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420F. Sorry for the delayed answer i haven't been on here in a couple of days.



The reason I asked is because it seems to me that most people vape TC around 400 degrees F. I feel weird because I don't enjoy my TC vape (titanium, SS) unless its around 540-570 degrees F. 
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I vape my NI200 Uwell at 550F always have i like the dense warm vape. I didn't like TI til this build

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Do I have to download a new .csv for every build? For instance I selected my gauge and type of wire and exported the csv file for the dna 200, but does the build section on the left side matter? I've always used that to get an appropriate estimate on my potentail wraps and such but I wasnt sure if that played into the downloaded file. Does that make sense?
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Hello there everyone! I am new here and starting to get into temperature control vaping. So please forgive me if I'm asking stupid questions. I just picked up a DNA200 device by efusion and have to admit I really like it. Not sure of the characteristics of this device is, but the problem I'm having is that when I try an ni200 build, seems that it works properly it pulses when it reaches set max set temperature. But when I try building on titanium wires, I would see temp set at 200, and as soon as i fire I get "---" till I release the button. I'm not getting any live reading while firing but it does pulse the output when I hold it down. Is it normal that I dont get live reading when using titanium 1? I used steamengine to calculate the coil build and also downloaded the csv file for the dna200 and loaded it in one of the profiles. Another question I have is that with the titanium build I have ohms at .15 on the coils watts at 8.5 and temp set to 200f. I seem to be burning the cotton even at that setting and of couse the coils are glowing deep red even though I know its bad when using titanium. Is this normal? I've searched high and low for these answers but cant locate much info on these questions can anyone help, or point me in the right direction for these questions? 

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Hello there everyone! I am new here and starting to get into temperature control vaping. So please forgive me if I'm asking stupid questions. I just picked up a DNA200 device by efusion and have to admit I really like it. Not sure of the characteristics of this device is, but the problem I'm having is that when I try an ni200 build, seems that it works properly it pulses when it reaches set max set temperature. But when I try building on titanium wires, I would see temp set at 200, and as soon as i fire I get "---" till I release the button. I'm not getting any live reading while firing but it does pulse the output when I hold it down. Is it normal that I dont get live reading when using titanium 1? I used steamengine to calculate the coil build and also downloaded the csv file for the dna200 and loaded it in one of the profiles. Another question I have is that with the titanium build I have ohms at .15 on the coils watts at 8.5 and temp set to 200f. I seem to be burning the cotton even at that setting and of couse the coils are glowing deep red even though I know its bad when using titanium. Is this normal? I've searched high and low for these answers but cant locate much info on these questions can anyone help, or point me in the right direction for these questions? 

Thanks!


I've tried a lot of wires and for me by far Titanium has been the best. I prefer 24 gauge Titan Wires (Titanium Grade 1) http://titanwires.com/titan-wire-retailers/

Here's the CSV that I use and NEVER do I get 'dark red' aka glowing wires nor burnt cotton http://www.filedropper.com/titanwirescsvfiles

For more help, I'd recommend reviewing the 'Custom TCR' help found here http://www.evolvapor.com/guide/story.html

Good luck!
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Thanks very much Jaquith!!! I will download that file soon as I can get my hands on that Titan wires...I will also check out that link for the help info again thanks!
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Hello there everyone! I am new here and starting to get into temperature control vaping. So please forgive me if I'm asking stupid questions. I just picked up a DNA200 device by efusion and have to admit I really like it. Not sure of the characteristics of this device is, but the problem I'm having is that when I try an ni200 build, seems that it works properly it pulses when it reaches set max set temperature. But when I try building on titanium wires, I would see temp set at 200, and as soon as i fire I get "---" till I release the button. I'm not getting any live reading while firing but it does pulse the output when I hold it down. Is it normal that I dont get live reading when using titanium 1? I used steamengine to calculate the coil build and also downloaded the csv file for the dna200 and loaded it in one of the profiles. Another question I have is that with the titanium build I have ohms at .15 on the coils watts at 8.5 and temp set to 200f. I seem to be burning the cotton even at that setting and of couse the coils are glowing deep red even though I know its bad when using titanium. Is this normal? I've searched high and low for these answers but cant locate much info on these questions can anyone help, or point me in the right direction for these questions? 

