December 01, 2013

Hey friends, if there is one thing we should all be doing it is vaping safely. Vaping safely is most critical when using things like rebuildable atomizers on unprotected mechanical mods.

Vape safely
Hey friends, if there is one thing we should all be doing it is vaping safely. Vaping safely is most critical when using things like rebuildable atomizers on unprotected mechanical mods.  
If you use something like the iTaste SVD, or VAMO or ProVari then chances are you will not need to worry about things like amp limits on batteries.  You should still have safe battery practices, like avoiding over charging or over discharging.  But most APVs ( advanced personal vaporizers ) have some sort of protection build into them already. 
If you’re using RBAs ( rebuildable atomizers ) on mechs ( Mechanical mods ) at low ohm, or sub-ohm resistance.  Then amp limits and ohms law become your best friend.  
Essentially you don’t want to be pulling more amp from your battery, than the battery can handle.  Sub-ohm coils require a lot of power ( not voltage ) but power and amperage to function. 
That’s where this calculator comes in 
http://www.kritikalmass.net/battery-calculator/index.php
This calculator lets you plug in the MAH of your battery, which should be  printed on the battery.  As well as plug in the “C” rating of your battery, which should be found on the sellers / manufactures website.  To figure out the amp limitations of your battery.  Remember that it’s always better to err on the side of caution
Combine that info with the VapeCalc and you should be vaping safely in no time. 
Thanks so much to Tom for putting this little calculator together.  Always remember to do the math before you press the button.  And don’t ask more from your batteries than they can handle. 
-Grimm
Vape safely Hey friends, if there is one thing we should all be doing it is vaping safely. Vaping safely is most critical when using things like rebuildable atomizers on unprotected mechanical mods. If you use something like the iTaste SVD, or VAMO or ProVari then chances are you will not need to worry about things like amp limits on batteries. You should still have safe battery practices, like avoiding over charging or over discharging. But most APVs ( advanced personal vaporizers ) have some sort of protection build into them already. If you’re using RBAs ( rebuildable atomizers ) on mechs ( Mechanical mods ) at low ohm, or sub-ohm resistance. Then amp limits and ohms law become your best friend. Essentially you don’t want to be pulling more amp from your battery, than the battery can handle. Sub-ohm coils require a lot of power ( not voltage ) but power and amperage to function. That’s where this calculator comes in http://www.kritikalmass.net/battery-calculator/index.php This calculator lets you plug in the MAH of your battery, which should be printed on the battery. As well as plug in the “C” rating of your battery, which should be found on the sellers / manufactures website. To figure out the amp limitations of your battery. Remember that it’s always better to err on the side of caution Combine that info with the VapeCalc and you should be vaping safely in no time. Thanks so much to Tom for putting this little calculator together. Always remember to do the math before you press the button. And don’t ask more from your batteries than they can handle. -Grimm
Vape safely

Hey friends, if there is one thing we should all be doing it is vaping safely. Vaping safely is most critical when using things like rebuildable atomizers on unprotected mechanical mods.  

If you use something like the iTaste SVD, or VAMO or ProVari then chances are you will not need to worry about things like amp limits on batteries.  You should still have safe battery practices, like avoiding over charging or over discharging.  But most APVs ( advanced personal vaporizers ) have some sort of protection build into them already. 

If you’re using RBAs ( rebuildable atomizers ) on mechs ( Mechanical mods ) at low ohm, or sub-ohm resistance.  Then amp limits and ohms law become your best friend.  

Essentially you don’t want to be pulling more amp from your battery, than the battery can handle.  Sub-ohm coils require a lot of power ( not voltage ) but power and amperage to function. 

That’s where this calculator comes in 

http://www.kritikalmass.net/battery-calculator/index.php

This calculator lets you plug in the MAH of your battery, which should be  printed on the battery.  As well as plug in the “C” rating of your battery, which should be found on the sellers / manufactures website.  To figure out the amp limitations of your battery.  Remember that it’s always better to err on the side of caution

Combine that info with the VapeCalc and you should be vaping safely in no time. 

Thanks so much to Tom for putting this little calculator together.  Always remember to do the math before you press the button.  And don’t ask more from your batteries than they can handle. 

-Grimm

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