In order for this to be a comprehensive guide I have decided to go through batteries in detail. It should be noted that there are plenty of great resources on the ECF which pertain to battery safety. Of note are [URL="http://www.e-cigarette-forum.com/forum/blogs/baditude/"]Baditude's[/URL] blogs.
1. What do all the numbers and letters mean?
2. ICR vs IMR
3. Battery failure
4. Avoiding battery failure
5. Long term battery life
Ok here are just a few.
Drinking hot pepper juice, mouth wash, vaping menthol, hot peppers ( I can eat those like candy) tons of water, vaping juice that taste horrible.
So far nothing helps so my quest continues here.
Welcome to part 2 of electrical theory!
It is imperative that somebody intending to move into the world of sub ohm cloud chasing understand how to calculate what is going to happen in their build. Without understanding how to do this, you have no backbone to understanding what is going on in your device when you fire it, and thus cannot safely do so.
I recommend reading and understanding the first post of my blog in order to fully understand what is to follow in this
Updated 02-10-2014 at 08:31 PM by Nataani
Welcome to my blog!
This guide is intended for folks who are new to vaping and want to dive into the deep end. It has been brought up many times on the ECF that people who are inexperienced are trying to dive into cloud chasing without knowing the basics. Unfortunately, I dont think this can be avoided, people will do as people do, the only way to ensure somebody's safety is to educate, rather than rant. With this in mind I have devised a series of blog posts with the intention of
please read my comments below which are posts on the subject
Copied from here - http://www.vaportalk.com/forum/topic...350-batteries/
While the quoted post says they tried an aw 3800 mah. I ran the same test with a red efest imr 2000mah. With similar results.
I have 2 Vamos. I set them at 7 watts. I have tested the single 18650 against the stacked 18350 a couple of different ways. My batteries are AW IMR LiMin. The
Updated 09-08-2014 at 03:26 AM by JeremyR