The last two are the new counters that can be displayed on your home screen. When you've chosen to set these to display on your home screen you now have this:
What is being displayed is the cumulative time/puffs on top, and the time/puffs before the alarm is displayed. The time display measures how many seconds a puff is and keeps a running total of the seconds of all puffs since the alarm was (re)set.
Now how do you set these? Go to the Main Menu - Vapor Set - Alarm Set and you'll get this menu:
Now this part I'm not clear on, but I believe you're setting a time period for the eVic to monitor. If you choose 'Never' then you go back to the Vapor Set menu. Customize allows you to choose a value between 1-24 and any other choice takes you to a new menu:
Choosing time brings up:
Choosing 'Never' disables that alarm, and customize allows you to specify the value in puffs/seconds for the respective alarm. Once you have exceeded these alarm settings you'll get a message 'Warning: Max Puff' or time. The eVic still works, but displays that warning until the alarm is reset.
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Just gotten hold of my evic today, v 1.3. In the midst of updating it to 1.4, the data verify error turns up and my evic is dead...pretty dead..with the black screen and all. Tried with different USB cables, computer detects cable, mvr switches on, but states no hardware found, clicking on upgrade flashed error, can't click on reset, throughout it all, evic screen remains black. Tried troubleshooting it from the instructions on the joyetech site, doesn't seem to work. Any help?
This happened to me also while I was updating and I started freaking out because my eVic was only 4 days old lol. I sent and email to joyetech and they replied telling me to unscrew the Control Head from the battery tube and while holding down the fire button plug it in to a computer. Lmk if this works.
I was having connect problems getting MVR 1.4 to locate my evic once plugged into my PC, and it was a bad USB cable. Tried a different USB cable, and BAM, updated evic firmware to 1.4 automatically and works like a charm now
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I had problems too. I finally had luck with a different usb port on the computer. What a pain. As best I can tell, the major feature of the upgrade is that the temperature alert setting does not save in F.
My next mod will not have a usb port.