So I've been noticing how the size of the carto influences the level of voltage needed to produce optimum vapor. to me, its a characteristic very similar to ohms, yet i dont see much talk about it here, or on supplier's websites.
i am finding that the larger the carto, the more voltage you need. its almost defying what the resistance of the carto is. for example, a super shorty resurrector is rated at 1.7ohms, but most if not all of the ones i have are 2.0 exactly. i also have some EMDCCs that come in at 2.0 as well.
i am able to get significant clouds from my super shorty resurrectors at 3v. if i hit an EMDCC with 3v, the result is pitiful. im guessing this is due to the large area of the EMDCC. my bet is that most of the heat is lost to the body of the carto itself and possibly the filler. the same is true for medium sized cartos- they need just a tad more heat than the smallest ones. the larger the carto, the more voltage i need to get the correct amount of vapor.
so my questions are, how can we account for this? is there some sort of adjustment we can make? say for example you have a 2.0 ohm carto, but it holds X amount of juice more than the standard, so you will need X amount more voltage to get the right hit. or with the super shorty, youve got X amount *less* than the standard, so you'll need X amount less power. IDK maybe its silly and we should just crank up or down the volts until it feels right.
my other question is, will special devices like the Provari and the Darwin account for this phenominon? does the Darwin recognize that you are getting a more robust draw from a smaller carto that has the same resistance as a larger carto? is this a wattage thing, or is this just a juice delivery system phenominon?