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    Quote Originally Posted by Baditude View Post
    You "can" use a protected NCR/INR in a regulated mod, as long as it is accepting it without error codes or what not.
    It's not the ideal battery to use for your mod's optimal performance.
    Once you use low resistance atomizers or higher voltages
    which will begin to pull more amps from your battery,
    performance could become impaired or the battery might complain
    by becoming overheated.
    Protected batteries don't have the "high drain" load current capability that an IMR will have.
    in the past trying to read and put all this reg/unreg/protectected straight in my mind

    I compared this to (2) anti-virus's installed on the same computer ;

    can be done, but will continuously fight for control resulting in poorer performance


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    Quote Originally Posted by VapPornRules View Post
    Right, but on a VV device, do I know what voltage to use in the Ohm's law equation? It seems like I don't. Do I use the battery voltage or the "set" voltage?

    If I have a Panasonic with a max discharge rate of 6.8 amps, I guess I can safely use it at 6 volts with a 1 ohm resistor, correct? (Ohm's law tells me its a 6 amp draw). But this doesn't make sense - if the battery is low on charge (say 3.4 volts), on a 1 ohm resistor, Ohms law tells me I am only drawing 3.4 amps. It seems to me that I don't have sufficient information to apply Ohm's law.
    to simplify this, look at it in terms of power. P=IV

    so if we neglect losses in the circuitry(which is not realistic, but it is simple), we set P1 = P2. lets say we look at your 1ohm, 6volts example.

    I=V/R=6Volts/1Ohm=6Amps
    P1=6Amps*6Volts=36Watts
    now to do the same thing at 3 volts, P2=36Watts=XAmps*3Volts ==> X=12Amps

    So as a quick method of looking at this, if P1=P2, I1 * V1=I2 * V2
    I=V/R, so plug that into one side. (V1^2)*R1=I2*V2 ==> (V1^2)*R1/V2=I2 or P1/V2=I2(if you know the watt goal you are aiming for)

    not sure if that is clear or if it helps you explain any of it. for ex-military electronics people, replace V with E
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    At JetBatteries, they have a Panasonic NCR18650B High-drain 10A Hybrid battery. Would this be good for the VTR? Plan to order one in a few weeks and have been looking at what battery to get. This sounds like it is new.

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    I run Panasonic NCR18650B's in my VTR and they work great. Last at least 24hrs for me....very nice battery IMO....Just make sure you get the "non-protected" ones as the VTR already has protection built into it...

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    How will these Efest Purple 30amp 18650 - 2100mah be for the VTR?

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    I will work, but will be more suited for mechs due to the 30a.

    Another question when getting ncr18650pd do you need the flat top or button top battery to fit the VTR, or with either work?
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    Quote Originally Posted by KiLLeRr KeN View Post
    I will work, but will be more suited for mechs due to the 30a.

    Another question when getting ncr18650pd do you need the flat top or button top battery to fit the VTR, or with either work?
    wondering the same thing....

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    to answer my question, either a flat or button top will work on a VTR i know cuz i have both. Well at least i know the EFEST 18650 2000MaH V1 and V2 work. One is a flat the other a button.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KiLLeRr KeN View Post
    I will work, but will be more suited for mechs due to the 30a.

    Another question when getting ncr18650pd do you need the flat top or button top battery to fit the VTR, or with either work?
    Both work fine in mine.

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    Quick question... New to the whole Replace-able battery aspect and I get the whole battery sizes/protected-non protected thing but there's a deal for 2x Samsung ICR18650-28A which are 4.2 volt batteries for 13$!!! My question is will these work in the VTR, and will they have any type of adverse affects since there not rated @ 3.7 volts??? Any help would be greatly appreciated!!!

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