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  • Variable Voltage [[devices]] let you control how many volts you send to the Atomiser. This c [[Category:Variable Voltage]]
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  • *[[Variable Voltage]] **[[Variable Voltage]] [[devices]] let you control how many volts you send to the [[Atomiser]].
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  • ...sizes, also in a [[Spinner]] and [[Twist]] model which deliver [[Variable Voltage]] Output.
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  • [[Variable Voltage]] [[devices]] let you control how many volts you send to the Atomiser. This [[Category:Variable Voltage]]
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  • ;VV:[[Variable Voltage]]
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  • ...]]''' - An [[atomiser]] with a [[high resistance]] [[coil]] used with high voltage [[devices]] ...iode]]''' (Abbreviated as '''[[LED]]''') – A diode that converts applied voltage to light. These are commonly used in [[electronic cigarette]] [[devices]] t
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  • [[category:variable voltage]]
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  • Variable Voltage [[devices]] let you control how many volts you send to the Atomiser. This c [[Category:Variable Voltage]]
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  • The Z-Max V1 mod from [http://www.smoktech.com/ Smoktech] is a [[Variable Voltage]] and [[Variable Wattage]] device at a relatively cheap cost. * [[Variable Voltage]] - Adjustable from 3.0V to 6.0V (0.1V increments)
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  • The Z-Max Sigelei is a [[Variable Voltage]] and [[Variable Wattage]] device created by [http://www.sigelei.com/index. * Built-in OLED display allows you to visually adjust your voltage and wattage
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  • ...Provari]] V2 [[mod]] from [http://www.provape.com ProVape] is a [[Variable Voltage]] device and is at the higher end of the price range for [[Mods]] and [[Dev ...is a microprocessor controlled variable [[e-cig]] that lets you adjust the voltage with just a few presses of a button.}}
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  • ...//www.innokin.com/ Innokin] is a large battery capacity 2600mah [[Variable Voltage]] Mod. The [[devices]] come in several colour options and most often in a f • Operating Voltage: 3.3-5.0 V
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  • The [[Vamo]] is a dual action [[Variable Voltage]] and [[Variable Wattage]] device. * Voltage adjust:
    2 KB (234 words) - 15:45, 6 February 2013
  • The [[Variable Voltage]] device known as the Lavatube has come in many different versions over the [[category:Variable Voltage]]
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  • ...d, though experienced users often use larger [[devices]] that house higher voltage and/or longer lasting [[batteries]]. Whether user experience and device cha
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  • ...k/forums/member.php/3167-ZT ZT]]]The [[UDT-L]] 510 mod is a low cost fixed voltage [[Mechanical]] device that can take either [[18650]] or [[18350]] [[batteri * Fixed 3.7 Voltage
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  • ...the highest power levels if resistance is above 3 ohms. Unlike [[Variable voltage]] [[devices]], the Kick does not need frequent adjustments.Once you find yo
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  • ...Vaporiser|personal vaporiser]] is a [[14500]] [[Variable Voltage|variable voltage]] mod. [[category:Variable Voltage]]
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  • ...size according to the required battery and may also incorporate [[Variable Voltage]] or [[Variable Wattage]]. I am currently working on this full time and, if
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  • ...ay the voltage 'under load'. Simply screw/unscrew your atty to compare the voltage drop you are getting. ...the Kick,as it needs to know the resistance of your atty to calculate the voltage it will output before it will work.
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  • ...ping to a higher level the you should look towards the range of [[Variable Voltage]] / [[Variable Wattage]] [[devices]], and the range of Rebuildable [[atomis
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