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  1. sumiquatchim

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    So they say that you dont need a low ohm for clouds on a dna 30, but why do you need lower builds for something like a hex ohm box mod or any other ones ? this question caught my eyes as i was unable to know why.
     
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    Because of the voltage limitation. The HexOhm Box only goes to 6V.


    So, if you build any higher than .72Ohms, you won't get to 50w. A DNA30 goes to 8.3V, and with that you can't build any higher than 2.29Ohms if you want to max it out at 30w.
     
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    But ohms dont matter in a box mod. So ... ? And at 8.5 volts on a dna30 you should be having more vapor. Help ?
     
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    Ohms and Voltage decides the wattage. If your mod(box or tube, it doesn't matter) only has a maximum voltage output of 6V, you need to build a coil low enough so you can get your desired wattage.

    On a DNA30, you set the wattage, not the voltage.
     
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    Then whats the case on the ipv2 ? how does that work ?
     
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    You set the wattage on the IPV2
     
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    so if i use a 0.3 ohm on a cana modz and a 0.8 ohm build both at 30 watts. Will there be a difference in terms of vapor or is it the same ? If so then why do they show you your voltage aswell although you cant adjust it.
     
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    No difference.Not much need for voltage to be shown, but it's nice to see how close you are to the voltage limit.
     
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    Thank you very muuuch ! Btw should i go for a cana modz 70$ as my next step after a starter kit ?
     
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    And one more. I want to achieve a 0.83 ohm coil/resistance. I am using 28 gauge. On the steam engine it tells me the wraps for a dual one. But i dont know what to wrap it around, i got a bunch of screwdrivers and scrap in this big box but dont know what i have to wrap it around.
     
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    I'd go for Vaporshark rDNA, if I was in the market for a 30w mod. Alternatives are Sigelei 30w, Sigelei 50w and IPV1&2. There's also the Cloupor, but I haven't read up on it, so I can't say yay or nay.

    I use this site, as I think it has a better user interface: Coil Toy - Online calculator for e-cigarette resistance coil building
     
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