jasonculp Posted September 9, 2014 Share Posted September 9, 2014 (edited) Is there a more accurate ohm meter available to us? My ELeaf ohm meter is not seeming to be accurate. The build that I just did shows .2ohms on Steam Engine. I wrapped one coil, mounted it in the atty and it showed .76 so I built another one just like it. I put it on the meter and it shows .38. I generally shoot for .5 but this was close enough. I wicked it up and adjusted my mod wet it and went to town. It is generating a lot of heat. Even the button is getting warm. It is kind of a crappy mod and the button has to be adjusted just right. I then pulled it off and grabbed the DVOM out of the drawer. It shows .8. I know this is wrong! My meter is not cheap, but it does not have a range for this low of ohms. I grabbed an old analog that I have out in my shed, and it barely moves the needle. All else has failed to give me any results so I put it on my MPV. It shows 0.0. My other build shows .43 on my ELeaf, 1.2 on my DVOM and .4 on my MPV. I vape this all evening and it seems to work fine. It does get a little warm if I chain vape it. I realize that .43 is 32 watts at 3.7v and .38 is 36 watts at 3.7v But does it make that much difference? Edited September 9, 2014 by jasonculp Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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