Originally Posted by JimmyDB
Originally Posted by tchavei
Don't know the specs of those switches but for example:
240v / 1A = 3.7V / 65A
It's the watts that matter... You only need to convert accordingly the specs from one voltage to the other. Now if the spec listed for the switch are something like 120V / 0.5A then at 3.7 you only would have 16A which might be marginal.
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Originally Posted by HotRod19579
A few months back I started a thread about a new calculator that was available. Since that post I have received a lot of good input and have made several updates and added new features. I encourage you to download and try out the latest version. All feedback is welcome.
A summary of its features:
Originally Posted by Flt Simulation
Make your coil with enough diameter that you can [pull] a double piece of the silica though the coil with a piece of wire ... Then cut to desired length:
Stealing this concept for Rayon. Seen it before, think I have even seen the exact pictures before...
Iíve been looking at this tank for awhile. I own the original (V1) Aerotank and itís hands-down my favorite tank. The original Aerotank has a nice smooth draw and produces a TON of vapor (honestly rivaling even my RBAs (but I like my ohms high)).
I have been using EVODs and T3Ds for my out-and-about tanks and was getting extremely frustrated with flooding issues that seems to be painfully common for these tanks. (Admittedly, everything's always fixed by blowing out the coils and
Updated 12-09-2014 at 07:54 PM by Quin
"Come on in, the water's fine!"
For every glowing flavoring review you see that is well written and seemingly righteous, trusting that it will be the same for you won't necessarily be the case. Your success ratio with flavorings that you'll really like, at least this has been the case with me, will typically be in the ballpark of about 50/50 from recommendations to just going off of your own curiosity/instincts. But it's hard to be mad at your own instincts whereas trusting
Updated 12-09-2014 at 05:54 PM by Mr.Mann