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Lance

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Just a bit of a enquiry.

Just ordered a Triade DNA250 and bought some Samsung 30Q will they be ok with this device?

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Yes.
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Thanks @Wayneo
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Not only fine, but on the approved Battery list from Mooch. Enjoy your device. While waiting, go watch a couple videos on Escribe. PBusardo has at least one. Mind you, there are minor changes because of the latest software, but nothing really drastic or noticeable. Big difference about these DNAs is that you should NOT lock your resistance.
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Yeah Wayneo, I have had a DNA 200 for over a year but it became a paper weight as i couldn't get it to do what i wanted and crap battery life so gone for a triade so i can change the batteries.
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Not only fine, but on the approved Battery list from Mooch. Enjoy your device. While waiting, go watch a couple videos on Escribe. PBusardo has at least one. Mind you, there are minor changes because of the latest software, but nothing really drastic or noticeable. Big difference about these DNAs is that you should NOT lock your resistance.

250 only or 200/75 aswell? I got told jan 28 chinesse sites are holding high sales so im thinking of which one to order then.
I watched djslvapes tutorial and he tells you to lock resistance on dna75
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Sony VTC6 would be best. 30Q's are good. But, not as good as the VTC6. Mooch315 rates these the highest. Canadianvape: don't buy your batteries from Chinese sites. They are probably fake rewraps. You have to be picky about your sources, to get authentic batteries.
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@Canadianvape If you trust Evolv, the board manufacturer, they say (taken from the manual) "....  relies on the cold resistance of the atomizer to measure temperature accurately. If the connection is not stable or if you find the measured resistance drifts with time, it may be desirable to lock the atomizer resistance"

If you lock the ohms you stop the board being able to refine the base/cold resistance by monitoring the coils temp against room temp while they cool, they do this for up to half an hour after going into idle to get the most accurate resistance reading possible. 

Locking res is a last resort for connection problems.  [smile]

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@Canadianvape If you trust Evolv, the board manufacturer, they say (taken from the manual) "....  relies on the cold resistance of the atomizer to measure temperature accurately. If the connection is not stable or if you find the measured resistance drifts with time, it may be desirable to lock the atomizer resistance"

If you lock the ohms you stop the board being able to refine the base/cold resistance by monitoring the coils temp against room temp while they cool, they do this for up to half an hour after going into idle to get the most accurate resistance reading possible. 

Locking res is a last resort for connection problems.  [smile]


Any recommendation for coil material? I use SS316L without lock the ohm, but the tc went off after couple puff. And, at 420F seems slow firing. I use authentic Goon RDA at 0.32 ohm.
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Make sure and use spaced coils, especially with SS in TC
Viruk

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Sorry to disagree with Car147 - but this is just what works for me. You just need to experiment and use whatever works for you...
on to my setup:

I use fused Clapton in SS316L, I don't space my coils. I never lock my resistance and can get a very nice vape.

I use the steam engine settings for SS - they list it on their wire wizard page as "SS316L / Elite"
http://www.steam-engine.org/wirewiz.asp#
Select the coil material and click the DNA200 button next to the temperature control results then you can grab the csv to upload to your device.

I posted this screenshot in a different discussion yesterday, but its appropriate here:
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I've found a low punch works well for me with a high wattage, but you'd need to find out what works for you depending on your coil setup and resistance.

I'm just using a single coil setup in a new dripper tank - its quite a big coil but still using stainless. I'll get a shot of that and a shot of device monitor too if you're interested.

Check your resistance is stable using atomiser analyser and make sure the setup has time to drop to room temperature after you've built on it and fire it for the first time so you get an accurate resistance.

There are lots of ways it will work well depending on your setup and preferences - good luck [smile]

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The builds...

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On the left (on the Wismec Reuleaux DNA200) is the dual coil SS316L fused Clapton that is shown on the shot in the previous post - although that device monitor shot was firing that setup on the lost vape Triade.

On the right (on the Lost Vape Triade DNA250) is a single coil using the same SS316L fused Clapton. The temp control can be seen working in this shot of device monitor:
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