Volt and Ohm Chart

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  1. It Must Feed

    It Must Feed Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    I don't know if any of my fellow newbs have seen this yet, but it really helped me out with my new eGo Twist!

    Any Vets have anything to say about vaping outside of the green?

    Edit: I tried to hyperlink the picture to the site, but it either didn't work or I don't know how, so here it is: http://25.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_m9dkanCt0I1qc8949o2_1280.png
     

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  2. DarklyNoon

    DarklyNoon Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Wow, thanks!
     
  3. DarklyNoon

    DarklyNoon Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Wait... If the side numbers are the ohms and the ones on the top are the volts, what are the numbers in the blocks?
     
  4. It Must Feed

    It Must Feed Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Watts I believe.

     
  5. xanderxman

    xanderxman Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Yes. Those are watts. Most folks find a wattage that works for them and then adjust their voltage according to the resistance of their chosen juice delivery method to get the wattage they like.
     
  6. DarklyNoon

    DarklyNoon Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Yeah, I'm still confused about the wattage thing... can only adjust ohms and volts with cartos and the Provari. How do you adjust wattage?
     
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  8. xanderxman

    xanderxman Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Wattage=Volts*Volts/Ohms

    See what voltage you are running. Multiply that number by itself and then divide by the ohm rating of your carto/clearo/atty. That will give you the wattage you are currently running.
     
  9. It Must Feed

    It Must Feed Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    You're changing the wattage by changing either the ohms or the volts. Different combinations equal different watts. It's the equation V[SUP]2[/SUP]/R
     
  10. It Must Feed

    It Must Feed Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    ...what he said :)
     
  11. yzer

    yzer Vaping Master ECF Veteran

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    Most people prefer to vape somewhere between 6-8 watts. There are a lot of voltages and resistances that can give you 6-8 watts.
     
  12. yzer

    yzer Vaping Master ECF Veteran

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    E-Z to use Ohm's Law calculator if you know two of these factors you can calculate the rest: volts, resistance, current, power.

    Ohm's Law Calculator
     
  13. DarklyNoon

    DarklyNoon Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    This is Awesomesauce... Takes out the guess work.
     
  14. xanderxman

    xanderxman Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    I prefer 5.5 - 6.5W for some reason. Too much more than that and I can't stand the TH. Right now I am vaping at 4.2W on a 2.8 ohm Vivi Mini. That puts me at 6.3W. I tried to crank it up to 4.4V and the TH killed me. That is why I love my Twist. Dial it in and vape away.
     
  15. HardWired

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    Love the chart. Once I get past the posting restrictions for newbies I'll want to link to that for others on the regular occasion I see the question come up regarding whats safe and whats best for ohms and vv batts.
     
  16. tobarger

    tobarger Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Different combinations of ohms and volts can equal the same wattage
     
  17. tobarger

    tobarger Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    All of the wattage charts that I've seen leave much to be desired
    To begin with there are just too many holes in them
    Has me reaching for a calculator every time
    Which defeats the whole purpose of a chart
    Thats why I made my own Excel chart
    Its color coded too, and you can adjust the green range by entering an upper and lower limit
    When I want something done right I often have to do it myself
    Just Sayin'
     
  18. DarklyNoon

    DarklyNoon Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    I always find it takes a few vapes to acclimate if I haven't vaped for a bit. With that said it seems I like to sit closer to 8 Watts. However if I start ripping away first thing in the morning the th can be a bit rough until my throat acclimates, then it's on all day long lol.
     
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