Variable Voltage - What Is It & What Does It Do
Posted 13 June 2012 - 01:40 PM
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Posted 14 June 2012 - 05:28 PM
what it is? what does it do?
VV mods are handy and it is a thing you either like or you don't. A VV mod allows the user to change the voltage up and down usually in one or two volt increments. It uses a built in voltage regulator and either a internal digital or external manualpotentiometer. When used properly you can conserve your battery life by changing the voltage up in small increments when you feel that your battery is getting low.By doing this your last drag on the ecig will be just as good as the last. If you just want a higher voltage because of taste and throat hit your battery will drain faster.So the short answer is it is a personal choice and all depends on what type of experience you feel bests suits you. Some things you should consider is what kind of atty or carto you want to use. At lower voltage LR (low resistance) 1.5-2.0 ohm atties and cartos can be used and at high voltage HR (high resistance)3.0 ohm atties and cartos should be used.
Posted 14 June 2012 - 07:18 PM
Posted 15 June 2012 - 11:05 AM
Jeff what is the difference between a low resistance atty and a high resistance atty when vaping?
When you set the voltage in a regulated VV PV it stays at that voltage from start to finish. There is no drop in output voltage. The cool thing with my Provari is that I can use a LR atty, a SR atty or a HR atty. A VV PV opens up so many more options than a standard e-cig.
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