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  1. EScribe battery profile CSV for the iJoy 21700 3750 mAh 40A battery. Couldn't find this anywhere so went ahead and ran the analyzer to create it; hope it helps! For reference, this battery came in right at 10.575 Wh. Per Mooch's tests, recommended maximum sustained input current of 24A, maximum peak input current of 40A, and a cell soft cutoff at or above 2.75V. iJoy 21700 3750 mAh 40A.csv
  2. Atlas Gallivant

    SS 316L Temp Control Issues

    I've been searching for days, trying to figure this out on my own but I can't seem to do it. I've been trying to get SS 316L to work in temp control and it seems to be very difficult. For instance, I will build coils (or use pre-made, I've tried both), and I aim to be somewhere around 0.4-0.5ohms. I lightly dry burn SS 316L at 10watts in a dark room and get all of the hot spots out. I then wick the coil and measure the cold resistance in Escribe. My most recent coil comes in at 0.4 @ 72° room temp, but when I vape the coil, the resistance also rises (I know SS 316L does this), but it will raise or lower from 0.39-0.45 and my mod can't seem to account for this variation correctly. Vapor production quickly declines and flavor mutes. I've tried countless different .csv's but none of them seem to fix the issue. In my most recent build, I will attempt to fire 0.4ohms at 40watts 475° but my mod will usually ask me if I connected a new atomizer at 0.43ohms. If I choose 'no, use old settings' then my vapor is basically non-existant. If I change the resistance to 0.43 then the temp control is all over the place and I will get dry hits. Any advice? Are my builds just crappy/inconsistent? Should I try a material that isn't SS 316L? I've tried spaced coils and they seem to work a bit better, but not by much. Do I need a different .csv? My atomizers are Gas Mods GR1 and B2K. Tha. nks! Edit: I've made sure that my lead connections are extra secure, that's not the problem.
  3. Hi, here i have attached the discharge Profile for the Think Vape Finder 75c with Dual Samsung INR18650 25R 2500mAh Batteries, discharged with 40 Watts. Enjoy the round about 15Wh.Lost Vape Finder 75c_Samsung25r(2p).csv
  4. So far as i know, after i used my dna75 and escribe for a while, the battery profile seems quite simple, the profile affect only what you see on screen but not how the device works with the battery. It wont help the device to manage a better power or whatever related to the battery but only the tinny bar on screen so why so many battery profiles online with so many complicated information on it? I made my own csv based on my personal use and it works quite good with any 26650 and 18650 batteries no matter the brand and the rate of the battery. For me, a battery with 4.2v is fully charged and i know i will never go below 3.2v before i change my battery. I generally switch my battery at 3.5v but my csv go from 3.2v=0% to 4.2v=100% charged and i set my cell soft cutoff to 2.8v so my weak battery warning or my battery bar start to blink only when the bar is low, and it sounds pretty normal to me. It's that simple and it might sounds wrong to many dna pros here but hey, why not? I'm sharing my file and you can use them if you want or don't use them if you don't want to. Enjoy! ndca-18650-3.0v-to-4.2v.csv ndca-18650-3.2v-to-4.2v.csv ndca-26650-3.0v-to-4.2v.csv ndca-26650-3.2v-to-4.2v.csv
  5. I just completed the discharge testing on my LiPo analyzer and created the battery discharge profile CSV for escribe for the Turnigy Nano-Tech 1.0 11.1v 1000 mA LiPo pack. This battery of course can be used in many mods, of course, but I know for a fact its a perfect fit in a Starss Player 133/200 and the Asmodus Oni 167. Just for background on the testing I completed 3 full charge and discharge cycles on my analyzer to ensure I was getting accurate results. Average discharge rate for the tests was 1/2 amp however I tested at 1 amp and ended up with the same profile. I have attached the graph for anyone that wants to check my math however it should be really close to spot on. I hope this saves a little work for anyone looking to swap to using this LiPo pack instead of the stock 18650's those two mods come setup for. Turnigy Nano-Tech 1.0.csv