4s lipo box 16.8 volts!

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  1. mokeife

    mokeife Bronze Contributor

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    just got my first 4s lipo box and i love it 16.8 volts! please feel free to post builds you think i may like i would prefer clapton. the build i went with was a 10 wrap of twisted 24 around a 3 mm bit it ohms out to .33. i used twisted 24 becuase i didnt have any clapton on hand but i plan on mostly using clapton in the future [​IMG]
     
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    lol, that's the same pack I have in my mini drone
     
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    Vapescaped New Member ECF Refugee

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    855 watts, not bad!
     
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    its not 855 watts its more around 250 because of the pwm and potentiometer
     
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    Vapescaped New Member ECF Refugee

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    That's a common misconception about how a pwm works. The pwm only controls the amount of time you are applying battery power to the build. It averages to about 250 watts, but it does that by turning on and off the power many times a second, which you adjust by turning the pwm. If you had an oscilloscope, you could see that full power, 16.8 volts on full charge, is being applied to the atomizer in rapid fire mode.
    O wrote up a big article in the mod builders section about pwms with diagrams and videos. You could also try turning it down to another devices output levels and try it on both, you'll find the lipo hits harder with no ramp up.
     

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