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trouble setting internal resistance on custom mod


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Hello, I recently bought a custom made dna200 box and I updated it to the latest firmware (sp3) and I'm in need to measure internal resistance. Since it wasn't set when I bought it I did some research online and I bought this tooL:http://smokefreemods.webs.com/apps/webstore/products/show/6619269 I followed all the instructions on their youtube link, I set the internal resistance to 0, press upload to device and opened atomizer analyzer and then I screwed in copper 510 tool. All I get is a question mark and no actual internal resistance value of any kind. Am I doing something wrong?
I've read in some other posts that might me that my internal resistance is lower than 0.002. IF I set that in mod resistance, either 0 or 0.002, the vape is super hot in 316L (dual coil, spaced). To get a "normal vape", meaning that the temp seems to be correct (compared to my other dna200), if I set internal to around 0.009-0.01. Also several of my atomizers jump out of TC (all with 316L coils, all spaced, no shorts or hotspots). This thing is driving me crazy.
I seriously doube that there isn't any internal resistance. Thank you for any help
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i just received the same exact tool to test out all of my dna 200/75 mods' internal resistance. it works very well. as for the the question mark it means that your IR is very low around the 0.002 or under mark. i would stick with the readings the tool is giving you rather than guessing at a number. just know not all SS 316 is created equal. it varies greatly from vendor to vendor. i would try a few different curves or TCR's before giving up on the 0.002 IR. you could have a dirty 510 creating a false high base resistance. post a screenshot of device monitor while firing the mod in question with a SS build. make sure power, temp, live and cold ohms are ticked before firing. don't lock your resistance either. let the dna board refine your resistance. it does make a difference.

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Hi, 
thank you for the response first of all. 
so Here is the test, setting the internal to 0.002 and connected I have a dual coil SS 316L  reading at rest at 0.130 ohms with wire from advancedvapesupply.com. The 510 on bot the device and the atomizer is clean. I cleaned both with isopropyl alcohol. 
the profile I'm using is the 316L from steam engine. Temperature set to 350F power 50w, preheat to 40w, punch to 1, time 0s. 

Then I set the power to 80w and temp to 400F and it was very warm, almost too much. Now maybe there isn't a problem and it's just me, but I never experience such hot vape at 400F.... thank you anyway

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Now with the same atty and coil it vapes perfect, not hot anymore, even if it seems weird. Also, maybe you know, what is the maximum resistance the dna200 is able to handle in TC with 316L ? I'm asking because in the other atty I have dual clapton 316L reading at rest around .5  and it jumps out of TC, but it might be some loose connection. Thank you

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