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dna 200 support for coils above 1.0 ohm??


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Does the dna 200 support coils with starting resistance above 1.0 ohm or can it be configured to do that?

The reason I ask is because I'm running a 1.2 ohm build with 28 guage titanium wire in an rda on a Kangxin mini and liking it a lot.  The Kangxin spec sheet says 1 ohm max in TC mode but apparently not.  I never built dual coil setups but may be I'm finding out what I was missing.  The benefit I'm seeing is lots of coil area to make vapor but efficient resistance under load of +2 ohms.  Why put an upper limit on TC resistance? 

The build is a contact coil, about 16 wraps on a 3 mm post.

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The DNA 200 has a 9v output limitation.  So, it would depend on the wattage you wanted.  At 1.2 ohms you would be limited to a 67.5 watts initially (room temp coil) and as the titanium coil increases in resistance with temperature, the possible output wattage would descend in kind.

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Thanks for the response. This build is new to me and a revelation. It appears I can have temp control, a high quality vape, AND the efficiency of a higher ohm single coil with as much wire as a dual coil build. I'm firing the coil at about 430 degrees and 30-40 max watts so the constraints you describe will work. If I can do this with the dna 200 you've got my interest. Thanks again

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