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Alright. So I 'read' the manual. And I googled around for a while hunting down others voltage issues but everything I find is battery related... I think my case might be a little more specific. So let me preface this by saying i like to tinker. So decisions were made to ensure that I could change things around often. This should take care of things liked "dude that is a-lot of wire" and "Why in the f**k do you need a terminal strip". Since I am also a fan of over-building everything we can avoid things like "Bro; but it's barely 4 amps!" or even the occasional "you can get cheaper better bu
Greetings fellow vapers! I've been looking into building my own mod, woodwork powered by DNA250c, but with pretty much everything sorted, I've run into one major setback. Can't figure out wiring for a single battery device. The 250c data sheet has 2s, 3s, 4s wiring printed out, but no mention about single cell setup. Does the mean 250c can't run on a single battery? Or am I missing something? Cheers edit: typos
Hello all, My DNA 75C recently developed a black spot on it and I'm looking into getting a replacement screen. I can't seem to find any video anywhere that shows how to replace it though. I'm currently deployed and don't have access to many tools. So I'm debating on whether I should send it off or do it myself. Could someone post a link or video or something so I can determine whether I can do it or if I need to send it? Thanks!
Hi,I'm a DIY enthusiast especially in electronics. I'm actually building a portable Playstation 2 Slim with an IPS display, so that it would look like a Wii U controller. It's my first large electronic endeavor. However, being portable, I'd need it to be powered by rechargeable batteries. I'm very confused on how to approach the power part of this project. I'll try my best to be detailed as possible! I look forward towards your answers! —————————————————————————————————————————— Some Details Looking around, I concluded that a battery pack of 18650s (3S) would do a good job,