What Is Temperature Control Vaping?
Do you find yourself getting harsh dry hits when you vape? Dry hits can happen during fast-paced “chain vaping.” They can also happen if you forget to refill your tank. Dry hits make vaping incredibly unpleasant. If you use your e-cigarette carefully, you can avoid dry hits. What if it were possible, though, for your e-cigarette to prevent dry hits by detecting a dry coil automatically? That’s what temperature control vaping does. Temperature control is a feature that virtually every advanced vaping device supports, and using that feature can eliminate dry hits and preserve the life of your atomizer coils while ensuring that your vaping setup always produces cool, smooth vapour.
Temperature Control Vaping 101
Are you curious about how temperature control vaping works? You’ve come to the right place. In this article, we’ll explain what temperature control vaping is and how it works. We’ll also tell you what you need to get started.
Temperature control vaping works on the principle that some metals and alloys change greatly in electrical resistance as they get hotter. Therefore, if you know the starting resistance of an atomizer coil made from one of those materials – and you know the material’s temperature coefficient of resistance – you can estimate the coil’s current temperature by measuring its change in resistance during vaping.
When you enable the temperature control mode on your device, the mod will use the TCR of your coil as the basis for estimating its temperature. Many devices also allow you to set the TCR of your coil material manually. You’ll then choose a maximum vaping temperature and set your device’s power level in watts. The wattage affects the speed at which the coil reaches the maximum temperature. When the coil reaches the selected temperature, the device cuts the power to the coil to reduce its temperature.
What Are the Benefits of Temperature Control Vaping?
What Does Temperature Control Vaping Require?
Temperature Control Vaping vs. Wattage-Based Vaping
By now, you’re getting the idea that temperature control is a way of vaping that’s completely different from wattage-based vaping – but is it actually better? If you suffer from dry hits when vaping or find that your coils don’t last long because you’re continually burning the cotton, you may find that temperature control is exactly the solution you need. Suppose, though, that you’re already happy with your vaping experience. Is it worthwhile to consider switching to temperature control? These are some of the potential downsides of switching.
Less Coils Available
If you like a warm vape, you may not enjoy the switch to temperature control because you might find that your device cuts the power just as you’re beginning to enjoy the flavour and warmth of the vapour. Temperature control is best for people who prefer a cooler vape
Taste is subjective. Although it’s impossible to say whether you will prefer the taste of a nickel or titanium coil to that of your current kanthal coil, it is certain that you’ll find the taste different if you’re a long-term vaper. You may switch to a temperature control coil only to find that you can’t get used to the flavour.