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I have a few potentiometer mods, each with somewhat different characteristics. For example, with the Nasy PWM, one must build strictly to the capabilities of the batteries, but not lower than .3 ohms. With the Hexohm, there is a table which lists the potentiometer settings at which a particular resistance level coil might be fired. I have a Steady Moddin' SM233 potentiometer mod, but I hardly trust its construction…at all. With a common regulated mod, one may fire a coil with a resistance which is lower than would be safe when using an unregulated mod. My question concerns the Dovpo M VV. The specifications indicate that the unit may be used with a coil with a resistance as low as .08 ohms. This says nothing of the capabilities of the batteries being utilized. Is it safe to assume that one could employ a .12 ohm coil in a tank on the M VV, without regard for the amp rating of the batteries being used (as is the case when using a regulated device)?

Stated/asked in a different way…What I would like to do is fire a .12 ohm mesh coil using a Dovpo M VV. I have 30 amp batteries, but I would certainly not attempt to fire such a coil on any of these other pot mods. How wise would it be to fire the coil using the M VV?

Hopefully, I have been able to ask this clearly. Thanks, in advance.

I have a few potentiometer mods, each with somewhat different characteristics. For example, with the Nasy PWM, one must build strictly to the capabilities of the batteries, but not lower than .3 ohms. With the Hexohm, there is a table which lists the potentiometer settings at which a particular resistance level coil might be fired. I have a Steady Moddin’ SM233 potentiometer mod, but I hardly trust its construction…at all. With a common regulated mod, one may fire a coil with a resistance which is lower than would be safe when using an unregulated mod. My question concerns the Dovpo M VV. The specifications indicate that the unit may be used with a coil with a resistance as low as .08 ohms. This says nothing of the capabilities of the batteries being utilized. Is it safe to assume that one could employ a .12 ohm coil in a tank on the M VV, without regard for the amp rating of the batteries being used (as is the case when using a regulated device)?​Stated/asked in a different way…What I would like to do is fire a .12 ohm mesh coil using a Dovpo M VV. I have 30 amp batteries, but I would certainly not attempt to fire such a coil on any of these other pot mods. How wise would it be to fire the coil using the M VV?​Hopefully, I have been able to ask this clearly. Thanks, in advance.

Submitted September 17, 2020 at 03:38AM by seeking_77
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