P4U/Green Leaf IPV2 50W - Product Spec, Performance, Usage & Issues Thread

Discussion in 'Variable Voltage APV Discussion' started by vaperXant, Aug 3, 2014.

  1. vaperXant

    vaperXant Senior Member Verified Member

    This thread is for Product Spec, Performance, Usage & Issues related to Pioneer4you/Green Leafs new regulated 50W Mod.
    You may talk about anything related to the IPV2 EXCEPT topics like when will your mod come in the mail, vendor rumors, why your preorder didn't come yet, etc. Basically no questions related to when your mods coming or bashing vendors for late shipments. You may post vendors who have stock available now to help people purchase this wonderful mod. I am not a moderator so I can not enforce these rules, but the last thread similar to this went off the tracks and this is a necessary forum do to the IPV being such a new and popular mod. There is a new mod coming out in Sep that is 100 W, so some may want to wait that out if you need the power.

  2. suspectK

    suspectK Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran


    Wonderful little mod.

    I've had mine for a week. I was extremely surprised on how small it was. It has a great fit in the hand, and the touch sensor is in a great spot. I alternate between my index finger and thumb..I find myself using my finger more so than my thumb with touch sensor.
    The only problems with the mod:
    1.)Single battery... and a lot of wasted space.. could've packed it tight with two batteries.

    2.) Battery removal screws..working on magnets, or some other quick release fix, for mine, but the main problem is that the back plate doesn't seal. If your atty leaks, you may need to wipe some off, but they covered the insides well. You'd have to let it go for a long time for it to get on internals...or have 4mL's just pour into it.

    3.) Don't let friends play with your touch screen... mine isn't as responsive after this weekend.:/ And it is also possible for liquid or grease to cause the touch sensor to continue firing, or not fire.

    4.) Needs a wrap..or better yet, a shark skin kind of case. I'm waiting on a really nice custom wrap from jwraps for mine.

    Outside of that, fantastic..short circuit and over temp tested and functioning. :)


    Glorious, but atomizer displays 1 Ohm for open-circuit..no big if you have a meter.

    I don't know what this is..bling?:)

    Touch sensor..most good attys will need 510-adjustable pin removed to sit flush, or close. You can some what see where the atty has scuffed up finish.. especially on back plate that comes in contact with it...back plate isn't flush with top of mod.

    Touch sensor:

    Just like that..
  3. peraspera

    peraspera Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Supporting member
    I'm holding out for a blue IPV 50 watt so I don't have one yet in my hot little hands. However, I bought it mainly just to play with different regulated builds so I made a spreadsheet to show what combination of watts and oHms would produce a regulated vape. I'm sharing because I thought it might be useful for those vapers not used to building for regulated mods in this power range. If any of the information on the spreadsheet is wrong or if someone has more info about what the chip does outside the specs for regulation I will edit the spreadsheet.

    Unfortunately, I have been unsuccessful in getting an answer from either YiHi or Pioneer 4 U as to what exactly the SX330 V2 50 watt chip does if the selected watts and oHms of the build are out of range of the chip's specs. YiHi did confirm that the chip does not regulate power down.

    This simplified chart shows the builds you can use to stay in the regulated range of the SX330 V2 chip that the iPV 50 watt uses.
  4. suspectK

    suspectK Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

    What doesn't look good with an origen?

    I know...I was going to get it up tomorrow. When there's good sunlight. :) hopefully it's more like 48 hours.

    I think it may be longer, unless they changed it. :/ I edited a post that was part of an argument a few days later, and it brought up the thread like it as a new post.
  5. kteto

    kteto Senior Member ECF Veteran

    No complain after waiting one week transit from elev8..

    Did anyone notice ipv output voltage is lower compare to hana clonzz?
  6. Budkiss

    Budkiss Senior Member Verified Member

    While it seems the initial buzz over this release has passed this information is still useful. I guess there are only so many ways to say "this is the ipv2", these are the specs, here is my photo, and "I like it" (which i do).
    I too got frustrated with posts about a certain vendor (reasons, rumors, and rationale) and their delayed shipments. I am grateful for the vendor I chose. They got it to me 2 days after release on 7/18. They have some now in stock. VaperCompany.

    I am sort of excited about the new 100 w version coming. Not sure if I NEED it but it intrigues me.
  7. garpt01

    garpt01 Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    I still haven't read what that flush shiny button looking thing is on the top of this mod?
    Does it have a function?
  8. blowy666

    blowy666 Full Member

    It is a sensor button for firing.
    But you can also turn this button off if you want :)
  9. blowy666

    blowy666 Full Member

    Hello everybody,

    I have a little question to all you IPV V2-owners:

    Can anybody tell me the specs of the backdoor screws, please?

    In my purchase the little bag with screws and screwdriver was missing, and I´´d like to buy some extra screws now, to have some if a screw will get lost.

    Hope that anybody could help me, please?

    Thanks and have a nice sunday!

    Greets from germany,
  10. Budkiss

    Budkiss Senior Member Verified Member

    they send 4 extra screws with the iPV2 (which should be a sign... you may need them)
  11. blowy666

    blowy666 Full Member

    Yes, I knnow, but as I wrote, this bag was missing at my delivery.
    Thats why I asked... :)
  12. suspectK

    suspectK Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

    I edited my post... I'll add more to it later on... just wanted something up there.
  13. TheKiwi

    TheKiwi Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

    HA found you guys
  14. Budkiss

    Budkiss Senior Member Verified Member

    I JUST got a response from P4Y... the new 100 watt box (iPV3) WILL use two 18650's, will have the USB, and will have a firmware upgrade to 120w... maybe 150 watts by the end of the year (they didn't explain how they modified the sx330 v3 chip)
  15. TheKiwi

    TheKiwi Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Crap. Now to decide between the sigelei 100w or the ipv3. Damnit.
  16. suspectK

    suspectK Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

    The ipv3 in the same casing?
  17. jluc

    jluc Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    I'm leaning toward the Sigelei. I like the bigger fire button.
  18. TheKiwi

    TheKiwi Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran


    Additionally while I appreciate the sleek form of the ipv2, the sig has a solid looking build with a nice heft. Or at least it looks like it. Might be nice to have one of each

    OH! And the sig has the USB port located on it's side instead of the bottom!
  19. blowy666

    blowy666 Full Member

    Anybody please? :-(
  20. vaperXant

    vaperXant Senior Member Verified Member

    Your ipv2 should have came with a warranty card for a company on Cali, call them they will send u replacements or give u specs

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