Are you one of the coils built haphazardly without really knowing how much your battery is actually burdened?
Then we want to advice you to check out Steam Engines calculator for Ohms law which you find on http://www.steam-engine.org/ohm.asp. The calculator is easily built up for you in a dead easy way to calculate how much a battery is burdened by inputting ohms and watts.
Fill out the following fields:
- Field # 1: Preferred ohm on your build
- Field # 4: What watts you intended to go for.
- Then in field # 3, you will see then how many amps the setup is actually burdened the battery.
With this calculator the battery safety is easy, and it’ll assist you in the selection of the battery and whether you should invest in amps or mAh. If you intend to build below 0.30ohm we always recommend a 30A battery such as the VTC4 from Sony, everything else would be misconduct from our behalf. And please stay away for 0.09 ohm builds, there is absolutely no reason for that, its just dangerous.
Examples of how the relationship ohms and watts works in combination with your battery amps:
- Example #1: A coil build on 0.15ohm burdens a battery with 20A even at 60W, while you can manage up to 135W with a 30A battery.
- Example #2: A coil build on 0.25ohm burdens a battery with 15A at 60W, 20A at 100W, while you need to exceed 200W to even reach 30A.
- Example #3: A coil build at 0.4ohm burdens a battery with 12A at 60W, 15A at 100W, and to get up to 30A, you need to have a mod capable of firing 360W.
In addition to the Steam Engine is also a variety of apps for your smartphone, search the app store or google play for coil build, ohms law or ohm calculator.