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Comments on Profile Post by Derek Cross

  1. Derek Cross
    Derek Cross
    What I mean is can i get the voltage when i press the fire button if theres no build in the atty or does "load" mean there is a build on the atomizer and a load is being applied to it? Hope im making sense. If there is a reference in a post somewhere that covers all of this i would love to read it!
    Apr 6, 2016
  2. Derek Cross
    Derek Cross
    My multimeter is weird in that(I guess) a lot of them have a starting voltage that you have to subtract later on after you have your testing results, but mine does not. The multimeter i have is automatic (im thinking this is the feature) causing it to only show a result if it is touching something. Otherwise it just throws random numbers
    Apr 6, 2016
  3. Mooch
    Mooch
    The random numbers are normal. As long as it reads 0.00V when you touch the probes together firmly you're ok.

    You can read the voltage at any time. If the button is not being pressed then you'll read a very low voltage that changes constantly because no voltage is being applied to the coil.
    Apr 6, 2016
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  4. Mooch
    Mooch
    If you read the voltage when there is no coil, and you press the button, you may or may not read the battery voltage depending on what type of mod you have. But there is no load on the battery.

    You have to press the button and fire the coil to know what voltage the battery drops to when you're vaping. Readng the voltage at the posts is the best way to to this.
    Apr 6, 2016
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