Invader III 240W Mod
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The Tesla III isn't just another variable voltage mod- with an upper 45A limit, this is a variable voltage mod for those who want SERIOUS POWAAAA.
While the specifications state a maximum 240W and minimum resistance of 0.1ohm, these specifications are recommendations, as the mod will actually fire slightly lower than 0.1ohm, and will actually output higher wattages with the right ohm/voltage combination.
The Tesla III uses two high-drain 18650s in series (at approx 8.4v), then "bucks" the voltage down to 3.6 - 6.5v, depending on how much power you dial in with the rotatable potentiometer.
The Tesla III is NOT a beginner's device. This device will NOT stop you from doing something silly, like exceeding the amp limits of your batteries.
VAPOUREYES WILL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY DAMAGE INCURRED BY EXCEEDING THE RECOMMENDED SPECIFICATIONS OF THIS DEVICE
Anyway, let's carry on. (sorry for yelling)
The potentiometer control knob is for voltage adjustment. No fancy LCD LED OLED screens here. You simply rotate it from I to V to choose the output voltage level. The stated voltage regulation range is "3.6-6.6V"
We've tested this mod with an oscilloscope, and measured the following voltages:
- I - 3.6V (lower limit)
- II - 4V
- III - 4.6V
- IV - 5.4V
- V - 6.5V (upper limit)
The tough zinc alloy finish is very rigged, and feels amazing to hold. Whilst smaller than a Sigelei 100W, it has a nice heft to it due to the metal construction.
Three people in the VE warehouse now use the Tesla III, they are very well built. I love mine.
Material: Zinc Alloy
Dimension: 3.5"(L) x 2"(W) x 0.9"(D)
Battery: 2 x 18650 high drain batteries wired in series (not included, we use and recommend the Samsung 25R)
Input voltage range: 6.6V - 8.4V
Output voltage range: 3.6V - 6.6V (Adjustable)
Max output power: 240W
Max output current: 45A
Min atomizer resistance: 0.1ohm
Reverse battery protection
Short circuit protection
Over-time vaping warning(the LED flashes when it works continuously more than 10s)
Voltage Adjust Knob
THE BLUE LIGHT
When users fire the Tesla Invader III, the blue light will activate. Errors such as low battery voltage, reaching the puff cutoff, or a short-circuit will make the blue light flash.