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Hi guys. From Russia with love)) Just waiting for my preordered vaporshark.Saw Rip Tripers dual ni200 clapton build for dna200. Resistance was 0.02 or 0.03 ohms. So,why everyone sais that there is tc resistance limit such as 0.08 ohms? Maybe it's 0.01 ohm in ni200 tc mode? If I need to set this feature in Escribe>tell me how to get this sweety thing) Or it's standart?

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RIPs wasn't running that low....It was either 0.08 or 0.06 I think BUT it WILL go that low but the lower u go the lower your watt limit will be.....I think if I'm not mistaken u r limited to 50 watts when running a 0.04 build.....technically you can build down to damn near a dead short but like I said The lower u go the lower your watt limit will be.The 0.08 limit is the lowest u can go and still have the full 200 watts...Hope this helps and good luck with your shark!

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scoopy said:

RIPs wasn't running that low....It was either 0.08 or 0.06 I think BUT it WILL go that low but the lower u go the lower your watt limit will be.....I think if I'm not mistaken u r limited to 50 watts when running a 0.04 build.....technically you can build down to damn near a dead short but like I said The lower u go the lower your watt limit will be.The 0.08 limit is the lowest u can go and still have the full 200 watts...Hope this helps and good luck with your shark!



Unless I'm misunderstanding the DNA 200 Data Sheet the graph shows you can get 200W from about .035 - .21 Ohms.  Assuming a nickel build of .0175 ohm would quickly be roughly up to .035 ohms which is clearly in the 200W range shown.  Correct me if I'm wrong or if there are other limitations not mentioned in the graph somewhere else.
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I'm pretty sure it goes by the COLD resistance......I know what u mean though because of the resistance jumping up when using nickel but I think it goes by the cold baseline reading......I'm like 99% sure u can not fire 200 watts below 0.04.....actually I think anything below 0.08 u cant......looking at the graph in the data sheet it shows that .....but after the resistance jumps up its possible IF and only IF it doesn't go by just the baseline reading.....maybe John can comment on this but like I said I'm pretty positive it cant

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If I'm reading the graph correctly the resistance ranges capable of running 200W are.
For Kanthal Power .08 - .41 Ohms
For Nickel Power about .035 - .2 roughly as I'm having a hard time seeing the graph but it looks like it dips slightly before .2 Ohm

So if they are using the cold resistance their graph shows it will go down to .035 Ohms and run at 200 watts when in temp mode with nickel wire.

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Ya I see that......I knew it was somewhere real close to 0.04......but ya I love this mod for so many reasons including this reason....I like to build fused and alien claptons and other intricate builds that come out very low in resistance and require lots of wattage.....It really helps out in temp mode since nickel builds are so low in resistance....I always thought the only thing temp control lacked was power and being able to build low.....This chip takes care of both and not only has it made my kanthal and nichrome builds so much better by being able to build even lower but it has completely changed my mind about temp control and has made a very satisfying warm vape but with all the benefits and safety of temp control

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scoopy said:

RIPs wasn't running that low....It was either 0.08 or 0.06 I think BUT it WILL go that low but the lower u go the lower your watt limit will be.....I think if I'm not mistaken u r limited to 50 watts when running a 0.04 build.....technically you can build down to damn near a dead short but like I said The lower u go the lower your watt limit will be.The 0.08 limit is the lowest u can go and still have the full 200 watts...Hope this helps and good luck with your shark!


Thanks guys! No he was he built two claptons 03 on 04 nickel. So now i built 0.04 ohm single clapton on snow wolf it told me low,i presset fst and it became 0.05) I think i can calm build nickel coilporns on dna200))) And maybe Rip will explain this in future reviews
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I tried a TI/NI Clapton... But my temp control has a case of the dumb dumb I think when tried it. And I didn't have csv loaded exactly right for build just tried with TI setting... U can get it to work. It hit way the crap to fast and hard... If I played with it more I think it would work good. Was impatient and through quad TI back in. It's my go to LOVE in the velocity so much airflow and vapor production with great flavor.

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Oh ya that's what I was gonna build it in was the Velocity. .....I love that damp dripper lol......I got 6 of them between me now the wife.....que each have an authentic and then 2 clones each.......We both have the Twisted Messes one and when I ordered the Velocities I couldn't get her to try one but when she finally did u can't get her to use anything else.....It's perfect for a quad.....The direct airflow will hit the bottom coils and the indirect air hits the top basically making it direct air flow on them to........I still haven't tried a quad yet but I think I'm gonna throw one together in the next few days

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Lol... The velocity is the shiz nit... I bought a mini Stro V2... Once I changed out there crap Phillips screws to hex its really good but easy to flood. Worth checking out if the itch is calling for something a little different. Machining could be better on it. But $50 for an authentic not bad. The stock screws need changed out or else don't bother.

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Correct me if i am wrong but isn't this dependent also at your battery setup? I am currently using a 26g/28g clapton at 0.04 ohm on my wismec dna200 with sony vtc5 but i am not sure is if this is safe. I mean vtc5 are 30A so do the maths :) i really want some one to explain me why the chip is not stopping me from fire it at 100w

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As long as your batteries can safely supply 23 A the board can safely supply up to 50 A if the coil resistance is in the supported range, if not the board will adjust the power and warn you.  The board converts both voltage and current EG. 23 A at 12 V at the batteries could be 50 A at 5.7 V to the coil.

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