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Sub ohm question.

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  1. H4X0R

    H4X0R Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Jul 4, 2014
    NM
    Is it normal for a mod battery to get a bit warm? It's not super hot, but a little warm. Is that normal for sub ohm?
     
  2. Paul lamb

    Paul lamb Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    Aug 18, 2015
    Newcastle, UK
    Yes

    But

    What part of the mod? Did you check batteries are ok?

    I find the RX gets hot but dna version don't

    Please give more details
     
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  3. zoiDman

    zoiDman My -0^10 = Nothing at All* ECF Veteran

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    Apr 16, 2010
    So-Cal
    A battery shouldn't really get Warm. A Definitely Not Hot.

    But is it the Battery that is Getting Warm? Or the Mod getting warm from the Atomizer?

    What is your Setup?
     
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  4. Paul lamb

    Paul lamb Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    Aug 18, 2015
    Newcastle, UK
    Exactly the heat usually comes from big powered coils and filters to the mod

    The rx gets warm on the screen if that's the mod you have?

    Please tell us more
     
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  5. sofarsogood

    sofarsogood Vaping Master ECF Veteran

    Oct 12, 2014
    Your question is short on details. Batteries have temperature ratings. If the battery goes higher you are risking a problem. Regulated mods should have a safety feature that refuses to allow the device to fire if the temp inside the mod is above some limit. If you are asking about a mechanical mod may be you don't have enough understanding of the issues involved with those to be using them. Most of the accidents that start when the fire button is pressed involve mech mods. I don't use them.
     
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  6. H4X0R

    H4X0R Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Jul 4, 2014
    NM
    Suppose your right, I skipped a lot of important details lol my mod is a Tesla Two Sub Mod, it's like a mechanical mod but with some safety features that a regulated mod would have. I got a Uwell Crown today, fired up a dual 0.25 ohm coil and noticed the battery got a little bit warm in the middle. Just a tad bit warm, not hot by any means. The tank does get a bit warm. I switched the coil to a dual 0.5 and it seems to do better with temperature. I wonder if it's normal for a mod to get a bit warm. Like I said, I wouldn't say it was hot, just slightly warm. Thank you for responding! Let me know if you need more details!
     
  7. H4X0R

    H4X0R Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Jul 4, 2014
    NM
    Also, thanks everyone! Yea, a Uwell Crown with a Tesla Two Sub Mod.
     
  8. edyle

    edyle ECF Guru Verified Member ECF Veteran

    the more power you draw from a battery the warmer it is likely to get.
     
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  9. H4X0R

    H4X0R Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Jul 4, 2014
    NM
    Cool! So I'm probably gonna just go with the 0.5 ohm coils. The 0.25 get very warm and they're too powerful for me personally.

    Sent from my Nexus 6 using Tapatalk
     
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  10. VHRB2014

    VHRB2014 Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Sep 16, 2014
    Nic`d Up in Oklahoma!
    I would suppose that one would get a bit warm if pushed a bit. Warm is unavoidable as you are using power to create heat. HOT, where its getting to hot to hold, uncomfortable, not good.
    I alternate my mechs when they get a little to warm for me. Before they get to the point they are uncomfortable to hold.
     
  11. sonicbomb

    sonicbomb Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Feb 17, 2015
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