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msamuelson99

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Hello all,
I just picked up a HCigar VT75.  I have always had the mfg. defaults for my other DNA200 devices.  If I do not own a super awesome discharge unit to run the Analyzer is there any other way to reliably setup my batteries within the software?

I will be running 26650's exclusively (once they are delivered).  Until then I am running LG HE2's and 25r's.  

Thank you in advance for any help,
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Just choose 18650 LiIon in EScribe.

(I'm moving this thread the the DNA 75 board)

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Would that be for the 26650s as well?  Thank you for moving this, I was 50/50 where to post it.

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Yes, the curve is for a typical cylindrical high drain battery, but if you are using just one type of battery running the analyser may make it a little more accurate.  The battery gauge is not as advanced as the 200 one, it basically converts voltage to percentage using the curve.
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Perfect!  Thank you VB! We can changed this to Solved if you are able to change the title. I did not see where I could.

Have a great weekend,
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You are welcome, I'll leave it open as it is bound to come up again.
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Helped me as i would have been asking the same question at some point.
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Can i use the same settings wire from my dna 200 in my dna 75?
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Can i use the same settings wire from my dna 200 in my dna 75?

Yes you can use the material/wire profiles for DNA 200s.

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Hi there!

My question is about DNA75 EScribe settings, too, although a bit different from the original post. I can't find any information on how to adjust the LED lights. I know how to set one or more colours but how do I get a gradual transformation, from black to red to yellow to orange then black again, for example?? And I was wondering what the small box below the cross to delete one colour means?? The one that turns yellow when clicked. A little documentation, a manual, any mouse-over info would have helped, guys...

Cheers!
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Hi there! My question is about DNA75 EScribe settings, too, although a bit different from the original post. I can't find any information on how to adjust the LED lights. I know how to set one or more colours but how do I get a gradual transformation, from black to red to yellow to orange then black again, for example?? And I was wondering what the small box below the cross to delete one colour means?? The one that turns yellow when clicked. A little documentation, a manual, any mouse-over info would have helped, guys... Cheers!


http://evolvapor.forumchitchat.com/post/led-configurable-8119550?pid=1292344452

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I have tried to use the factory settings for any of my batteries and I keep getting the low battery warning at 70% this is with my 26650's and my 18650's alike.
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I have tried to use the factory settings for any of my batteries and I keep getting the low battery warning at 70% this is with my 26650's and my 18650's alike.


Please post a screen shot of Device Manager after you take a hit that gives the weak bat message.

In many cases it because of voltage drop. There is so much voltage drop during the preheat that it triggers the message, but once preheat is over you most often find you had enough voltage to satisfy your temperature requirement for the hit.

In other words, it may not be worth worrying about. Device Manager will tell us
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it is not in temp control mode so there should be no preheat.  I have this one in watts. 
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