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Wismec DNA200 2 battery pack mode


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It sounds like on a Wismec, you just have to short the plus and minus of battery #3 if I am reading it correctly and then tell EScribe you are using two cells instead of three. If you did this internally, without rewiring and just add a shorted wire. I could see someone someday of putting in that third battery and have a dead short. But if you placed a bolt in the place of the third battery, you could easily switch between two or three cells if EScribe was nearby.

Here is that discussion that was mentioned above.

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MikeTheVapeDude said:

Did he seriously just recommend dead shorting a battery?



No, no! This is converting a 3 cell Wismec to a two 18650 DNA200. Problem is you just can't pull battery 3 out. But to make all of the wiring correct for a two cell DNA200, the Wismec needs battery 3 pulled and if you short the plus and minus contacts of the missing battery, it will be wired 100% correctly. And all you have to do next is to tell EScribe you are using two cells. If you want a 3 cell DNA200 back, the process is simple enough to reverse.
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Well if the DNA200 thinks it is configured for a 3 cell, yes it will see battery #3 as a dead cell. But once you configure it for 2 cell, it ignores the third cell and just checks the first two cells. And the reason for shorting the third between the plus and minus connections is because the positive is the positive power for the DNA and without a battery it connects to nothing.

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It is very simple high school electronics replacing the highest potential cell with a short is closing the open circuit it's removal would cause connecting the 2 cell to the board in series, it would also connects the highest 2 balance taps together to the highest potential from the cells as the highest one is not applicable for a 3 cell operation.

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