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If my Smok Nord 2 is capable of going from 1W to 40W, does that mean it can do so no matter what coil I use? https://ift.tt/378DKOH

I just bought a Smok Nord 2 and it has VW from 1W to 40W. However, I read that it's voltage can go from 0.5V to 4V. So for example I'm using right now a coil that has 0.8 Ohms, so by using P = U^2 / R, for a maximum voltage of 4V, that would mean I'd get 20W. So, does that mean that the variable power slider is more of an "informal" value that you may or may not get depending on the coil resistance, or is there something I'm missing?

And, if I'm right about the informal aspect of the variable power, would something go bad if you're requesting a higher power than the device can physically deliver? Will it damage the battery or something?

I just bought a Smok Nord 2 and it has VW from 1W to 40W. However, I read that it’s voltage can go from 0.5V to 4V. So for example I’m using right now a coil that has 0.8 Ohms, so by using P = U^2 / R, for a maximum voltage of 4V, that would mean I’d get 20W. So, does that mean that the variable power slider is more of an “informal” value that you may or may not get depending on the coil resistance, or is there something I’m missing?And, if I’m right about the informal aspect of the variable power, would something go bad if you’re requesting a higher power than the device can physically deliver? Will it damage the battery or something?

Submitted October 15, 2020 at 03:29PM by 4nduu
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