jasonculp Posted April 17, 2015 Share Posted April 17, 2015 I have been thinking about the numbers when I rebuild coils. I am hoping that someone can clear this up for me: If I build 2 coils, and run them in the same tank, on the same mod, but with different ohm values, which is better? By better, I am asking vapor producion, flavor, and economy. 1.5 ohm coil, 30 watts is 6.7 volts and 4.7 amps. .5 ohm coil, 30 watts is 3.9 volts and 7.7 amps. Both are totally different coils, but at the same wattage. Which is better? If the wire is the same, say 26 gauge and diameter is 2.5 mm: 1.5 would take 12 wraps .5 would take 4 wraps I know this isn't really practical, but wouldn't they vape totally different at the same wattage? I am sure the lack of sleep and total brain drain I have had for the last few weeks is making this too confusing, and somthing I shouldn't even worry about. A good example of this is the SubTank Mini. If you run the .5 coil at 30 watts and the 1.2 coil at 30 watts does it really make much of a difference? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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