[Posting here because I'm too new to have enough posts to post in the VV/VW forum]
I'm still pretty new but getting a fascination with VV/VW mods, like maybe a Innokin SVD from Fasttech.
When using a VW mod, what does coil resistance effect besides battery life? From what I've read, part of the idea behind a VW mod is to be able to use a fixed amount of power via the mod detecting coil resistance and adjusting voltage output to produce the desired wattage.
Presumably this means that for a given wattage the coil resistance wouldn't matter to anything except battery life, with a lower resistance coil causing lower battery drain. But something else tells me it's not that simple and that there may be other differences. I'm just speculating but maybe coil life might be better with lower or higher (my guess would be higher) resistance or some other factors.
Can anyone enlighten me further on coil resistance selection when using a fixed-power (variable wattage) mod?