lproliris Posted June 4, 2019 Report Share Posted June 4, 2019 (edited) Hello, thanks in advance for the help. There seems to be a problem with my lost vape paranormal DNA 75C temperature control function. Compared to: DNA 60 esquare. Batteries are Panasonic 3400mah, low discharge rate. Classic green Tried it with: Goblin mini v3, Innokin Ares, Vandy Vape Berserker Wire is SS316L 28Ga, 6 turns spaced in all three atomizers. Resistances .74, .69 and ,66 Ω respectively (measured in the DNA 60, The Paranormal measures about .07Ω more). When TC is activated (220C or 428F), the mod just stops giving power completely when it thinks it reaches max temperature. Result being.. no steam is produced. I press the fire button, heats for about a second producing some steam and then just cuts off. Release the fire button, press it again, heats for half a second and stops again. And so on. It doesn't drop the power, it cuts it off and I have to release fire button and press it again after a few seconds for it to work. But then, it shuts off so fast I only see it worked in the device monitor. On the DNA 60 on the other hand, the graphs are smooth and all three atomizers work fine. Atomizer analyser shows same results in both mods fluctuating by 0.01Ω at the most. Power is set at 15W, Preheat I have tried different values around 30W and even deactivated it. Tried different internal resistance values that I read in forums, from 0.036 to 0.006. I restored defaults, downloaded 316L profiles from steam and DJLsb Vapes, locked and unlocked resistance, modified a number of parameters but the result is the same. Without TC, the mod works OK with the temperature still fluctuating a lot though, at 15W giving max 250C or 480F, for no reason. That is why I believe the problem is the resistance reading, but the Atomizer analyzer behaves the same in both mods. Can anyone give me some advice on the subject? Thank you. Edited June 4, 2019 by lproliris Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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