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Hcigar VT250S Case/Thermal Settings


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Hi, If possible can someone please post their case thermal settings for the VT250S I've looked everywhere and can't find anything and I don't have the tools to test it with case analyzer. Any help is appreciated. Thanks. 

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I thought some kind of attachment was needed thats fits on top of the mod to run the tests? I've just been looking around and seen people making them from a RDA is it as easy as it looks? just run 4 lengths of kanthal and run the test? thanks for the reply.

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2 minutes ago, Wayneo said:

All you need is a stable temperature and your batteries 25-50% full. 

No atty required to be attached.

Oh, and a couple hours ~2-3 max.

Thanks mate I didn't realise it was that easy, I'll give it a go and post back the results to save anyone else the time, Thanks again.

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Good job. While others certainly can use your settings, IMHO they're unique and accurate for your setup.

On 7/20/2018 at 12:55 PM, Wayneo said:

and your batteries 25-50% full

3 minutes ago, marra said:

the batteries just wouldn't run down

It's looking at how well your mod heats/cools in the enclosure with your batteries. If you read any of the info on the screen during, it was showing different charging rates and the rise/fall of temperature

How long did it take you? Was it  2-3 hours, and 3 button presses (Start, accept, upload)? 

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On 7/20/2018 at 5:55 PM, Wayneo said:

All you need is a stable temperature and your batteries 25-50% full. 

No atty required to be attached.

Oh, and a couple hours ~2-3 max.

Great, Batteries where between 25-50% and I left it whilst I did other things but it was definitely at least 2hrs and no more than 3hrs when I went back to check and it was as you said (Start, accept, upload). I did notice the info on screen but I didn't really understand it tbh but I have 3 other dna mods 1x DNA75 and 2x DNA200 which I just copied the settings from other users, I was thinking of running the analyzer on those but Is there any need to do this or are other users settings generally correct for everyone? Thanks again for your help.

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28 minutes ago, marra said:

Is there any need to do this or are other users settings generally correct for everyone?

Considering it's using YOUR batteries along with the internal board temperature sensor during the calculations, I do my own yearly. If you're just a regular power user, not as big a deal. But it's so dead easy, why not.

Do 1 of your 200's and look at your results, and decide if you want to do the others.

And, you're welcome.

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