I've been using an Aspire CF Mod for a number of weeks now and I'm wondering what coil resistance I can fire with it.
I have tried use it with the Nautilus, Triton and a sub tank G.
I know there is some level of protection built in to it, but I'm wondering if I could end up firing it with too much power if a coil resistance is too high?
I've been looking for technical specs and can't find decent information - I've found lots of conflicting information with some sites/users referring to it as a Mech Mod but it doesn't fit my definition of a mech mod...
The main Aspire page https://www.aspirecig.com/products/MOD/mod184.html
doesn't state what range of resistances it can fire.
The CF Sub Ohm is stated to fire resistances of 0.3 to 1 ohm on https://www.aspirecig.com/products/MOD/mod185.html
Is there a similar rating for the CF Mod?
Is the CF Mod dialling back the power when a higher resistance coil is used? Or does it stick to pushing voltage meaning that the wattage isn't so high when a higher resistance coil is used? And does this mean it could be pushing more wattage when using a sub ohm coil?
For example the 0.4 ohm coil in the Triton being fired at 4.2V would equate to 10.5A and 44.1 Watts - but that coil is rated at 25-30W - does this mean too much wattage is being pushed through the coil or is there some other form of limiting going on here?
If anyone can point me in the direction of some more detailed tech specs that would be great :)