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blaed

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i have an Hcigar VT167 (dna 250) with two Samsung 30Q batteries. what csv would work with this, or what should i change the values in escribe to manually?
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hi blaed. here is the CSV for 2 Samsung 30Q cells.

csv Samsung_30Q_17.811Wh.csv (389 Bytes, 32 views)

the watt hours for these 2 cells are 17.811 (input that number for the "capacity" in EScribe)

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I have 1 pair of samsung 25r and 1 pair of sony vtc6 do i need to change the csv file every time i change my battery? And can anyone share me 2battery csv for 25r and sony vtc6 since i only got my therion166 two days ago thanks!
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Hi all, if someone has a .csv file for 3x(18650) sony vtc5a, please share.
Thanks in advance.
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Originally Posted by ChunkyButt200
..here is the CSV for 2 Samsung 30Q cells.

csv Samsung_30Q_17.811Wh.csv (389 Bytes, 32 views)

the watt hours for these 2 cells are 17.811 (input that number for the "capacity" in EScribe)

Thanks for the csv file.
I've found a post on vapingunderground with different values for the watt hours, and since 30Q's and HG2's are almost identical, I think this counts for both?
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In the mod section of Escribe there is a watt hour calculator. It should be set to 7.4v for battery pack voltage. You then set the mah of your batteries (HG2's are 3000mah). When you enter that, your watt hours should come out to 22.2 watt hours. This is basically so your battery meter will be accurate. If you find you still have bars left on your meter when getting the weak battery signal, just slightly lower your watt hours (I have my cell soft cutoff set to 3.09V so I won't get the full 22.2WH). Hope that helps.


Can you tell me which one is more accurate?
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Hello, unfortunately I can not download this curve, because my Accout is still not quite open, what must I do there to be able to download it.

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Hello, unfortunately I can not download this curve, because my Accout is still not quite open, what must I do there to be able to download it.

thank you


Just wait a little. I thik now yor account already open.
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Ok Thx :-)
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Does anyone know where to find the triple Sony VTC6 profile for my DNA250?
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http://evolvapor.forumchitchat.com/post/cvs-sony-vtc6-three-batteries-8366329?pid=1294392660&highlight=sony+vtc6



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How are you guys coming up with 17.81wh for the samsung 30q's, Im getting 21.6wh
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Battery analyzer...
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How are you guys coming up with 17.81wh for the samsung 30q's, Im getting 21.6wh

That's why I asked the admin, but I guess he ignored my post. I'm using his csv with 17.81Wh though.
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That's why I asked the admin, but I guess he ignored my post. I'm using his csv with 17.81Wh though.
He may not have any of those and may have to go buy some batteries to test two csv just for you, one of which is from elsewhere, which you could do yourself just as easily, we are not paid, we don't have a lab and don't get expenses you know.   Sorry I may be being a bit OTT and you probably meant no offence, but we are just volunteers and vapers like the rest of you, we have jobs and families and will not always be able to answer your questions or even answer the ones we can quickly.

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No problem, I just needed a simple answer.
I just wondered, how did the guy who made this csv profile for 2x30Qs, came with the number 17.81Wh instead of the 22.2Wh given by the EScribe calc.
That's all I wanted to know.. and should I go 2.9 with the soft cutoff instead of the default 3.09v.

Thanks for your reply. [smile]
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