Voltage-Wattage Settings on eVic Question

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  1. trichman

    trichman Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    Jul 8, 2010
    USA
    I am confused about the settings on my eVic when it comes to wattage. I normally vape a 2.4-2.6 ohm T3 on my eVic. I am vaping fruit flavors and usually vape around 3.4ish volts. The eVic recommends 5.2 watts.

    Without explaining the formulas, can someone suggest the optimal voltage and wattage settings I should use. I also use the CE5+ and the clearos are 2.4-2.6 I believe so can I assume that the settings would be the same for those?
     
  2. retird

    retird Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Dec 31, 2010
    North Side
    The optimal voltage/wattage is subjective....it is the voltage/wattage that gives you the most flavor, most throat hit, and vapor production..
    Having used variable wattage for ages, I found mine at 8.4 watts.....ya might start at your current setting and just bump it up till you find your perfect vape....
     
  3. trichman

    trichman Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    Jul 8, 2010
    USA
    Thanks retird! I will try it leaving the voltage where it is and adjusting the wattage incrementally. It is pretty amazing already at 5.2 watts. The eVic really delivers a whole lot more than my twist at 3.4v & 5.2w.
     
  4. retird

    retird Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Dec 31, 2010
    North Side
  5. trichman

    trichman Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    Jul 8, 2010
    USA
    Great review. I learned a lot. Thanks
     
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  7. trichman

    trichman Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    Jul 8, 2010
    USA
    Thanks Judge. It appears there has been a firmware update I need to download so I can use Variable Wattage instead of Variable Voltage. If I set the watts where I want it, it will automatically adjust the voltage and vice versa.

    This is a good PV IMO. It may not be a Provari or a Darwin but it is plenty of PV for me. I especially like the head. Phil B showed that he couldn't get a T3 to fire on it but that is all I have been using with mine and I didn't even adjust the pin. I may have to when I change T3's.
     
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    Jun 2, 2012
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