Vaping 101: A Complete Guide to Vaping Temp Control
Does your vape get too hot? Not hot enough? Tired of a bad experience because you don't really know how to set up your vape for an optimal experience?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, this article is for you.
There's an answer to all your vaping issues! Vaping temp control will change your vaping experience for the better.
What is Vaping Temp Control?
Vaping temp control allows you to pre-set the temperature of your coil. Think of it as cruise control on your car. You set a speed and let the car do the work of maintaining the speed.
With vaping temp control, you don't exceed the set temperature of your coil. This lets you avoid burning your product. As the coil reaches the pre-set temperature, the power to the coil is limited or cut entirely.
Vaping temp control also keeps your coil from dropping below the pre-set temperature. This helps you avoid a dry hit.
When the coil temperature drops below the pre-set, the power to the coil is increased.
No matter what your vaping style is, vaping temp control keeps the temperature steady so that you get the optimal hit each time.
How to Set Up Temp Control
There are four easy steps for setting up temp control on any model:
Find out what kind of metal your wire coil is made from. The most common options are nickel, stainless steel, and titanium.
Lock the base resistance at room temperature. In other words, you want to zero your model at room temperature so that it accurately reads increases in temperature. Check out your user manual for specifics on setting your model's base resistance.
Set the wattage recommended for your coil type. This is the cruise control speed.
Set the maximum temperature. This is the not-to-exceed temperature.
Experiment with the Temperature
When you are first using temp control, it's always best to start with a lower temperature and increase from there.
The most common temperatures for vaping range from 392 to 480 degrees Fahrenheit.
Vaping temp control can usually be set in 10-degree intervals.
As you increase heat, you usually find a denser and more flavorful vape. Be careful though - increase too high and you'll ruin the product.
Choosing a model with "TC" in the name is a good indicator that you have a vape that supports vaping temp control functions. Vaping temp control is a newer function. Most people are more accustomed to wattage settings.
While wattage is a solid way to set up your vape, it does not provide the consistency and control that temp control provides. Temp control will also increase the lifespan of your coil, wick, and battery.
Vaping temp control can change the way your vape.
You no longer have to worry about burnt hits. You no longer have to deal with dry hits. You can know, beyond the shadow of a doubt, that every single hit you take is going to be a good hit.
Now that you've upgraded to vaping temp control, check out this article on the best vaping e-juices for 2019, and vape on!