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DanRyder87

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Hey guys. Just after some help here. 

Using 2 Samsung 30qs brand new.


Basically when i get down to like 5-10% battery il get "Ohms too high" and have to change batteries. 

Im only vaping at 55w 0.47 claptons. 

How comes im unable to drain my baterries to flat?
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The % you are seeing on the device screen is an estimation of the battery level, based on the battery settings...that message is the board letting you know that there is not enough battery left for the wattage you have the device set for...
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Can you post a screen shot of the 'Mod' tab in Escribe & the Device Monitor while firing, with battery boxes check...and also, power, power set, cold ohms, live ohms...
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Oh right, So ohms too high is basically telling me my batteries are flat? Thanks alot. I thought i had a dodgy mod/ batteries. Was on the cusp of selling this dual 18650 boxer and getting a triple. Lol
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http://prntscr.com/eubu8t


That is the mod tab
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Here is the device monitor one

http://prntscr.com/eubv0d
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Oh right, So ohms too high is basically telling me my batteries are flat? Thanks alot. I thought i had a dodgy mod/ batteries. Was on the cusp of selling this dual 18650 boxer and getting a triple. Lol


Kinda...not necessarily flat, but not enough battery left to maintain the wattage you have the device set for...
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After running the battery analyzer on a set of 30q's, I came up with a Wh of 19.25...here is the .csv I obtained from the analysis...csv Samsung_30Q (2)_18650_3000 mah_19.25Wh.csv     
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I currently have a different CSV profile loaded for my 30q , Should i use your one?
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Thats up to you, it was obtained by running the battery analyzer in Escribe... and I always run the analyzer a few times per set of batteries to give them a chance to wake up...you can save your currenst .csv file in case you want to revert back to it...just click on 'Save CSV' in the Mod tab & give it a name...
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