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    Mechanical Mod and batterys

    can anyone tell me if this battery is safe to use in Sigelei Fu Chai ? never used a mechanical mod before and dont want to use this battery if not safe

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    will be fine unless you are going silly low on the atty ohms
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    Two great blog posts I read up on before commencing mech use:


    Battery Safety and Ohm's Law - onVaping


    A Basic Guide for Mechanical Mods and Safety - onVaping

    Very informative There's a ton of Ohm's law calculators around too if you Google, the Steam Engine site is great.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BrianS View Post
    will be fine unless you are going silly low on the atty ohms
    going to use the Atlantis tank with the .5 ohm coil?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrjinks View Post
    Two great blog posts I read up on before commencing mech use:


    Battery Safety and Ohm's Law - onVaping


    A Basic Guide for Mechanical Mods and Safety - onVaping

    Very informative There's a ton of Ohm's law calculators around too if you Google, the Steam Engine site is great.
    thanks will look at this

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    OK so at 0.5 ohms and a fully charged 4.2V that atty will draw 8.4A. From what I gather those AW IMRs have a maximum 10A rating. You would be within the limits of your battery, but I prefer to use batteries with a high amp limit to feel comfortable. (I like the Samsung 25Rs personally).
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    Would the sanyo vtc5 in this case be a good choice as well?
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    Yep, Sony VTC4s and VTC5s are great, they have a 30A limit. They're just nearly impossible to find now

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrjinks View Post
    Yep, Sony VTC4s and VTC5s are great, they have a 30A limit. They're just nearly impossible to find now
    Then I think I got the last 3 available in the known vaping universe..... And in oz.....

    Yeah they last a long time in my provari and great in the MCR101... Which I may sell next year..another story
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    VTC4's still around here and there:

    Sony VTC4 18650 2100mAh Battery | Vape Street Australia

    VTC5's, not so much, at least from any reliable source.
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