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Thread: 22 watt chip from Yihicigar co-op for all the custom modders on here

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    22 watt chip from Yihicigar co-op for all the custom modders on here

    this is a co-op for just the chip board alone. this is called the sx220 from yihicigar. this is 22watt not 20watt

    Specifications

    -DNA 20 Mod -7W-22W Variable Wattage -4V-8.5V Variable Voltage -Sustain 1.0-3.5 ohm Atomizer -Gravity Sensor and shaking

    Features

    --DNA 20D Mod
    --7W-22W Variable Wattage(Single battery instead of Two batteries )
    --4V-8.5V Variable Voltage
    --Sustain 1.0-3.5 ohm Atomizer
    --Gravity Sensor and shaking control systerm(do not like shaking we can remove it and only keep Gravity Sensor, or remove both)
    --0.66" OLED Screen


    2014 Newest Products SX220 Variable Voltage and Wattage Gravity Sensor shaking control systerm e-cigarette DNA 20 Mod ( but it is 22W instead of 20W)


    Specs of SX220 dna20 vapor
    No. Specs Minimum Typical Max
    1 Output Power 7 Watts 22 Watts
    2 Output Voltage 4 Volts 8.5 Volts
    3 Output Current 5.5 A
    4 Atomizer Resistance 1.0 Ohms 2.5 Ohms 3.5 Ohms
    5 Input Voltage(1or 2 battery) 3.2 Volts 3.7 Volts 4.5 Volts
    6 Input Current 1.3 A 4.5 A 8 A
    7 Screen On Current 25 mA
    8 Quiescent Current 1 mA
    9 Power Down Current 100 uA
    10 Efficiency 92%
    11 Screen size 0.66" OLED
    12 Fire Button Gravity Sensor
    13 USB Charging for Battery Yes
    14 Software Upgrate/GUI operate N/A
    15 Charging for Mobile Phone N/A
    16 Customize Logo N/A

    sx22.jpg


    each chip will come with a set of instructions.

    the cost of each unit will be $45 + 10.55 express

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    Interesting??

    Dont suppose you have the size of these L x W x D, and does it come with presoldered fly leads?? That fire button looks ripe for jumping with a remote switch!!

    Gravity sensor and shakey thing must be removed by factory or can be done by the user??
    Because I trust no-one Who tells me FACTS with no proof

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    Minimum of 4 volts output not very handy, neither is minimum of 1 ohm.

    Spec sheet? Charger? DNA20s only $47.50 last time I bought some.
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    If you can get shaking gravity shit removed I'll be interested. But once shaking gravity shit is removed how do you make adjustments???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Juzm View Post
    Minimum of 4 volts output not very handy, neither is minimum of 1 ohm.

    Spec sheet? Charger? DNA20s only $47.50 last time I bought some.

    No 2 on the specs = Output Voltage 4 Volts 8.5 Volts

    No 5 on the specs = Input Voltage(1or 2 battery) 3.2 Volts 3.7 Volts 4.5 Volts
    Because I trust no-one Who tells me FACTS with no proof

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    saw the title , got very interested
    yeh nah
    damn
    not for me
    piss weak
    shake feature wtf , waste of space


    ill add an edit

    for some things im sure this is fine

    i need something that will take a good amount of voltage input
    and that can handle some high wattage / resistance
    dont need high tech just heavy duty

    where are you danv ?
    drink some beer and get solderin
    Last edited by billyboy689; 03-01-14 at 08:42 AM.
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    This is an interesting concept.

    I suspect from the somewhat vague information I can find online that the 'shaking' feature is used to adjust voltage/wattage and the 'gravity' sensor is the fire mechanism ? these are both pretty silly in my opinion.

    If it can be confirmed that the voltage/wattage adjustments can be re-routed with tactile switches or a trimmer potentiometer, then I would be interested in a couple.

    A spec sheet with diagrams of wiring options would be nice too. I spose if they are going to use the the DNA name they should provide the same level of information as eVolv do, in regards to possibilities when it comes to wiring and re-routing switches. The image you have listed here shows a tactile firing switch, I found some images online of this item that show no switch at all, just the 'gravity sensor' - that would suck if its the one you are looking at, as there did not seem to be much options for adding a switch.

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    Is there a spec sheet Bluewaffle ? and have you spoken to the supplier about the possibility of removing the 'gravity' and 'shake' modules to be replaced by the user with tactile switches/momentary switches/potentiometers ?

 

 

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