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XHV atomizers

Discussion in 'Super T Vapers Club' started by martha1014, Apr 1, 2010.

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  1. martha1014

    martha1014 Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    Apr 8, 2009
    Delhi, LA USA
    I found that regular 510 atomizers does not work with the Super 6 at 6 volts. I destroyed 8 atomizers within a couple of days. I just received some XHV atomizers and waiting to see if this one will last.

    The regular 510 atomizers work fine on the 3.7 volts.

    I have only had my Super 6 for a couple of weeks but I love it.
     
  2. redrhino

    redrhino Vaping Master ECF Veteran

    Nov 7, 2009
    NY,CA,FL
    Hey martha Don't mean to sound ignorant... But what is XHV?:)
     
  3. Richie G

    Richie G Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    May 15, 2009
    Lawn Guyland, NY
    I think she's referring to Ikenvape's (and Litecig's?) eXtra High Voltage attys. the intent is to use them when vaping at 7.4 V (2 X 3.7) in lieu of 6 volts.

    (Two 14250s in the S6)

    I think it's nuts to keep raising the voltage AND raising the resistance in the atty. The electrician in me says lower the resistance in the atty and vape at 3.7. Same 9-ish watts as has been mentioned here numerous times.
     
  4. redrhino

    redrhino Vaping Master ECF Veteran

    Nov 7, 2009
    NY,CA,FL
    Thanks Richie....I had no idea XHV aty's even existed until just now, knew about the HV ones have a few of those But XHV is new to me:)
     
  5. Richie G

    Richie G Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    May 15, 2009
    Lawn Guyland, NY
    Atomizers

    For the 510 --

    Reg = 2.2 ohms (Joye)
    HV = 3.5 ohms
    XHV= 5.2 ohms
     
  6. redrhino

    redrhino Vaping Master ECF Veteran

    Nov 7, 2009
    NY,CA,FL
    Thanks Richie.....Now it makes a lot more sense to me....Especially if i wanted to Vape at 7.4 Volts......Got it....Great Info Richie....Thanks :)
     
  7. RamShot Rowdy

    RamShot Rowdy Battery Police Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Nov 6, 2009
    Oklahoma, USA
    I've used regular 510's on my S6 at 6 Volts, but they do get hot. Resistance is a little too low for 6 Volts. I think the 901s are 3.2 Ohms or something like that, and they do alright at 6 Volts. I've tried the 4.5 Ohm HV 510s also, they run like the 901 HVs. I like the 11ish watts I get out of the standard 901 though.
     
  8. Drozd

    Drozd Vaping Master ECF Veteran

    Nov 7, 2009
    NW Ohio
    there's now like 5 different 510 atties with different Ω

    1.5Ω
    standard joye 510....2.3Ω
    slb and other knock offs....3.2-3.5Ω
    4.5Ω
    and
    5.2Ω
     
  9. martha1014

    martha1014 Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    Apr 8, 2009
    Delhi, LA USA
    Did you destroy you atomizers you used on 6.0 volts. I finally got my XHV atomizer in and have not destroyed one yet. I think this was the problem.
     
  10. RamShot Rowdy

    RamShot Rowdy Battery Police Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Nov 6, 2009
    Oklahoma, USA
    Hey Martha, I don't know how long you've been vaping at 6 volts. I know when I started I was going through atomizers left and right. I was lucky to get a day or two out of them. After 6 or 7 weeks of learning I'm now getting more than a week out of them. So there most definitely is a 6 volt learning curve. Glad you like the HV atomizers.
     
  11. josborne024

    josborne024 Full Member

    Sep 30, 2010
    Florida
    I have been vaping my p18 at 6 volts and using reg. Titan 510 attys and had no prob. I keep my atty wet and it seams to work fine I'm a dripper if it helps.

    Sent from my Droid
     
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