How does a vape system work?
My first retail vape was an electronic cigarette designed to look like a tobacco cigarette. Created by Joyetech, the famous e-cigarette Brand was released by the China-based company in the early 2005s. Then to Europe and America around 2007. Now different types of vapes range in design, power, and vapor-making ability. The basics of their functions and usage are the same as the first one made.
How does a vape sysytem work?
The same premise applies to all vapes: a battery source (vape mod) powers a heating element (coil) that vaporizes e-juice in a small chamber (atomizer). The user then inhales the vapor through a small mouthpiece.
A vape works as a complete system. No one component is the vape, it’s what you have when it all comes together. Many experienced users shop a la carte for mixing and matching vape parts, but beginners are advised to stick to pre-packaged kits with everything included to ensure appropriate compatibility.
The power source
The vape mod is a battery device, normally using lithium-ion batteries. These devices can come in many forms and sizes. They’re named accordingly, like box mods, vape pens, tube mods, to small designs called pod vapes and e-cigarettes. The term “mod” is a nod to the early days of vaping when users modified flashlights for more power.
Nowadays, vape mods have a broad range in electronic features and power limits. Some are more advanced and can be adjustable in watts (variable wattage mods) or even controlled in temperature (temperature control mods); others have no adjustability and require no technological understanding from the user.
The levels of power in a vape mod generally dictate the ease of use, as well as the experience required to safely operate them.
Low power: pod vapes, vape pens, e-cigarettes, AIOs (all-in-ones)
No experience required
Small rechargeable battery (unless it’s a disposable e-cig)
Normally without adjustable power
Medium power: AIOs (all-in-ones), tube mods, box mods
Some experience required
Battery safety knowledge recommended
Medium size rechargeable battery built-in or replaceable
Often with adjustable power (up to 100 watts)
Pocketable (though rarely concealable)
High power: box mods, mechanical mods
Experience is a must
Multiple replaceable batteries (rarely built-in)
Requires battery safety knowledge
Pocketable (but heavy and bulky)
Normally with adjustable power (up to 200+ watts)
The replaceable batteries in vapes most frequently used in vape mods are 18650, 20700, 21700 sizes. These cells are much more powerful than your average remote controller batteries—a firm understanding of battery safety is required.
It is strongly advised that new users purchase devices with built-in, non-removable batteries that can be charged directly in the device from a USB por.
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