That is very cool Jeff!! Thanks!
Once I finally get a good understanding of the ohms, volts and how they relate to batteries, carts, tanks and amount of vapor/TH. I plan on posting a new spreadsheet/document that will hopefully put this into a simple to understand format. I know it has been explained all over this forum, but I'm having trouble wrapping my head around it and I know a lot of other people are too.
That is an excellent reference, thanks for sharing that!
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Only one issue with that Jeff sir, there's still other variables in vapor production and th. Give you two examples-
Person 1 is using 36Mg 100% pg cinnamon juice at 3.2v in a 3.0 ohm carto, person 2 is using 8Mg 50/50 pg/vg cherry juice at 5v in a 1.5 ohm dual coil. According to wattage numbers, person 2 should have more throat hit, but because of the vg, nic, and flavor they don't.
Person 1 is using a 80\20 pg/vg blend at 6v in a 2.0 ohm dual coil, person 2 100% vg at 4.2v in 2.3 ohm carto. Again by wattage person 1 should have more vape production, but because of the vg content person 2 does.
Wattage is only one part of the story, there's still more chapters after that though.
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Nice chart Jeff. Will definitely come in handy. I have tried fallowing it with multiple carts/attys with multiple juices and for the most part, it is pretty accurate. The yellow which means the power level would be too low is pretty much on point and as for the red area where it says the power level will start to burn and scorch is pretty accurate as well.