Learn with Verizor about Variable Voltage Devices:
- High Voltages
When using the Verizor Volt or any other variable voltage device at high voltages (above 4.3v), you will be running the atomizer at high heat which will result in more vapor, heavier throat hits, and warmer vapor. Tip: To avoid damaging the atomizer, use shorter inhales at higher voltage settings.
E-liquid will also burn much faster, and you will need to refill more frequently. If you taste a burnt taste while inhaling, your voltage setting may be too high OR your atomizer is not getting e-liquid fast enough. Lower your voltage settings and ensure that there is enough e-liquid in your system.
- Atomizer/Heating Coil Resistances
Every atomizer has a fixed resistance on it. These resistances are measured by ohms. Atomizers with resistances below 2.5ohms work well with normal 3.7v e-cigarette batteries or Verizor batteries. Typically, the lower the resistance of an atomizer, the more vapor and throat hit is produces, at the cost of the atomizer getting heated up faster.
- How Does It Relate?
As a simple example, when you overclock the CPU on your PC, at safe levels your CPU will run at faster speeds which will increase the performance of your PC as a whole. But at the same time, your CPU will generate more heat as a result. And if you overclock it too much or set it's voltages too high, you will end up burning your CPU.
The same goes for atomizers and high voltages. For example, your atomizer is rated at 2.0 ohms and it works well on a normal 3.3v - 3.5v e-cig battery. However, you feel the need for more vapor and throat hit. By using a variable voltage device, you are able to use higher voltages to find that 'sweet spot' which works best for you. Say your 'sweet spot' is 4.0v , it is within safe levels of using a 2.0ohm atomizer. However if you set your voltage settings at 5v or 6v, you will almost definitely end up burning your atomizer.