Temperature Control Devices are mods that have the ability to operate at a specific temperature when in use. These devices must be used with coils that are compatible with vaping in temperature control modes. The most commonly used temperature control coils are:
Nickel Coils (Ni)
Titanium Coils (Ti)
Stainless Steel Coils (SS)
Do not use Nickel or Titanium coils in wattage mode. When they over-heat, they can release potentially harmful vapor byproducts. Always refer to your user manual for the recommended temperature range for your coils.
What are the benefits?
Consistent puffs - Each puff, no matter how long of a drag you take, will be the same each time. You won't have one hit that was too much or another hit that was not satisfying enough.
Avoiding Dry Hits - Since you can regulate how warm the coil can get, you can avoid "dry hits" which is the taste of a burnt coil/wick.
Flavor Production - Most temperature control vapers report experiencing better flavor production.
How does it work?
1. The first thing you need to do, every time you insert a new coil, is to put the mod in the correct mode per the coil you are using.
2. The very next thing you should do is lock the resistance at room temperature. Each temperature control mod should come with a user manual to tell you how to lock the resistance on that specific device. The resistance must be locked in order for the temperature control feature to work properly.
3. Once you have done this, you will need to choose the temperature you would like to vape at. Refer to your user manual for the recommended temperature range for your coil.
While vaping in temperature control mode, the wattage will fluctuate in order to maintain the temperature you've set it to. Locking the resistance is what allows your device to know when it's reached its set limits which will then allow it to taper down the output to keep your vape consistent and satisfying. Because of this, steps 1-3 cannot be stressed enough to any new temperature control user.