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    Default Volt and Ohm Chart

    I don't know if any of my fellow newbs have seen this yet, but it really helped me out with my new eGo Twist!

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    Wow, thanks!

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    Wait... If the side numbers are the ohms and the ones on the top are the volts, what are the numbers in the blocks?

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    Watts I believe.

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    Wait... If the side numbers are the ohms and the ones on the top are the volts, what are the numbers in the blocks?

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    Yes. Those are watts. Most folks find a wattage that works for them and then adjust their voltage according to the resistance of their chosen juice delivery method to get the wattage they like.
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    Yeah, I'm still confused about the wattage thing... can only adjust ohms and volts with cartos and the Provari. How do you adjust wattage?

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    Perhaps an easier to read chart, also with a link for a .jpg image to store on your computer:

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    You can only adjust wattage with the Darwin mod from evolve, the people who came out with the Kick. To my knowledge it is out of production.

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    Wattage=Volts*Volts/Ohms

    See what voltage you are running. Multiply that number by itself and then divide by the ohm rating of your carto/clearo/atty. That will give you the wattage you are currently running.
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    You're changing the wattage by changing either the ohms or the volts. Different combinations equal different watts. It's the equation V2/R
    Quote Originally Posted by DarklyNoon View Post
    Yeah, I'm still confused about the wattage thing... can only adjust ohms and volts with cartos and the Provari. How do you adjust wattage?

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    Quote Originally Posted by xanderxman View Post
    Wattage=Volts*Volts/Ohms

    See what voltage you are running. Multiply that number by itself and then divide by the ohm rating of your carto/clearo/atty. That will give you the wattage you are currently running.
    ...what he said
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