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    DNA chips?

    Ok, so i've seen a lot of devices coming out with the DNA 20 and 30 chips, and i understand they're a VW chip.
    But what's so great about the boards themselves?


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    30W
    10A
    8.3v

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    30W
    10A
    8.3v
    From one battery
    onboard buttons AND good, accessible solder points for remote buttons
    Onboard charging considered and easy



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    Sounds like a pretty decent deal, i've only really stumbled across the question because I had a bit of a nostalgia/"shinie" clash moment over aesthetics (Well, the mods plastic, but yeah, you get the point)

    But now i've seen this there might be more to it for me from that.
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    I have a DNA20 in my darwin, and a DNA30 chip waiting for a few minor bits to arrive from the UK to build a squonker to replace my daly missed reo. I'm quite a fan of Evolv's products.


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    and the dna 30 fires down aboot 0.5ohms
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    I tested just and my coil is 0.4ohm

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    Not exactly on topic but I found it interesting

    If anyone is interested testing out vaping over 15w and does not have DNA20/30
    Read in a few places that you can get a vamo to hit 24w and sometimes more. Stack some good 18350's or use an extension tube and stack 18500's. Many tubes fit vamo. Same thread as chi you.
    Make coil to 1.5ohms or lower if you can get it to fire. Set to 6v in variable voltage mode and you've got 24w or more.
    6v*6v/1.5ohms=24w
    6v/1.5ohms=4A


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    yea but the amp limit for a vamo is 2.5 from memory so it may fire like that but I don't think you will get 24w from it
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    Quote Originally Posted by Master Sergeant View Post
    yea but the amp limit for a vamo is 2.5 from memory so it may fire like that but I don't think you will get 24w from it
    5A limit
    Only reason you may not be able get down to 1.2ohms, it may detect as short. At 1.2ohms you get 30w at 5A. Only way to know is to test.
    Last edited by sushiaddiction; 11-03-14 at 08:46 PM.


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