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    Ego-C Battery Question

    Hello Again,

    So on my ego-c 1000 mAh 3.3V batteries, it's possible to switch to 'variable voltage' mode.

    What the manual fails to explain is what are the benefits / drawbacks of using this mode.

    (Or even what the voltage is when changed?)

    From my tests Im guessing its higher voltage for more vape at the cost of battery life.

    Could anyone link a good thread / article about voltage and atomiser resistance?

    Im not scared of big words, but I am a vaping noob

    Many Thanks

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    Is it an ego c twist or just an ego c?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingsr View Post
    Is it an ego c twist or just an ego c?
    Not the twist.

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    If its an ego-c twist battery, you twist the spinning disk at the base. If its an upgrade 2 type then;

    A two mode switch : One is the constant voltage output mode which gives constant 3.3V and is the same as the normal eGo-C/eGo-T/eGo battery. The other is variable voltage output mode, in this mode, the voltage will change from 4.15V to 3.6V as the lithium battery power decrease. With higher voltage up to 4.15V, this give you a better vapor feeling. Meanwhile, it is easier to switch, check below:

    Switching operation and features:

    1. From constant voltage output mode to new battery voltage output mode:

    1.1 When the mode is 3.3v constant output, you can lock the battery by 5 clicks(blue LED blinks 3 times).
    1.2 By pressing button for 5 seconds, LED will change to orange with 3 blinks. The battery has switched to variable voltage output mode (battery voltage output mode).
    1.3 Then you can use as usual by 5 clicks off and smoke in battery voltage output.
    1.4 In new battery voltage output mode, the LED is orange and battery doesn't have power display function.
    1.5 When charging, orange LED will blink 5 times in this new mode.

    2. From new battery voltage output to constant voltage output mode:

    2.1 In new battery voltage output mode, you can lock the battery by 5 clicks again(orange LED blinks 3 times).
    2.2 By pressing button for 5 seconds, LED will change to blue with 3 blinks. And the mode has switched to 3.3V constant voltage output mode.
    2.3 Then you can use as usual by 5 clicks off and smoke in 3.3V constant voltage.
    2.4 In 3.3V constant voltage, the battery features has no difference from present eGo-C battery.
    2.5 When charging, blue LED blinks 5 times in this new mode.

    This battery also lock/unlock function (5-click protection) in both of the modes. The protection switch makes it safer and easier to use and this can prevent accidental battery discharge when not in use.

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    The upgrade info came from Juicewhores site

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    EDIT: Too slow.

    You probably mean "unregulated" mode.
    It allows the full voltage of the battery to be used, ie. It will start at 4.2V and the voltage will drop as the battery runs lower.

 

 

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