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Have you ever felt that if it were possible, you'd like to crank things up a bit for a little more OOMPH?
Is your experience that with some devices or liquids you achieve a somewhat fuller, more satisfying flavour that is rich and indulgent, whilst with others you just don't seem to be able to achieve those same qualities; Is your vaping experience is somewhat lacking?
With a VARIABLE VOLTAGE battery you can indeed CRANK IT UP!
UNDERSTANDING VOLTAGE AND RESISTANCE
Standard electronic batteries are rated at 3.7 volts. This refers to the power that is output and applied to your atomisation device.
The atomisation devices coil has a 'resistance' measured in oHms.
By raising the output of voltage supplied by the battery more power is issued to your atomisation device raising the temperature of the coil.
The rise in temperature therefore vaporises the e-liquid at a higher temperature and thus using a a variable voltage battery will allow you to tailor your vaping experience to suit your own specific requirements and tastes; be that a fuller vape or a bigger throat hit.
The coil resistance will rely on the voltage to create the heat.
Too small a voltage - little or no heat at all will be produced and the e-liquid will not be adequately vaporised.
Too much voltage and the coil will become too hot. It might overheat the e-liquid altering its taste significantly which can spoil your experience.
Setting it too high might also either
Carbonise the wick, the carbon then leaches into your liquid each time you fill, and this again spoils the taste.
And, most catastrophic setting it so high can pop the coil.
Care should be taken then to ensure the battery is set to be within the right voltage parameters of the resistance of your coil before applying power.
With a little practice using a VV battery, by slowly incrementing or decreasing the voltage applied to your atomisation device(s) and/or e-liquids you will be able to find your own “sweet spot”.
Be aware that the voltage setting for one tank or one liquid might vary significantly between different devices you might use and or with types and indeed flavours of e-liquid.
UNDERSTANDING HOW VOLTAGE AFFECTS YOUR DEVICE & YOUR VAPE EXPERIENCE
An electronic cigarette uses energy supplied by the battery to generate heat. The heat vaporises the e-liquid as it is drawn in during the inhale and crosses over the coil. As you inhale the oxygen is passed over the heated coil mixes with the atomiser e-liquid to create the vapour.
The hotter the coil (with adequately supplied liquid) the more vapour that can be produced.
The more liquid that passes over the coil (which is adequately atomised) the more vapour is produced.
There are then 2 methods to increase vapour production:
Option One is to increase the amount of e-liquid that is supplied to the coil, and for that coil to have a large enough surface area to adequately vaporise the increased amount of liquid (bearing in mind too that this increased area and liquid also requires more power), and Option Two is to increase the heat that is applied to the coil.
A Variable Voltage battery allows for the volume of power (energy) to be produced in order to support BOTH options.
UNDERSTANDING THAT VOLTAGE COMBINED WITH RESISTANCE = WATTAGE
Voltage (output of battery) combined with oHms (resistance of coil) results in the wattage of power in total.
Examples of this:
A standard battery has aa power output of 3.7 volts. Using standard atomisation device ( around 2.4oHms) this combination of volts and ohms produces approximately 5.5watts of power.
If you used the same 3.7v battery but changed to a lower resistance device of 1.8ohms the combination increases to about 9watts.
In order then to gain the greatest range of performance and vape quality you would need the ability to alter the voltage applied dependant on the resistance of your atomisation device (ohms)
The VV battery allows you to do this.
EXhale advises that you begin cautiously when first using a VV battery.
Check the voltage output recommended for the device (ohms) you are using and set the VV battery to this voltage output at first, then begin to increase voltage output very slowly in small increments until the vape you wish for is achieved. Consult an online Variable Voltage Vaping Chart or see our examples below.
Don’t be tempted to crank things up too quickly. Setting your voltage too high will result in a burnt taste and can pop your coil.
- It is important to be mindful that if you continue to reduce the resistance/oHms (of the atomisation device) and/or increase the power output (volts) to levels that are too great for the resistance your atomiser/coil to handle the result of this temperature increase will quickly result in overheating of the liquid and a burning taste as well as a rapid reduction in the performance of the atomisation device (the coil would degrade and burn out/stop working altogether)
- You should also be aware that greater output settings will use stored power more quickly and you would need to recharge sooner.
SUGGESTED VOLTAGE x OHMS
Atomiser Resistance (ohms) <> Battery Voltage Output
2.2 <> 3
2.5 <> 3.4
2.8 <> 3.7
3.2 <> 4.2
4.5 <> 6