Safety Info and FAQ

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Battery Safety

What does an unsafe battery wrap look like? Let’s take a look!
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Battery wraps aren’t just for printing brand, voltage and amperage information on, they are also a key safety factor. The positive post of the battery, which is the small pin at the top, is what makes contact with the center pin of the atomizer. The negative of the battery isn’t jut a pin, it’s actually the entire outer casing of the battery and it makes contact with the threaded section of the atomizer.  Read More.

What is PWM?

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Pulse-Width Modulation, generally called PWM, is the process of rapidly switching a circuit between 0v and battery voltage. Rapidly switching the voltage on and off creates a square wave, which leads to a more stable output voltage. A few examples of PWM boards are: Murata, Raptor, Evolv and YiHi. Read More.[/fusion_builder_column][/fusion_builder_row][/fusion_builder_container]