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G_livin

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I'm using a dual coil 8/9 wrap at a 3 mm.  Ohms out to .16 with 24 guage at 88 watts with temp really decent clouds compared with kanthal without temp control
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Need help! Done my first build with TI, coil is perfect. But it is hitting temp protection instantly. Even at 2w set to 350° why could this be happening? I don't understand. I manually entered the temperature points on escribe from steam engine. All looks good but the coils just hits the protection instantly. It's a 9 wrap 26g single 3mm. 0.43ohm. Tia
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Have you ran Atomizer Analyzer?  What doers it show when you look at a vape in Device Monitor Live view?  
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Have you ran Atomizer Analyzer?  What doers it show when you look at a vape in Device Monitor Live view?  

I've had it on the Analyzer. The ohms have risen all of a sudden. It was at 0.43 constant. I checked on both my dna200s. Now it's gone up to 0.49 and stayed there so I locked it. Working better now. Still needs some tinkering I think though. I've seen on reviews that titanium needs lower temperature to perform the same as ni200? Approximately 100° less? Or is that just for the yihi boards? As there aren't many titanium dna200 videos out at the moment. I currently run the single coil at 450° about the same as ni200
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If you've entered the csv file from steam engine you should be able to run it too what ever temperature you normally vape at, you only use different temp on yihi chips because it doesn't know what Ti is.
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If you've entered the csv file from steam engine you should be able to run it too what ever temperature you normally vape at, you only use different temp on yihi chips because it doesn't know what Ti is.

R u kidding? In latest yihi is choise between ti or ni200 as mini m class or ipv li. Whatever i use this lower temp settings on snow wolf

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GM11 just meant that BEFORE Yihi upgraded their firmwares to allow the use of TI u had to run a different temp for it to work ......But no you don't have to run a higher or lower temp for TI to work on the DNA 200....Just download the TI .csv onto the DNA and everything should be kosher...@ Twisted Wicks you should.double check your coil connections again and also check that u have good connections on your OUT to 510 connection....Also make sure u have a good ground.....If it's grounded just by the board screws try grounding it to the outside of the 510 connection....your connections on EVERYTHING are VERY important in the use of every kind of wire in temp control mode.....Most problems can usually always be fixed by checking all the connections I stated above.... hope u get it lined out
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GM11 just meant that BEFORE Yihi upgraded their firmwares to allow the use of TI u had to run a different temp for it to work ......But no you don't have to run a higher or lower temp for TI to work on the DNA 200....Just download the TI .csv onto the DNA and everything should be kosher...@ Twisted Wicks you should.double check your coil connections again and also check that u have good connections on your OUT to 510 connection....Also make sure u have a good ground.....If it's grounded just by the board screws try grounding it to the outside of the 510 connection....your connections on EVERYTHING are VERY important in the use of every kind of wire in temp control mode.....Most problems can usually always be fixed by checking all the connections I stated above.... hope u get it lined out

Scoopy you re here too) So everytime i build ti1 coil i need to make new csv file on wire wizard? Or there is ti file which allows you to dowload it in profile and don't care about wraps,mm's
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As long as your coil consists of one single material, the CSV file is going to be the same, regardless of gauge, wraps, etc.
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Bazhanov236. ...yep I'm all over the place lol
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My biggest issue with temp control has been the 510ground... Anytime my Opus goes bonkers I open it up mess with the 510 then it starts working normal again. Looks like the solder is fine thought about sanding a small spot in paint between groung wirehooks to 510 and squeezes to case might help make a better ground connection. Idk though. Lol
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Either the insulator on my Opus' 510 wasn't screwed in all the way or I forced it down with my Infinite Magma clone with it's extra long 510. I was having problems with changing resistance till I correcting it. Here's a picture of it prior to screwing it all the way back in.
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I then added a dab of Super Glue gel to keep it there. It didn't appear stripped so I'm not sure how it got that way.
BTW, that glob of sealant you see here appears to be silicone that "they" used.

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Something else I started using more was contact coils instead of spaced out coils. I noticed every once and a while I would get a random hot spot in spaced out coils(causing that burnt crap hit) since I've went to contact coils haven't had that yet.(knock on wood)
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24 gauge Ti wire was giving me a bit of an issue with contact coils so I started making mock contact coils (little spaces in between coils) and they are working well for me so far.
Lemo2 11 wraps 24 gauge on a 3.5mm mandrel ohms tested at .47.
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So weird I just was messing with my lemo2 today for 1st time in awhile... Drilled out airflow wholes in bottom and juice feed wells some... Yhea I put an RDA back on... I'm hooked on quad coil TI build and airflow. I did think about trying a TI chimney build in lemo2
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