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  1. Klipscher

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    Thanks, yes I didn't understand that one either. I always ask for permission to post these files and Ryan (RBT) was fine with it. He just never responded to request for material type. In one of his video he was asked about and he stated was a trade secret. Best I was able trace down was a link to manufacture he posted as source for SS mesh. Here is the link looks like they only sell SS in 304 ,316, and 430 grades. I did most of the testing on splinter/splinterZ before last service pack in Nov. with version V.1 V.2 now of splinter need go back and update the files. Not on here as much as FC forum so free look me up there too if you like . https://www.mcmaster.com/wire-mesh-filters
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    Yep that is the problem in a nutshell so far been trying to correct it by adjusting the material file. The simplest solution would be to add 70 to 100 degrees. RBT splinter and splinterZ manufacturer considers the grade of SS he uses as a trade secret so files based on trying out different SS material files and deciding on what worked best. The elite and iheat use 316 the stempod uses 316L. Theres so many things affect the vapor temperature even changing the screens and stems effect outcome. The whole purpose of these files are to get the average user up and vaping with there new device. Trying to make it easy as possible and as close as possible to correct temperatures for most user. I do like the suggested ideal of using TCR . Advance user that wants to get best experience should determine there own TCR is sound advice . Most members over on FC are not coming from e-cig backgrounds and this is first Mods they owned. The ideal of just downloading a profile is apealing but with all the variables maybe not the best way. This is a ongoing learning experience for me with this tech so I'm really thankful for your help Wayneo.
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    Thanks, yes I didn't think it was a good ideal either to increase cold OHM. Sadly that will increase the temperature output and have seen the suggestion offered as a solution. I figured you have kindly taken time to help I would ask what other methods are possible. Also does the mod resistance setting effect TC in anyway? Working with lil bud elite and do I not know the mods resistance value. Any suggestion on best way to determine this. My gut feeling is it be around .002 since doesn't have a 510 connection but that's a just a best guess? I know these question are not normal ones you encounter and really thank you for assisting. Many of our forum members have jumped on the DNA chips and enjoy the performance these bring with the our devices. I will remove the reference too 316 to avoid the confusion on these files.
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    I think got most the DJLSB files from this link (been awhile) but if theres a problem with files I will remove them.
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    The reason why using muti 316 files is I'm working with 5 different 510 devices. They all use different SS coils have different airflow use different distance from SS material in them. There's also the way DNA and DNAc chips respond differently to these device and material file. Decided I would store the SS files on here that way if other members wanted to try out other material there was a place to access the files. So rereading your post suggest that using TCR values might be a better solution? Just trying get the temperatures to match display. Other than changing material file and increasing the cold OHMS is there other ways to adjust this ? One of the device's is a combo of a DNA75c directly wire to a SS316 mesh coil. Without knowing mod resistance on it could that setting affect temperature output? From my understanding it based off of SS316L the only one I see he currently list are 316L for the 75c. http://www.djlsbvapes.com/evolvdna/ Working on trying to get as close to a accurate temperature display when using dry vaporizing. More than open to suggestion on the best ways to reach this goal. The stock SS316 runs cold and using a warmer running material files is a option to bring temperature readout closer to correct. According to DJLSB video the SS material files included in ecsribe for DNAc are way off. In our use seeing temperature that are way too low compare to actual temperature of vapor produced. Using the the stock profiles just isn't working so open to ideals? In below video it's discusses at the 1 hour 13 min point.
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    Great so your saying the SS setting have been fixed since the original video? Don't really understand the defense type response? I link to a file and video discussing issues from his site and somehow it has nothing to do with him? if the stock SS material settings worked I wouldn't be asking or needing to adjust these files. I'm just trying help out members of our community with a workaround. Sadly the stock SS material running below what temperature on device shows. It runs on the cold side with these devices. Comparing our results to DJLSB video we are seeing about the same difference in temperature readout noted in the video. What would be your suggestion then to fix issue for us?
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    From my understanding it based off of SS316L the only one I see he currently list are 316L for the 75c. http://www.djlsbvapes.com/evolvdna/ Working on trying to get as close to a accurate temperature display when using dry vaporizing. More than open to suggestion on the best ways to reach this goal. The stock SS316 runs cold and using a warmer running material files is a option to bring temperature readout closer to correct. According to DJLSB video the SS material files included in ecsribe for DNAc are way off. In our use seeing temperature that are way too low compare to actual temperature of vapor produced. Using the the stock profiles just isn't working so open to ideals? In below video it's discusses at the 1 hour 13 min point.
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    Yes the 19/19 are 3mm additional distance from the coil. The material file used in it runs tad warmer. Part of the reason they cool well is due to that distance. Both will work and do suggest trying both. With the 19/22 you can use use a higher temperature.
  9. Klipscher

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    If you go into theme designer and go to the screen the temperature is displayed on. Click on the temperature and you will see a option to update well firing.
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    Version 3.2.6

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    These files are for dry vape devices only. I recommend using the international version of Escribe. Please load as file not as a theme open escribe then open settings from file . These files are in the drop down download menu instead of in text area unlike most files. Custom profiles and tweaks to escribe settings have been made. A assortment of custom SS materials is also preloaded. Be sure to adjust with your mods resistance settings. If unsure use of the mod resistance use these settings (0.004) The case thermal analyzer should be run for best performance on your DNA mods. The below files include the case thermals for mod there based on. Other mods user should run this test. DNA250 download is based off a Wismec Reuleaux DNA250 . Profiles for iheat, Splinter/ SplinterZ and Stempod dry atomizers. Along with custom settings to puff time etc. Included is a custom FC theme in the DNA250 download DNA250 Profiles contain the material cvs and setting. iheatDNA.ecigprofile SplinterDNA.ecigprofile SplinterZDNA.ecigprofile StempodDNA.ecigprofile DNA250c based off a Lost Vape Paranormal DNA250c use with 2 battery mods DNA75c based off elite The maxs output temperature is set to 465 in this file Maxs puff time 20 seconds If you need to go above the 465 degree mod safety cutoff in the DNAc you will need to increase maxs output temperature setting. These files have have profiles with custom setting for the Imp, iheat, stempod, splinter/ splinterZ. Once you install these files you can change the themes with out lossing these settings. DNA250c Profiles contain the material cvs and setting. Load as a profile please be sure to have room in active material files these upload a custom material and if material full it won't install correct material. Delate nickel or one of others first. If using an older SplinterZ with the newer 19/19 stems replace the material file with splinter material csv file. Stempod.ecigprofile SplinterDNAc.ecigprofile iheatDNAc.ecigprofile SplinterZDNAc.ecigprofile IMPDNAc.ecigprofile Material Files Splinter.csv iheat.csv Cool.csv Warm.csv Hot.csv DNA_FCTHEME.ecigtheme test.ecigtheme Elitetester.ecigprofile Hcigar75c.ecig EliteDNA75c.ecig DNA75.ecig