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Wattage on NI TC
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Vapetrucker79 Offline
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Wattage on NI TC
Well I took the dive head first into TC on my Evic VT and I LOVE IT. But the one thing I don't see covered is a recommendation Wattage setting. From what I understand all Wattage really is just ramp up time. I had my power coils at 40 Watts so I choose 40 for my NI TC. 450 f .. It's rated at a .15 ohm . is Wattage really a big deal with these. 
12-11-2015 11:07 PM
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RE: Wattage on NI TC
Think of it in terms of temp is for flavor and wattage is for vapor, On a dripper I run Ti coils around 500 degrees and wattage around 85-90
in the shop we usually start folks on the evic at around 450-480 and 35 watts. depending on comfort level we bump the wattage up about 5 watts at a time.

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13-11-2015 01:25 AM
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