you set power and/or punch too low you'll probably notice a little spitback (as you'll be drawing while the juice is just starting to boil but not full got going yet), too high and you'll miss out on some flavour.
  13. I think they're the perfect size, a big screen would restrict mod design as you'd either have to make them fat or you'd have to put the board and screen on the side rather than the front.
  14. I think I ended up adjusting a graph from some other wire, can't remember. Would've been less hassle if the increased temp limit actually worked though, it seems bugged.
  15. I can confirm the same. I was thinking about temp limiting for cleaning SS coils a while back (more for interest than necessity) so I raised the limit to 400°C, I could now set 400C on the mod but it would still stop at 315C anyway.
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