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How to Use Variable Voltage Mods?

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There is a kind of "half-michanical vape mods" among numerous different types, often labeled as "violent". You can find a lot of options for this type of product, such as the very popular Tesla Invader III in 2016. All of these products have a "turntable" form of physical adjustment button. I would rather call them "Regulator". 

Vapers love variable voltage for a lot of reasons, but at the end of the day, it’s just because it gives you the ability to change your ecig’s performance to fit your needs. When you first experiment with a variable voltage device, you will be shocked to see what a difference it can make. Most flavors taste instantly brighter with adjustments to the voltage and wattage. Before you make the jump to this more advanced vaping style, there are a few things you need to know.

Variable Voltage Mods are usually different from the ordinary "power box". It is actually as an intuitive reference to the "voltage", which is commonly used in the power of the mods which showed V, the operation will be more intuitive and simple.

If you have been vaping for a while and you are looking to take the next step towards a more advanced electronic cigarette, then it might be time to learn about variable voltage vaping. The most basic ecigs usually operate at 3.7 volts, but sometimes you might want the option to adjust the voltage and wattage to get a more customized experience.

When you adjust the voltage and wattage, you can produce larger clouds of vapor and stronger throat hits. Most variable voltage devices use a 3.7 volt battery. The difference is that the with a variable voltage model, there is a circuit inside that stores and regulates the power level and how it is delivered to your atomizer. You can adjust this in small increments to control how much vapor your ecig produces.

Ultimately, variable voltage and wattage ecigs deliver the most powerful performance, but they aren’t right for everyone. If you are only a light smoker, you might find a variable voltage ecig to be too intense. If you end up dialing the voltage down to 3.7 volts or lower, then you are probably going to get the same results from a standard battery and save a little money in the process.

Turntable stalls are generally identified to the virtual voltage value of each file as a reference for these stalls in a potentiometer on the potentiometer to adjust how accurate in the end this problem, in fact, novice just started can be ignored, and why?

Assuming that the mods' total battery energy is one revolution of the turntable, then we only need to use the "percentage" in the sum of this power when using the adjustment. Push from low to high, when the energy to meet your nebulizer coil heating requirements is reasonable, do not need to exact this exact number of V is the actual data.

Under the influence of the characteristics of such a voltage regulating mod, in fact, they can be called "voltage regulating mod" because when the rotating disk is fixed in a certain position, the output of the chip will be output with constant voltage at this analog voltage value.

Because of the simple function, the general ecig device of these types of ignition speed than our common "power box" to be more crisp and neat. There are also related claims that it is called "violent". Here we want to refer to a novice friend, do not be afraid of the so-called "violence." Such ecigs are adjustable output.

There are some big advantages to making this transition and one of the most obvious is battery life. Variable voltage batteries are much larger so they will last longer than standard ecig batteries that you find in the smaller devices. If you are using an ecig that is about the same size as a regular cigarette, your battery is probably only holding a capacity of 90 mAh. You will get an hour or two of continuous use before you need to recharge. The variable voltage batteries can hold capacities of 1600 mAh or more so you can vape for a longer period of time without stopping to recharge.

Safety is another big perk to these devices. Many of them come with built in intelligent microprocessors that will prevent you from accidentally using the ecig unsafely. They are designed to stop working if you push the battery to an unsafe level and they will shut down to prevent overheating. Most devices will display an error code to let you know what went wrong so you can learn from the mistake and insure you will vape safely in the future.

Ultimately, the decision to move to variable voltage is up to you. There are a lot of benefits, but it’s not going to be the right choice for everyone. If you use variable voltage/wattage devices, what are some tips that you would share with newbies to make the experience more enjoyable?

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