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I'm a bit curious as to why there seems to be a discrepancy between TC and Watts on the Crown III 0.25Ohm Parallel SS316 Coil. According to UWell the coil is recommended at 80W-90W in non-TC mode. My TC is set to cap at 600F. I'm currently using the coil in TC mode w/ an 80W punch @ 2sec set to 535F and while it jumps to 80W pre-heat when firing that immediately falls off to 40W (give or take a couple watts as it pulses) to maintain the 535F temp setting. The materials curve is for straight SS316 (not 316L). If this is correct - then what temp would this thing be running at if I switched it over to Wattage mode and set it to 80W continuous? Also, why the huge discrepancy?
Hi everyone, I just got my first DNA device today (Therion 166)! I also picked up a Crown 3 to put on top as the my other tank doesn't have a SS coil option. I've been having a lot of trouble getting temp control to work correctly. There are other threads about the same topic here and on r/electronic_cigarette. I've read those, and nothing has worked yet. The Crown 3 comes with two coils, both are called "SUS316 Parallel Coil - rated for 80-90W". No idea what in the world "SUS316" is. Anyways, I don't think temperature control is working right. I have to turn up the temperature to about 600F at 90 watts to get a decent hit. I've tried both the default SS316 profile that's built into Escribe, and a CSV that I generated on steam-engine using all the correct settings. Both are about the same. I've also tried an SS304 and 316L CSV, and they're all pretty much the same. The coils work fantastically in regular wattage mode. I did build an SS316L coil and put that in my Gemini RTA and it worked just fine. Does anyone have any ideas? I'd really appreciate anything, because as it sits I'm looking at a wasted $30 and I'll have to go buy something else.