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Escribe setup for VT133


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I just received a VT133 as a present. I don't really have an interest in TC and would like to know what the proper settings in Escribe would be for my preferred setup. Are there any specific ecig files I can download for this or can someone share their settings?

  • VT133
  • Kanthal @ 0.5ohm
  • LG HG2 Batteries
  • Aromamizer

I may eventually try TC, probably with SS once I get used to this mod.

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Thanks to Steve (Wingsfan0310) for creating the case analyzer part.

Case Cooling Time Constant: 356.58
Case Heating Time Constant: 429.86
Case USB Charge Temperature Rise: 6.39ºF
+ 17.62ºF/A
Minimum Ambient Temperature: -20ºF
Maximum Ambient Temperature 110ºF

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In addition to the case analyzer information, does anyone have the mod resistance for the VT133? I've tried a few times to use a bit of copper to check, but the connection is never stable enough for me to get a good number in the atomizer analyzer.

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I have a HCigar Vt133. I am trying to charge it via USB but it is not charing. I tried with a PSC and also with a 1 AMP plug but didn't charge. It gets recognized by the computer and I can update the firmware but it still doesn't charge. Please advise.

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How do you know it isn't charging? The HCigar VT133 comes with the charging screen set to 0% (which is off). First, "Connect and Download Settings" (button) In EScribe under the screen tab, adjust the charging slider to 40% or higher. You can also change on this tab what displays on the screen when it is charging. Don't forget to "Upload Settings to Device" if you make any changes.

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dcfluegel said:

rofl! nice, Mikey - ordered one of those rascals too, a couple days back (right after I caught the vt133 on sale at ecig) :)


Yeah, I didn't feel like making my own lol
Volcano tried to say the Lavabox's Resistance was .02 I believe, which is WAY too high!

Enjoy the VT133! I got one on the way :)
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BillW50 said:

Thanks to Steve (Wingsfan0310) for creating the case analyzer part.

Case Cooling Time Constant: 356.58
Case Heating Time Constant: 429.86
Case USB Charge Temperature Rise: 6.39ºF
+ 17.62ºF/A
Minimum Ambient Temperature: -20ºF
Maximum Ambient Temperature 110ºF

Is this a general setting to use for the DNA 200? Should I use it?
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