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    Sx350 v200

    YiHi are not releasing the SX350 V100 100w chip. This is only for testing purposes.

    They are however developing the SX350 V200 200w chip. Due to be released Dec 2014.

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    That sucks... Geuss i'll have to settle for the SX330 v3 (100w)

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    Really have to wonder where it will stop. Are they going to keep going until they have a 500W chip that uses a full tank, drains the batt and melts the insulators in a single vape?

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    I need a welder. :shakeshead:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nakor View Post
    Really have to wonder where it will stop. Are they going to keep going until they have a 500W chip that uses a full tank, drains the batt and melts the insulators in a single vape?
    My thoughts exactly. A consideration also has to be the wiring from the boards. ie. 80 watts with a .1 ohm coil is going to pull a little over 28 amps. 100watts with .1 ohm coil is over 31 amps and 200watts with a .1 coil is over 44 amps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rebel1 View Post
    My thoughts exactly. A consideration also has to be the wiring from the boards. ie. 80 watts with a .1 ohm coil is going to pull a little over 28 amps. 100watts with .1 ohm coil is over 31 amps and 200watts with a .1 coil is over 44 amps.
    Soldering 7.5amp rated jaycar wire to dna boards was a pain in the arse. Doesn't fit through the sockets well at all. The wires I've seen used in the chanas was a lot smaller and to the eye it looks much like what I've seen on these yihi's in the photos.

    I think they may not have worked out why people used mechs for high watt builds, mainly the lots and lots of metal for the current to pass through.

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    This is a email i received today from them they are going to push the sx350 to the limits probably 70watts or so. try getting good battery life with that using a 18650

    Statement:

    YiHi SX350 V100 is only for testing purposes, we hereby confirm we will NOT release this chip in the future.
    We will try our best to make the original chip YiHi SX350 more perfect !

    YiHi SX350 News:
    The 3rd upgrade software of YiHi SX350 will be released officially on July 30,2014.
    Function of this new upgrade software: Upgrade to higher power and sustain lower Atomizer Resistance to 0.1ohm.
    YiHi SX350 V200
    We are on the way developing another new chip SX350 V200, the maximum power will go up to 200W. This new chip will be released on Dec. 2014 .

    YiHiEcigar

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    Looks like YiHi told fibs about the sx350 V100. They have released them after all. Not sure where they're at with the V200.

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    I just love the SX series chips.


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    I have a 1200 amp jump-pack. What about I stick a 510 on top of it???
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