What is temperature control in vaping?
Temperature Control gives you the ability to set a maximum temperature your coils will reach and your vape kit will alter the power output to ensure that coils never reach beyond the set limit. While vape mods and kits are advanced, none of them can actually track changes in temperature.
What temperature should I set my vape mod?
Many people agree that 420 degrees Fahrenheit or 216 degrees Celsius is the sweet spot. You get as much flavor as possible without feeling the warmth of the vapor. If you want to add even more flavor, try a temperature between 425 and 450 degrees Fahrenheit or 218 and 232 degrees Celsius.
Can you use Ni80 in temp control?
Even if a very scant few do use Ni80 for TC, the vast majority (like 99.9%) of Ni80 users are using it in power mode, or on mechs.
What does VW mean in vaping?
As you move into more advanced vape devices, you get more options. Back in the beginning of vaping, variable wattage (VW) was the standard vaping mode. It’s a fairly simple principle. A lower wattage will give a cooler, less dense vapour and higher wattage will give a warmer more voluminous cloud.
How do I lower the temperature on my vape?
So lets dive into the steps:
- After attaching the tank you want to use to your battery, lock the resistance.
- Go to the temperature control function for your mod and select the specific temperature control mode for your tank. (
- Select your desired temperature.
What is Ni80 made of?
Composed in 80% Nickel and 20% Chrome, the resistive Ni80 wires are also available in two thicknesses: 24 AWG = 0.50 mm. 26 AWG = 0.40 mm.
What are Ni80 coils?
Ni80 is an advanced metal wire used to wrap your own coils for rebuildable atomisers, RTAs & drippers. It is designed to be used for wattage/power mode. A 10m roll like this will make 50-100 standard coils.
How many watts can a 0.5 ohm coil take?
For example, a 0.5 ohm coil will vape best at 15 watts up to 50 watts.
How hot can a vape coil get?
The user chooses the temperature limit, typically from a range of 300°F to 600°F (100°C to 315°C). The power sent to the coil then automatically adjusts to keep the coil—and your vape—at the chosen temperature.
What is temperature control vaping and how does it work?
Temperature control vaping works differently than pure wattage vaping, using the Temperature Coefficient of Resistance (TCR) of a given wire to regulate the current delivered to a coil. To use the same example, nickel behaves predictably with regards to temperature increase – the wire will always be a certain resistance at given temperatures.
What do you need for temperature control vaping?
You’ll need a kit or mod programmed with TC mode in order to experience Temperature control vaping. As well, you’ll also need compatible coils. The majority of vape coils use Kanthal in their construction, Kanthal does not work with TC mode as its resistance does not change when it heats up.
How to make a vape coil?
The first step towards building the coil is to cut the wire from the long wire spool. You can find these wire spools in the wicks and wire section under the Accessories category on the Wotofo website. It is advisable to cut a clean piece of vaping wire from the spool with an approximate length of 3-4inches.