Love FastTech. Also seems like Ebay is revising (read allowing some ecig things).
That's incorrect. Li-Ion chargers shut off based on current, not voltage.
A typical CC/CV chart.
This how a battery is is charged to full...
Which mod is that?
Note LED's are polarized. You'll probably need a resistor to knock down the voltage/current, it can go on either leg. That will depend on...
Being a parallel config that won't work. Between presses the battery voltages will always be self equalizing. If you started with one at 3.8V...
Ever done or seen any loaded volts tests? You can't can't just use 4.2V, the voltage used in the equation has to be measured , with a .07Ω load,...
Well you can't be using 4.2V for your calculations, just ain't happening at .07Ω.. Maybe about 160W
'However, I've heard that parallel doesn't actually double your amps'
Sure it does. I've also seen that statement.
From Battery University:...
You can't use a series stack with that chip.
And how did you figure that out? You load tested them both?
Just another non-manufacturer jumping into the rewrapping game.
Now rip off that parka on the mosfet that is trapping all the heat inside of it. :)
You need to some actual loaded volt tests, no one vapes @ 8.4V.
Here's Dicky Duck with fully charged LGHE4's with a 0.5Ω atty, being metered...
Yea sure about that? :)
Nice looking mod with what looks like an excellently designed mechanical switch. Just keep the contact surface free of oxidation for good...
Really? Are you familiar with the McDonalds case? The only morons are those who provide coffee that's too hot to drink and is capable of 3rd...
Here's the same chip, you can skip to ~21 minutes to see the scope tests
You are correct, it does not step down. :(
Actually after seeing Rip's full review, seems like a nice innovation.
HKJ my fave battery tester/reviewer seldom tests over spec but here's his test of the Samsung 20R, a 22A/2000mAh cell.
Let's see we have a battery made by the #1 manufacturer in worldwide sales and used by the top high end, pro-line cordless tool manufacturers,...
And Matt's blonde beard is every bit as annoying as Twisted.
Interesting, so basically you want to vape @ 5000W? Good luck with that. :)
If you keep the 3034 well ventilated and use a heat sink you should...
If you'll note, the latest/revised datasheet for the VTC5 has dropped all references to 30A....
The only insulators I see at Kanger say:
Why not work the inside of the barrel with a little 220 sandpaper? I bet the first ridge is also rather sharp.
Really? Who woulda thought. LOL
No offense but it looks horrible.
And why did you choose to use acetone?
"Hello there fellow vapors!"
Makes no sense.
Seems like a nice device, that said Evkoo sounds like an iffy vendor....
You comment is confusing, "site where the battery is the one that is firing" makes no sense.
Looking at the mod I like what I see, a rather...
I like Classwife, that she can sniff out an asshole from a mile away is a good thing.
I'd go bigger ~500+Ω, but that will depend on the LED, I imagine you want a glow and not a flashlite.
Here's a diagram for you.
Well don't leave us hanging... finish it! :)
Well if you tried to simply press it back in Is it a tight fit?
Here's a pic from a vid review of the $119 Infinite.
Then we have this at Fasttech.
Many improvement over the 20W you have.
That's some pricey stuff. Ouch. :)
I made no such blanket statement. I was responding to the OPs post concerning the IPVs that have the PWM choice option available.
As I noted:
If you have that option, the only way you can go below your battery's voltage (step down) is by having it in PWM mode. With IPV/YiHi devices the...
Ugly and fragile.
Just use your leftover Genisis mesh. :)
Here ya go, from the folks who make the VaperShark.
Find another box. The one you chose is quite flimsy and that split down the center style is very hard to work with when it comes to attaching...
Both these show the screw top.
If you plan on pushing it close to it's full potential, 50W or so, 4400mAh is where I would want to be.
And FWIW I'm sure there will be many vids...
And which Sony is that? Sure ain't the VTC5.
You're a funny guy. So...
You might also consider a very short (stubby) drip tip.
Folks should understand that a protected battery will always deliver less. For both performance (voltage sag under load) and mAh/runtimes.