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DanRyder87

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Ok so i sent an email asking why i was getting an "Ohms to high" message when i got to 5-10% battery. only vaping 55w @ 0.47 ohms dual clapton.

He told me i should NEVER ( he capped that) use Samsung 30qs or LGs in any mod. If i wanted better performance or battery life i should buy either VTC5r or His Boxer batteries. Even though they have 400mah less than the LGs and the 30qs they will give alot better battery life due to amperage?

Im only pulling 4.89v and 10amps. 


Can someone tell me what he is on about? Why are 30qs and lgs never to be used in mods? 
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I use both of those batteries (30q & LG)  in my mods everyday without any issues...
DanRyder87

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So you also have no clue about what he means? He stumped me. 


After inputting the correct CSV for my batteries and setting my Watt hours to 19 and my SCC to 2.75 i can get down to 5% before it says "Ohms too low" so im ok with that. I was just wanting to know exactly why it happened from the man himself. 

Im guessing if i drop my SCC to 2.7 instead of 2.75 il get the last 5% battery?
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Even with batteries he is trying to sell ya, or any battery for that matter, you are still going to get the ohms to high message once the battery level gets to the point that your mod can't safely fire the coil...


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No my mod doesnt seem to do that. Il fire at 55w and vape it and it will just go cold as if its stopped firing. Then i look at the screen and it says Ohms too high


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Have you ever considered lower ohm build?...
DanRyder87

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I dont like hot vapes and i care more for battery life than i do for clouds. At the moment the only wire i have is 26/32 Clapton wire and some clapton SS316L.

I have some huge ass framed staple coils that i guess i could use in single coil mode but i dunno what a single coil is like in the aromamizer plus.
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I have pretty much vaped 0.4ohm - 0.5ohm since i started sub ohming haha.
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Which is it, you said ohms to high before...  .47 is absolutely not to low...
DanRyder87

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Yes... Its reading Ohms too High when i get down to like 5% battery. It doesnt fire. lol


EDIT: Sorry i didnt see the mistake i made a few posts up. Its deffo Ohms too High
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Yes... Its reading Ohms too High when i get down to like 5% battery. It doesnt fire. lol


EDIT: Sorry i didnt see the mistake i made a few posts up. Its deffo Ohms too High


It happens...[biggrin]  that's just simply your device not being able to power the coil at that battery level...plain & simple...

Edit: Boils down to battery safety...
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I have Aromamizer Plus's on 2 of my mods...dual coil builds with clapton wire between .069 & .071 ohms...have never had an issue with 'Ohms To High' before...even on my single battery 75's...
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Oh right. So basically i need to think of 5% battery life as being my "Empty Battery" message and change batteries?

Thanks alot. I can stop worrying now.
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Worry not...the board is doing what it was designed to do..[thumb] 
DanRyder87

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Thank you my friend.
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