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Tips for Stainless Steel coils
#1
Hi!

Until we get updated firmware does anyone have any advice for using SS coils?

I have set to Ti mode, 420f, 18w and TC appears to work, my SS coil is 0.8 ohm

Thanks!
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#2
(10-07-2015, 01:23 AM)Vic-EVic-E Wrote:  Hi!

Until we get updated firmware does anyone have any advice for using SS coils?

I have set to Ti mode, 420f, 18w and TC appears to work, my SS coil is 0.8 ohm

Thanks!

Sorry I don't use SS. For me I only use titanium.
Too much chromium in SS not good for my brains. lol 大咧嘴

心JOYETECH - NO:1 Ecig brand 心
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#3
(10-07-2015, 10:58 PM)Smok_King Wrote:  
(10-07-2015, 01:23 AM)Vic-EVic-E Wrote:  Hi!

Until we get updated firmware does anyone have any advice for using SS coils?

I have set to Ti mode, 420f, 18w and TC appears to work, my SS coil is 0.8 ohm

Thanks!

Sorry I don't use SS. For me I only use titanium.
Too much chromium in SS not good for my brains. lol 大咧嘴

This whole topic is no good for my brains! 微笑

Seems like every metal has its downsides, how are you finding the Ti oxidation?
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#4
(10-08-2015, 12:45 AM)Vic-EVic-E Wrote:  This whole topic is no good for my brains! 微笑

Seems like every metal has its downsides, how are you finding the Ti oxidation?

Yes but Ti is the safest and easiest to detect.
Thanks to Joyetech TC devices. No oxidation if you keep temp under 300deg C.
If you still don't trust what you are vaping, you can always check the coil for white powder.
So far so good for me. Can't find any powder since I started 3 mths ago. The TC is doing a gr8 job. 舌

SS is not so easy. You can try it and let us know how you go.
If I were to try I'll go for the UD branded ones. Beware of some cheaper ones using galvanized steel wire.

心JOYETECH - NO:1 Ecig brand 心
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#5
(10-09-2015, 08:42 PM)Smok_King Wrote:  Yes but Ti is the safest and easiest to detect.
Thanks to Joyetech TC devices. No oxidation if you keep temp under 300deg C.
If you still don't trust what you are vaping, you can always check the coil for white powder.
So far so good for me. Can't find any powder since I started 3 mths ago. The TC is doing a gr8 job.  舌

SS is not so easy. You can try it and let us know how you go.
If I were to try I'll go for the UD branded ones. Beware of some cheaper ones using galvanized steel wire.

I got some Ti wire, I've made a 0.15 coil which fires well, the first time and only the first time. If I disconnect the atty, select 'new coil' it works again, once. I have to take the atty off every time I want to use it

悲伤
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#6
(10-10-2015, 06:11 AM)Vic-EVic-E Wrote:  
(10-09-2015, 08:42 PM)Smok_King Wrote:  Yes but Ti is the safest and easiest to detect.
Thanks to Joyetech TC devices. No oxidation if you keep temp under 300deg C.
If you still don't trust what you are vaping, you can always check the coil for white powder.
So far so good for me. Can't find any powder since I started 3 mths ago. The TC is doing a gr8 job.  舌

SS is not so easy. You can try it and let us know how you go.
If I were to try I'll go for the UD branded ones. Beware of some cheaper ones using galvanized steel wire.

I got some Ti wire, I've made a 0.15 coil which fires well, the first time and only the first time. If I disconnect the atty, select 'new coil' it works again, once. I have to take the atty off every time I want to use it

悲伤

Have you tried vaping higher ohm?
Recommended to have it between 0.4ohm - 0.7ohm 眨眼

心JOYETECH - NO:1 Ecig brand 心
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#7
(10-10-2015, 10:12 AM)Smok_King Wrote:  Have you tried vaping higher ohm?
Recommended to have it between 0.4ohm - 0.7ohm  眨眼

I'm not sure how I would do a higher ohm coil, with Ti I've got to do a spaced coil right?

A bigger spaced coil simply wouldn't fit on a subtank mini deck
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#8
It seems there's quite a few people experiencing this issue. It fires fine until the unit 'goes to sleep' then there is hardly any vapour. Can we get confirmation whether this is a software issue and will be addressed in an upcoming update?

@Kermit?
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#9
(10-10-2015, 11:04 PM)Vic-EVic-E Wrote:  
(10-10-2015, 10:12 AM)Smok_King Wrote:  Have you tried vaping higher ohm?
Recommended to have it between 0.4ohm - 0.7ohm  眨眼

I'm not sure how I would do a higher ohm coil, with Ti I've got to do a spaced coil right?

A bigger spaced coil simply wouldn't fit on a subtank mini deck

What size wire are you using?
You should be able to get the 28awg Gr1 Ti wire 8 wraps ID 2.5mm spaced to fit the sub. That is about 0.5ohm.
Try bringing the ohm up and see if that will fix the problem

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#10
I can get a Ti 0.5 ohm coil when wrapping 0.3 and 6 wraps. I don't have a problem at all. I can't wrap "tight coils" actually I am useless at wrapping tight coils. Lol

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Madboy
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