Sorry Frisco, but you are wrong.
Originally Posted by Friscoweather
In Pulsed DC is current in a single direction only.
In AC current flow actually reverses in the circuit.
Pulsed current would be if If I simply fired my button on my atomizer multiple times a second. (on...off...on...off...on...off)
AC would be as if I took my battery and reversed it multiple times a second. +/-... -/+...+/-...-/+...+/-...-/+
A hertz is a simply a cycle per second, a cycle can mean pulse DC or AC.
33 hertz for a pulsed DC signal means that the circuit goes from on to off to on again 33 times a second
33 hertz for an AC signal means that the current goes in one direction, reverses direction, then reverses to it's original direction again 33 times a second.
I can put safely put a 1 Farad capacitor on a pulsed DC load. However if I put a 1 Farad capacitor on an AC load I'd better take cover.
You are still going to have a collapsing magnetic field being induced into the coil. The voltage changing polarity doesn't really matter.
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...none of which matters. The reactance is on the order of micro-Ohms.
Me...I'd go back to that same "local vaping shop"...buy the "HIGHER END MOD THAT MAY HAVE A BETTER PULSE RATE"...and I'd then be done with all my hassles!!??!!
Originally Posted by GoodNews!
The E-Vic fires at 104.9 Khz so it should be on the list of non-rattling devices....
OMNIA DICTA FORTIORA SI DICTA LATINA.
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