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Thread: Variable voltage electronic cigarettes VS ordinary

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    Lightbulb Variable voltage electronic cigarettes VS ordinary

    So far I observed all electronic cigs rated at 3.7 V. By variable we mean changing, so how are variable voltages e-cigs different than ordinary ones. Do they have a potentiometer setting or that?

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    Google might be more appropriate, given such a MASSIVE subject, and starting from the very beginning.
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    They are controlled by a chip rather than a potentiometer. More volts = hotter coil, warmer vape, more cloudz. In a nutshell. But yeah, massive subject.
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    board, chips are attached to the board
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    Quote Originally Posted by BrianS View Post
    board, chips are attached to the board
    Indeed. And the board is attached to a button and a display. We're back to massive
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    Quote Originally Posted by Electrical View Post
    So far I observed all electronic cigs rated at 3.7 V. By variable we mean changing, so how are variable voltages e-cigs different than ordinary ones. Do they have a potentiometer setting or that?
    Variable voltage is really voltage settable. You set a voltage and the mod tries to maintain it.
    Whereas ordinary ones the voltage drops as the battery discharges.
    Last edited by mattrix; 22-11-17 at 02:16 AM.

 

 

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