Noisy Cricket V2 Capacity

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    Hi there.

    I wonder if anyone one can explain the capacity on the NC 2.

    I understand that batteries in parallel add the capacity while it retains the 4.2V as if its q single battery. Where as series adds the voltage to 8.4V but retains the capacity of one battery.


    What happens when I'm running it in VV mode? The mod is configured to be in series, but I am only using 4-5V (almost the lowest setting)

    Does this mean that i have the same capacity as a single 18650 even though I am using 2 batteries because the mod has to be in series to use VV.


    Hope someone can clear this up for me.

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    I dont know the NC2 @Jebula999
    But my feeling is if you have two batteries (whether in series or parallel), you would then draw less power from each battery so you should get more battery life than just one battery.
     
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    in regulated series you’ll still have the mah capacity of both batteries but you will only have the amp limit of one battery (same as running in straight series mode)

    Parallel mode splits the amp load over both batteries so you can build much lower and still be safe.

    Here you only have the amp load as if using one battery but the volts are doubles to 8.4v so you have to build much higher, even in reg series mode.
     
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    Hope that made sense and helps
     
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    I build around 0.4 ohms and run in regulated series, I get roughly a day out of 2 Samsung 25R's which I think is pretty good.
     
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    I’m about the same. 0.35 in reg series with 25r’s and almost get a day. Not bad at all.
     
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    Hi guys, I know this thread is a little old, but I am thinking of picking up a NC2. I have heard of people putting a Nano Aliens build in that ohm out to about 0.22 ohms in regulated series mode and say it is perfectly fine. Would you recommend this? I like just like the flavour that I get from Nanos in a RDA.
     
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    The max voltage the nc2 will output is 6V. in regulated series the dial changes the voltage from 2V to a max of 6V. Battery capacity doubles in either mode. one draws more current the other more voltage.
     
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    This infographic explains it quite well. but there a key differences between a normal series mech and a Noisy v2 in Series Regulated mode.
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    In Series regulated mode as @Hakhan said, the voltage supplied by the mod can be adjusted between 2v and 6v. Wich would change the type of build that you can safely use in the NCv2.

    Let say for instance you have a 0.22Ohm build in your Atty, and you have the noisy in Series/Regulated.

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    the Amount of Amps pulled at that voltage will be safe for the batteries.

    The problem with low builds like that is that it decreases battery life. Higher resistance coils in Series Reg will give you better battery life, but if you don't mind carrying around an extra set of batteries, it shouldn't be a problem. Remember the Noisy does have some protections built in like most PWM mods on the market and wont let you fire an unsafe build, but its always better to build within the recommended range for your battery configuration.
     
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    @Dela Rey Steyn Thank you for the info:clap:

    One more question, if I am in regulated series mode with a 0.22Ohm build would I be able to safely vape on any voltage between 2 - 6V if I have good batteries like VTC5A's in my Noisy V2?
     
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    Hi @hprovape

    At 6 volts on .22 ohms, you are pulling 27.3 amps. (ohms law I=V/R) - series means both batteries pull the same current. (voltage is split)

    The VTC5A has a CDR (continuous discharge rating) of 25A according to battery expert Mooch.
    Check out a Mooch table here and look up the Sony VTC5A:
    https://www.ecigssa.co.za/latest-mooch-battery-tables.t51605/#post-694583

    On that battery he says it can go up to 30A but he has three *** next to it - so read his comments for what that means. Basically, you can do it but it's not really recommended.

    You also have to bear in mind that you have to build in some sort of safety margin. So if it was me I would say aim to go for around 22 amps on that battery (i.e. a 10% safety margin) - which would mean a resistance of no less than about 0.27 ohms at 6 volts. Also remember that the coil resistance may be slightly out and the battery may be not 100% according to spec - hence the safety margin.
     
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    Just checking @Dela Rey Steyn - in your calc above of the amps - you used a voltage of 2 volts.
    Surely you should use the max volts of 6 volts?
    or have I missed something?
     
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    The NCv2 Wil not fire if the build is too low. But I also would not recommend vaping that build like that, it's going to be 1- very heavy on battery life, 2-not good for the cells and 3-unpleaseant to vape at those watts (for me personally)
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    @Silver Thanks for the info. I will definitely check out the Mooch table. I will more than likely just vape in series regulated mode with around 4.5 - 4.7V. Which according to other posts I have read will give me between 90-105W of power and and amperage range of 20 - 23A.

    I just wanted to find out the safety of vaping at 6V, even though I doubt I would go that high.
     
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    that is when having the Potentiometer set to its lowest wich will only send 2v to the coils
     
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    @Dela Rey Steyn Awesome thanks! What is the name of this app?
     
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    Vape Tool on the Android store. It's easy enough to work out your Ohm's using ohm's law, i just tend to get lazy :--P
     
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