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PSA – Bypass modes in mods. what is it and what is it good for? https://ift.tt/2uhC6pT

There seems to be some confusion about what bypass mode is in regulated mods as of late and what it's good for so I figured i'd make a quick PSA to explain it

First you have to understand that all mods have limits. the most common one that is advertised is Power (watts) but mods have 3 limits for their output. Watts, Volts, and Amps. often at times these limits are overstated by manufacturers as well but not always.

For the example in this PSA I'll use what your average dual battery mod can do which is normally around 200 watts, 7.5V, and 40 amps.

So what does bypass mode inherently? what it does is output the most your mod can do with the resistance of your coil on it. It's the same thing as turning your mod all the way up for the most part (unless your mod has a boost circuit which will output higher then it would in power mode) but most mods don't so with full charged batteries you'll have around 7.5V either way output from the mod in bypass mode once you factor in sag and efficiency of the chip the idea is to make it similar usage to a series mech mod. mind you there can be some slight differences from mod to mod

So say you put on a .3 ohm build on your mod. it'll about around 187 watts and 25 amps.

now say you put a .15 ohm build on it? in theory that would be around 375 watts and 50 amps. but with bypass since it isn't actually a mech, it still limits the output to the big 3 so in this case it'll output 200 watts 36.5 amps and 5.477 volts

lets say you go to a .1 build? again the same principles apply and due to the 40 amp limit you would get 160 watts and 4 volts.

In short, all bypass really does, is bypass any settings or bucking of the voltage through the chip and it just puts out the max output it can within it's limits. It's not any more dangerous then vaping your mod at full power. It doens't bypass any safety limits built into the chip. it's literally the same thing as just turning your power all the way up on your mod and vaping it that. that's why i personally consider it a pointless and useless mode to have. Most non adjustable stick mods function the same way as well like the cascade one plus or eleaf ijust 3 or non adjutable mods like the ehpro armor prime, asmodus pumper 18 or aspire feedlink. you are much better off just setting your mod to what feels like a good vape for you.

hopefully this helps answer some questions and as always if you have any questions feel free to ask.

There seems to be some confusion about what bypass mode is in regulated mods as of late and what it’s good for so I figured i’d make a quick PSA to explain itFirst you have to understand that all mods have limits. the most common one that is advertised is Power (watts) but mods have 3 limits for their output. Watts, Volts, and Amps. often at times these limits are overstated by manufacturers as well but not always.For the example in this PSA I’ll use what your average dual battery mod can do which is normally around 200 watts, 7.5V, and 40 amps.So what does bypass mode inherently? what it does is output the most your mod can do with the resistance of your coil on it. It’s the same thing as turning your mod all the way up for the most part (unless your mod has a boost circuit which will output higher then it would in power mode) but most mods don’t so with full charged batteries you’ll have around 7.5V either way output from the mod in bypass mode once you factor in sag and efficiency of the chip the idea is to make it similar usage to a series mech mod. mind you there can be some slight differences from mod to modSo say you put on a .3 ohm build on your mod. it’ll about around 187 watts and 25 amps.now say you put a .15 ohm build on it? in theory that would be around 375 watts and 50 amps. but with bypass since it isn’t actually a mech, it still limits the output to the big 3 so in this case it’ll output 200 watts 36.5 amps and 5.477 voltslets say you go to a .1 build? again the same principles apply and due to the 40 amp limit you would get 160 watts and 4 volts.In short, all bypass really does, is bypass any settings or bucking of the voltage through the chip and it just puts out the max output it can within it’s limits. It’s not any more dangerous then vaping your mod at full power. It doens’t bypass any safety limits built into the chip. it’s literally the same thing as just turning your power all the way up on your mod and vaping it that. that’s why i personally consider it a pointless and useless mode to have. Most non adjustable stick mods function the same way as well like the cascade one plus or eleaf ijust 3 or non adjutable mods like the ehpro armor prime, asmodus pumper 18 or aspire feedlink. you are much better off just setting your mod to what feels like a good vape for you.hopefully this helps answer some questions and as always if you have any questions feel free to ask.

Submitted July 12, 2018 at 10:07PM by Anthony_Vapes
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