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I got 2units DNA60 mod shows a lower resistance than other DNA60 mods. The other DNA60 mods have a resistance of 0.73-074Ω with the same atomizer (by using 3 difference dna60 mod). With my New 2units dna60 mods, both reading the resistance is 0.66Ω, which is 0.08Ω lower. What should i do to solve this problem? I'm just learn on the tutorial video about the offset from higher resistance, to lower resistance and could simply add the offset value. In this case, the resistance is 0.08Ω lower than the other dna60 mods. 

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12 hours ago, Wayneo said:

So out of your 3 DNA60 mods, do any  of them have USB ports? Let's refer to them as mod 1 and 2, showing the 0.66Ω value, and #3 having the 074Ω.

Yes, that is correct. All of them have the USB port. In additional, I'm also checking with another atomizer on mod 1 and 2, and #3 DNA60 mods. its showing the same result which is mod 1 and 2 showing 0.08Ω lower than others #3 DNA60 mods. How should I do with mod 1 and 2 to calibrate such the same as others DNA60 mods. Thank you for your assist @Wayneo

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When I go to Advanced, there is no Electrical tab in Mod tab.

But, when I chose Option → User Interface  Manufacturer

i saw the Electrical tab that show Mod Resistance       0     Ω

Then, what should i do?

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Currently by using atomizer

dna60 mod 1 resistance 0.66Ω (new mod)

dna60 mod 2 resistance 0.66Ω (new mod)

dna60 mod 3 resistance 0.74Ω (old mod)

dna60 mod 4 resistance 0.73Ω (old mod)

dna60 mod 5 resistance 0.74Ω (old mod)

so what should i do with mod 1 and mod 2, to get the same resistance as mod 3, 4 and 5.

appreciate for your help. Thanks @Wayneo

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So you straight up refuse to answer MY questions, and this will be my last post to you. But I will answer your question.

1 hour ago, SAC said:

so what should i do with mod 1 and mod 2, to get the same resistance as mod 3, 4 and 5.

You cannot do anything with mod 1 and mod 2. 

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I'm trying to answer your question. I'm just confused. sorry.

3 hours ago, Wayneo said:

 

And what are these mods? #1, #2, and #3

what do you mean about these mod? i don't get it.

 

5 hours ago, Wayneo said:

What is that 'Mod resistance' for each of the 3 mods?

and what do you mean about 'Mod resistance'. 

ohm reading on mod? or ohm reading on Escribe? or what?

Thank you for your coorperation.

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13 hours ago, dwcraig1 said:

What brand of mods do you have. Example: Dovpo College DNA60

All of my mod is a Champion mod by stickman and we are the modder as well.

 

13 hours ago, dwcraig1 said:

On this one the mod resistance is set to "zero", are all 5 mods set to zero?

 

all 5 mods show the 'Mod Resistance' zero "0Ω" on EScribe software when i connect the device.

That video explain well if your mod get HIGHER mod resistance, then u can add the offset. 

In this case, our new mod with new DNA60, get LOWER resistance, and i can not simply put "negative" offset. Its doesn't work by put negative on EScribe software.

I really hope this problem can be solve smoothly. Thanks for your respond @Wayneo @dwcraig1. Appreciate it.

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15 hours ago, Wayneo said:

You cannot do anything with mod 1 and mod 2. 

Regarding my previous order of 50units dna60, 2 of them was assembled as a mod (refer as mod 1 and mod 2), then I'm cannot do anything with that mod 1 and 2 @Wayneo? How about the balance 48units if the same situation happen? I believe this case must have a solution out there since I have no idea with that. I appreciate all of your help and cooperation. Thank you.

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I'm inclined to think that the mods with the lower resistance is closer to correct. I can't remember a DNA60 reading less, only higher.

For sure zero is not the correct setting, usually 0.004 or higher.

To check the mod resistance use atomizer analizer with a shorting 510 plug with mod resistance set to zero. Screw the shorting plug into the mods 510 and put the resulting figure into the mod resistance (electrical tab) and upload to device.

I use a cartomizer that I soldered over it's 510 connection, it works great. This could be done also with a 510 to 510 adapter or an old atty with brass base/510.

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I'm going to make another attempt to show how to set mod resistance. This can not be done on all DNA boards. Not with the 75C, 100C and 200 boards. It use to be able to be done with 200's but a firmware update stopped that long ago.

Start by cleaning mod's 510 and the plug with alcohol. Using EScribe set mod resistance to Zero.

Start Atomizer Analizer with mod connected and screw the shorting plug into the mod's 510.

Put the value from Atomizer Analizer into the Mod Resistance box and upload settings

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then upload settings.png

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