For medium and high-end e-cigarets, most e-cigarets will adjust the Watt mode for use. Have you tried temperature control TC Mode mode? Or do you know this pattern, but don’t know how to use it? Cheap Vape will explore this mode with you.
What is the temperature control mode (TC mode)?
Also known as temperature control in Vietnamese, it is a mode in which box/mod adjusts the intensity to keep the coil/occ/pod at the user-defined TC Mode (Celsius, Fahrenheit).
According to the manufacturer, maintaining a constant temperature is a safer guarantee for the combustion core, but in most cases, no temperature indication is given on the equipment or on the vape bottle.
Temperature control mode (TC Mode) – core basic knowledge
The core is a kind of resistance wire, wrapped in a spring-like cylinder, and the circles will not contact (or stick together) with each other.
The resistivity of the conductor (in Ω) determines the strength of a given combustion core (usually alloy) within the allowable current range.
When the electric energy dissipates into the wire, it produces heat, that is, when the electrons are dispersed by the atoms in the alloy, it is called the Joule effect.
When you purchase the combustion core (occ/pod) from the supplier, its resistance parameter will be recorded in a fixed position. Temperature control mode (TC Mode) with coil resistance.
The resistance of the coil is usually stable. When the temperature rises, the coil becomes a superconductor. Then, its resistance can reach the temperature level you set.
You can also use it according to your preference to reach the set temperature. Of course, it cannot exceed the allowable temperature too much. This is exactly how the TC Mode works.
How to calculate the TC Mode?
Generally speaking, the resistance (R) of the coil increases with the temperature (T). In the temperature control mode, the box mod chipset will measure the resistance at a very fast speed. Basically, the chipset increases the current intensity to a certain resistance value (R). The setpoint value (R) corresponds to the desired temperature (T).
In order to simplify, the manufacturer provided the ability to select α from the type of resistance wire used: nickel (Ni), titanium (Ti) or stainless steel (SS). In some more professional modes, you can enter α as a value.
This allows the use of unusual alloy types or new resistance coils to adapt to the market.
When is the TC Mode used?
The TC Mode is compatible with Ni, Ti and SS coils, with the exception of Kanthal coils.
Kanthal is usually a FeCrAl alloy that contains more impurities than any other alloy and does not provide superconductivity (linear relationship between resistance and temperature).
In fact, electrons are so dispersed by impurities that they heat the alloy with constant resistance. The special type of Kanthal can be used at industrial temperatures up to 1425 ° C.
The most common is nicotine, whose concentration cannot exceed 3% in Europe, but the content in some electronic liquids is as high as 6.0%.
The boiling point of nicotine is reached at 247 ° C (or 477 ° F). Spices can achieve the best flavor through the following components:
For example, diacetyl (fat flavor) used for butter flavor only boils at 88 ° C (or 190 ° F). It is higher (148 ° C or 298 ° F) for acetyl amino acids (fat mixture) with the same taste.
In order to obtain banana flavor, isoamyl acetate is evaporated at 142 ° C (or 288 ° F).
Benzaldehyde (cherry flavor) boils at 178 ° C (or 352 ° F)
Cinnamaldehyde (cinnamon flavor) is at 248 ° C (478 ° F).
Fruit aroma (ethyl propionate) boils at 99 ° C (or 210 ° F)
Grape flavor at 256 ° C (or 493 ° F) (methyl anthracate)
Limonene at 176 ° C (or 349 ° F)
Pineapple allylate at 190 ° C (or 374 ° F)
Candy (ethyl maltol) at 161 ° C (or 322 ° F)
Pure mint oil at 212 ° C (or 414 ° F)
Vanilla oil contains vanilla at 295 ° C (or 563 ° F).