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Madkat

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Hello fellow vapers

Question about the MOD/CASE resistance test in eScribe. (I'm using a TRIADE DNA250)

I watched the tutorial video in this forum about setting up eScribe and did the case resistance test last night, by default it was 0.004 , so i set it to 0 and then ran the test overnight, saw it was finished and blindly (half asleep) clicked accept thinking it would fill in the resistance for me. It did not, was it supposed to? or was the figure listed in the test results?

I've punched in 0.004 again and will try again tonight, am I missing a step?
giz_60

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Sounds you are talking about 'Case Analyzer' for the case thermal values...The mod resistance is a different calibration process...
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Sounds you are talking about 'Case Analyzer' for the case thermal values...The mod resistance is a different calibration process...


ahh yes, rewatched the video again... my bad

also is there a big necessity to do the Case Analyzer? will it have any significant changes ?

i vape primarily in TC mode only, if that makes a difference.
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ahh yes, rewatched the video again... my bad

also is there a big necessity to do the Case Analyzer? will it have any significant changes ?

i vape primarily in TC mode only, if that makes a difference.


If vaping in TC mode, the case thermals are quite important...
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ohh i see.

Will run it tonight and see how it goes [smile]
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