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eVic specs (Possibly of interest)

Discussion in 'eVic' started by Hello World, Jan 26, 2013.

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  1. Hello World

    Hello World Super Member ECF Veteran

    Dec 20, 2012
    This thread not to shill for anything, it's informational only.

    Joyetech just confirmed that the eVic does in fact have short-circuit protection, and can run Genesis-style RBAs at 11 watts, but any given coil must have at least 1.5 ohms, and can function as an Ohm meter for the atty. Some have stated that 11 watts is not enough, but I'll find out shortly and update as I have an AGA-T+ coming.

    Perhaps there's already a thread on this. If anyone has had success with eVics and Genesis-type atties, please post your story here.
  2. Symmetry

    Symmetry Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Nov 6, 2012
    Oregon, USA
    That's strange, because my eVic has run 1.3ohm coils with no problems. Not sure what's up with this...
  3. Hello World

    Hello World Super Member ECF Veteran

    Dec 20, 2012
    No less than 1.5 Ohms per Joyetech's recommendations.
    If it runs without issue on less than that, then it's welcome news.
  4. Sathorael

    Sathorael Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Feb 19, 2013
    San Diego California
    i run 1.2 ohms on a terminator c and my eVic has pretty substantial issues managing it. It miss fires a lot and i've actually gone away from the eVic as a result. However, it does handle 1.5+ ohms like a champ, so nothing against the device.
  5. crxess

    crxess Grumpy Ole Man Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Sep 20, 2012
    Williamsport Md
    Unit to unit tolerances will cause some variation just as identical spec laptops are not exactly the same in finished form.

    My curiosity is more with the users than the unit. I simply do not understand the logic behind a Specific coil rating being required.
    i.e. if you prefer Vaping at 10 watts and a unit can power a 1.5ohm coil at 10watts why do people insist the Coil MUST be 1.2ohms or .8ohms?
    Do people not realize an output power of 10Watts is a end result no mater the v/o combination?
    My thought is most of this comes from being restricted on Mechanical mods to specific and decreasing V output(4.2v &down)

    My AGA-T is @ 1.7ohm and absolutely Boils the juice at 10w. Only problem I see is the 500 mesh wicks like a sponge.
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