Burn348

100 watts regardless of settings

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Using a passthrough mod by analog box mods.

Even if I set the wattage to 200 in wattage mode it never goes higher than 100 watts (usually it caps out at 98.9 watts)

 

have settings at 220 watt  max with a 12v input power source.

regardless of tank/rta I use and regardless of .ohms  it wont go higher.

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Let me clarify (Because I figured it went without saying and I was wrong) this mod uses a DNA250c board/chipset.

 

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From within Escribe ....... Can you post a 'Device Monitor' and a Mod - Safety tab printscreen
And which vapestation are you using and who built it

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42 minutes ago, Wayneo said:

From within Escribe ....... Can you post a 'Device Monitor' and a Mod - Safety tab printscreen
And which vapestation are you using and who built it

I'll post it when I get home this afternoon.

 

Analog box mod station and mod (built by them did not get the DIY kit)

 

http://analogboxmods.ca/Custom-Built-Box-Mods

The Xbox power box option on the work station  and a previously offered 250c chip in the mod (they are no longer offering it for some reason)

 

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22 minutes ago, retird said:

Here is the Datasheet for the 250C.  It has graphs that show max output power per coils ohm's and wire materials.  May be helpful.

https://downloads.evolvapor.com/dna250color.pdf

 

 

Thank you. Those graphs are exactly why I posted this question because I am not getting anywhere near that kind of power on .1-.2 ohm builds of any material (I normally use a .15 Ni80 dual build)

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You said this is a pass thru mod (no batteries in the mod).  Is the battery selection in EScribe set to "power supply" 12 Volts.  Your power supply is 12 volts, right?  

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Can you check the output voltage of the power supply.  Your Device Monitor screenshot is only showing 9.375 volts....

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My guess is the power supply is not able to give you what's needed to reach your desired wattage...  You might contact the mod maker and discuss this with them.   

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Yeah but you would think a pass through would go higher than 100 watts lol

 

ill contact analog box mods they are good people.

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The DNA is not a true pass thru as the power supply furnishes input power to the circuit board and the circuit board regulates the output to the atty.  Let us know what you find out.

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Measured voltage at the PSU at 9.3v and the manufacturer is saying it should be 12v so  I am waiting on them to see how we are going to move forward. 

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56 minutes ago, Burn348 said:

Measured voltage at the PSU at 9.3v and the manufacturer is saying it should be 12v so  I am waiting on them to see how we are going to move forward. 

Surely they will guide you to a  PSU that will make the  250C  hum................

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