What Kind of Atomizer Is Suitable for Temperature Control?

Frankly speaking, that the temperature control mode is actually the most suitable for use with the Cleaning Atomizer. Compared with the self-controlled temperature-controlled atomizing core of the RBA, the temperature control of Cleaning Atomizer has many advantages: large smoke, rich flavor, soft taste and prolonged use of the atomizing core. RBA’ s homemade temperature-controlled core tends to be lighter in taste, and after using it for a day, there are many black impurities visible inside the atomization chamber, but Cleaning Atomizer does not.


When the temperature-controlled Cleaning Atomizer was first launched, my starer pro temperature control core was used for a month, the taste was only slightly changed, the amount of smoke decreased, compared with the pressure-regulating finished core and the self-made temperature control core. Greatly extended. Of course, if you use smoke oil that is prone to carbon deposits, the life of the atomization core will also be greatly shortened.

In addition to the Cleaning Atomizer, I believes that the RBA class atomizer is more suitable for temperature control is the RDA drop. The drip atomizer with the temperature control coil will get the same experience as the Cleaning Atomizer. It has a rich taste and a large amount of smoke, and there is no need to worry about the exhaustion of the oil or the excessive power and the burnt cotton is picked up. Many newcomers want to experience dripping oil, and they are afraid that the resistance is too low or the coil is not well, and the temperature control function solves this problem well. The effect of drip with a temperature-controlled coil is a great experience both in terms of taste and smoke.


All in all, the finished temperature-controlled atomizer is more suitable for most users than RBA’s homemade temperature control in terms of taste, smoke and stability.

How To Judge The Pros and Cons of The Temperature Control Function of The Mod?

This problem is more complicated and there is currently no uniform standard. Therefore, I can only give you reference according to his own understanding and actual experience. Personal understanding is inevitably biased. If there is a mistake, please correct me, in case I knows and misleads others.

The coil is first heated to the temperature set by the user. When the user presses the ignition button to start inhaling the smoke for about 0.5 seconds, this requires the chip to heat up quickly. If the temperature rises slowly or the ignition delay, the user can not reach the predetermined temperature when starting to inhale, it will also have an impact on the temperature control experience.

Second, temperature control should continue. When the coil reaches the set temperature, that is, the resistance rises to the Ω value corresponding to the temperature, the chip performs a series of output adjustments. By quickly raising and lowering the output power, the resistance of the coil is always maintained at the value corresponding to the set temperature. This requires the chip adjustment process to be smooth, if you can clearly feel the chip boost, step-down action, I personally think it will inevitably affect the temperature (resistance) maintenance. Therefore, I prefers to continue the smooth temperature control performance by pressing the power button.

Just like the car’s “fixed-speed cruise” function, do you like the driving computer to maintain a continuous and stable working state or a “scrabble” effect with a significant increase or decrease of the throttle? Although both can be maintained at a specific speed, the actual experience of the user is different.

In Order to Experience A Good Temperature Control Effect, Is It Only Necessary to Have A mod?

When the electronic cigarette temperature control appeared in 2015 and was officially listed in the form of products, I once thought that if e-cigarettes want to get the best temperature control experience, simply relying on the mod can not be completed. For this new output mode, it is necessary to match the other fields in the industry to achieve the best results.

For example, the atomizer can adjust the structure and introduce a special atomizer that is more suitable for temperature control. The same is true for smoke oil. The ideal electronic cigarette temperature control should be a self-contained system, which is different from the mutual support of a series of products with regulated output to form the best temperature control effect. However, there are still very few products dedicated to temperature control services, so many users are still accustomed to using the voltage regulation mode. Including I, unless it is the temperature-controlled atomization core of the test atomizer, the pressure regulation mode is basically used in daily use.

In addition to the main controller to support this output mode, the temperature control also requires the atomizer to be matched with it. In the case of existing equipment on the market, if the atomizer of the atomizing core can be reconstructed using the RBA type, it is necessary to select a atomizerr with a simple and reliable structure to use the temperature control mode. For example, the structure of “Five Chess” is very simple, with few parts, and there will be no “jumping” under normal circumstances. The “KF4”, which is from the same family, is prone to “jumping resistance” due to its complicated structure and many parts. As mentioned above, the temperature control of electronic cigarettes is based on resistance. If the “jump resistance” occurs, the benchmark is not accurate, and the effect can be imagined. Therefore, we should try to choose an atomizer with a simple structure and a firm component.


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