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  1. Figured it out, posting my solution here in case it helps anyone. So, because the 1 ohm pods aren't supported on the orion or orion plus by default, anyone who wants to use them has to change one of their atomizers to accept the 1 ohm pods. When I did this, the acceptable range that I (totally arbitrarily) chose was 0.8 - 1.2 ohms. In my experience the cold ohms of the coil tend to err slightly on the high side, usually between 1.0 and 1.1. And when you take a hit, the coil heats up and the resistance increases. So when I was taking a hit, pretty much regardless of the power I had set, th
  2. I've been trying to get the 1 ohm coils to work with my orion plus, but no matter what settings I try, I never get more than ~4 watts of sustained output when looking at the device monitor. Like, I set it to 4 watts (either via the profiles or directly via the device monitor), and I get 4W. I set it to 20W... still get 4W. I've tried changing pretty much every setting I can think of, and nothing seems to help. I've attached a screenshot demonstrating what I'm talking about. I'm at a total loss here, so any help would be extremely appreciated. Can't even get a good hit at the moment.
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