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    Quote Originally Posted by TomCatt View Post
    Manu makes some beautiful mods! She's also the first that I saw who used the LM2596 modules. I've got a number of these modules now (they come in a few different configurations) and am vaping on a mod using one.
    Do a search on eBay for LM2596 and check out these modules for an EASY VV build. Heck, I even found a KIS-3R33 'plug-n-play' module on eBay.
    TY Tom! Using the LM2596 was def the easiest mod evah and it's still in my mod rotation.

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    Fantastic Mamu. Great looking Mod. I'm sure your brother will be very happy
    TY Breaktru! He got it today and was quite surprised he got what he asked for since I told him it wasn't gonna happen. But lol - I think I set myself up cuz everyone at the party who vapes asked for one too.
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    Mamu, I would be envious of your brother if I didn't have a Denali. I fully see why it needs to be a light version. And the .pdf is impeccable too and full of useful tips. Any chance of a Chopped Denali running 2 18350's?
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    I'm considering a Dena/Denali variant. I doubt I'll have room for the LED display.

    Does someone know a source for a smaller LCD display module? ...or

    Has anyone successfully removed an LCD display module from a commercial battery mod and used it to read voltage?
    tDCS anyone..?

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    Quote Originally Posted by asdaq View Post
    Mamu, I would be envious of your brother if I didn't have a Denali. I fully see why it needs to be a light version. And the .pdf is impeccable too and full of useful tips. Any chance of a Chopped Denali running 2 18350's?
    I'm considering a 2 x 18350 in a 1 x 2 x 3 Radio Shack project box. The display may be a problem.
    tDCS anyone..?

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    great how-to, you make it look easy mamu

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    Quote Originally Posted by asdaq View Post
    Mamu, I would be envious of your brother if I didn't have a Denali. I fully see why it needs to be a light version. And the .pdf is impeccable too and full of useful tips. Any chance of a Chopped Denali running 2 18350's?
    TY Asdaq!

    I'll get right on that chopped Denali mod. LOLOLOLOL!!

    Srsly though - that is a good idea. The 4AA batt box is a bit wide. Just need that perfect enclosure for dual 18350s.

    Quote Originally Posted by Cool_Breeze View Post
    I'm considering a Dena/Denali variant. I doubt I'll have room for the LED display.

    Does someone know a source for a smaller LCD display module? ...or

    Has anyone successfully removed an LCD display module from a commercial battery mod and used it to read voltage?
    I took apart the Volt to get its voltage reader. Da-nada. Wouldn't work with the converter and trimmer.

    Quote Originally Posted by lynch View Post
    great how-to, you make it look easy mamu
    TY Lynch. I forgot to put instructions for adding the fairy dust and unicorn sprinkles - that's what makes it easy.
    Last edited by mamu; 12-10-2011 at 08:04 PM.

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    I nominate Para to chop the 18650 case.

    Really though, The battery compartment is ~70mm and the upper ~37mm and if the upper part was cut off and the divider became the top reinforced with the original top and a new divider were added for 18350's....

    Might be a bit of work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mamu View Post
    I took apart the Volt to get its voltage reader. Da-nada. Wouldn't work with the converter and trimmer.
    Thanks for the information.

    This is nice work you've done...both the mods and the presentation.

    The RS 1 x 2 x 3 project box with 2 - 18350's is a nice fit in my hand. I'm currently running a TI-8100 in one.
    tDCS anyone..?

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    Mamu....thanks for the tutorial. Pictures really help electronics dummies like me.


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    Thanks again guys

    Quote Originally Posted by asdaq View Post
    I nominate Para to chop the 18650 case.

    Really though, The battery compartment is ~70mm and the upper ~37mm and if the upper part was cut off and the divider became the top reinforced with the original top and a new divider were added for 18350's....

    Might be a bit of work.
    Duh-oh... that's what you meant by chopped Denali. I saw pics of one where a modder had done that with the case and it turned out quite nice.

    Quote Originally Posted by Para View Post
    Mamu....thanks for the tutorial. Pictures really help electronics dummies like me.

    Electronics dummy?? As if... you've done some creative wiring with dpdt switches and volt readers Para.

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