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I have the pegasus but ive never used temp control. I put in a ni200 .15 ohm coil but its reading at .21 ohms. I've been trying to research it and figure it out but no luck. I haven't tried firing it because i dont want the coil to burn out. I dont understand how to lock the resistance either.
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  • avstin said:

    I have the pegasus but ive never used temp control. I put in a ni200 .15 ohm coil but its reading at .21 ohms. I've been trying to research it and figure it out but no luck. I haven't tried firing it because i dont want the coil to burn out. I dont understand how to lock the resistance either.

    Check your user manual....if you do not have one, here is a link to download it. http://www.aspirecig.com/downloads/manuals/download229.html

  • I do have the manual and i looked it up online. It says when you choose the Ni (nickle) setting thats it will ask "room temp" or "no". It says choose yes on room temp and confirm your settings and it will lock the resistance. Its locking the resistance at .21 ohms but the coil says .15 ohm on it. I read that it needs to read around .15 .16 or .17 for it to work right. The manual doesnt give instructions on how to use it or temperature suggestions or nothing.
  • @avstin

    Do not start a new thread on the same exact subject. I can't help further as I don't use Temp Control....Maybe @Cegoca or @Tina can help further..... give it some time for others to post their thoughts.
  • @avstin Most of the tanks are made of metal, and metal material will have internal resistance, because the coil installed doesn’t have direct contact with the mod itself, it will add internal resistance of the tank; not only that, the coil temperature will also affect the resistance. That’s why the resistance displayed on the mod is different with the original coil resistance. This is quite normal with all vape devices.
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