Thanks!


I've tried a lot of wires and for me by far Titanium has been the best. I prefer 24 gauge Titan Wires (Titanium Grade 1) http://titanwires.com/titan-wire-retailers/

Here's the CSV that I use and NEVER do I get 'dark red' aka glowing wires nor burnt cotton http://www.filedropper.com/titanwirescsvfiles

For more help, I'd recommend reviewing the 'Custom TCR' help found here http://www.evolvapor.com/guide/story.html

Good luck!


David. Do you think your Titan wire csv will work better than the Steam Engine Ti1 csv for my lightning vapes Ti? It's surgical grade 1 so should be same as Titan right?
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It works great with LV
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I use the Steam Engine site for its DNA200 Titanium TCR for both my Rio Grande and Unkamen G1 Ti, works fine.
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The file I modded was the Grade 1, but it seemed to be about 40F too cool so I simply tweaked it up a tad. The Clapton is only if your mix / Clapton is running too cool; otherwise the regular CSV file is fine. I vape in 500 F plus range...

Grade 1 Titanium is Grade 1 no matter what label is put on the packaging.
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Hmm, maybe Im totally in the dark on how this temp control thing and setting up properly. Does the dry cotton burn test still apply when using a titanium build? I just down loaded the csv file mentioned above and the cotton burned through as soon as i fired. And coils wend bright red hot. Even at 200f the lowest setting singed the cotton. The live temp reading worked this time though. Maybe the wire isnt actually titanium1? Any one heard of company twisted wire? Or maybe dna 200 faulty? Seems the unit works fine with ni200 and SS. Doesnt burn the cotton at 400f with those wires..

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Maybe Jaquith will post his tutorial he gave me for you with a lot of helpful hints- sounds like you need to turn punch and preheat to zero
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Hmm, maybe Im totally in the dark on how this temp control thing and setting up properly. Does the dry cotton burn test still apply when using a titanium build? I just down loaded the csv file mentioned above and the cotton burned through as soon as i fired. And coils wend bright red hot. Even at 200f the lowest setting singed the cotton. The live temp reading worked this time though. Maybe the wire isnt actually titanium1? Any one heard of company twisted wire? Or maybe dna 200 faulty? Seems the unit works fine with ni200 and SS. Doesnt burn the cotton at 400f with those wires..



IF you have Titanium Grade 1 with then either the CSV "DNA200-Titanium_1-SteamEngine" or the CSV I posted (CSV in the Zip file) will work, the differences are negligible.

You have to read the 'fine print' when purchasing 'Titanium' and it has to say 'Titanium Grade 1' wire. 

Example, Sweet Spot Vapor's http://www.sweetspotvapors.com/category_s/1854.htm is NOT grade 1-5 Titanium wire, it's an ALLOY of more FE (Iron, etc). Further, I assume that you are loading the CSV file properly. 

Nice tutorial on the bottom, see "Custom TCR's" http://www.evolvapor.com/guide/story.html

Question, what Titanium do you have and please provide a link.
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perhaps I should have known better than going to ebay with some of the things people sell on there..http://www.ebay.com/itm/Titanium-Resistance-Wire-32ft-Surgical-Gr-1-99-5-Temp-Control-26G-RBA-RTA-/141823302046?hash=item210553d99e:g:QBQAAOSw5ZBWPZ0d
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Maybe Jaquith will post his tutorial he gave me for you with a lot of helpful hints- sounds like you need to turn punch and preheat to zero


Do I need to set punch and preheat to "0"?

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