Tesla VV/ VW Kit APV Mod
The Tesla has an OLED screen, and features great, well placed buttons.
It is built well, works well and is definitely worth owning!
The Tesla is the same length as the VAMO in full size.
It has an ergonomically slotted tube.
You can use most eGo -510 style clearomisers/ atomisers/ cartomisers, etc…
This APV fits perfectly in the hand, is light weight, and very easy to operate.
This would easily fit into any seasoned vaper’s collection or even make a great beginner starter kit, for a diligent first timer.
What do you get in this Tesla Variable Voltage/Wattage APV Kit:
1x Tesla body
2x 18650 rechargeable batteries
1x Dual Coil Tank with Cartomiser
1X spare Cartomiser for the DCT
1x User guide
TESLA Variable voltage / wattage functions and features:
1. Constant voltage and Constant wattage(dual mode output). In constant voltage mode, the output voltage can be adjusted between 3.0V - 6.0V in increments of 0.1V. In constant wattage mode, the output power can be adjusted between 3.0W and 15.W in 0.5W increments.
2. Single cell 3.7V battery input operational voltage is 3.2V - 5.0V
3. Button adjustments allows you to choose between 25 possible wattage settings, and 31 possible voltage settings.
4. Atomiser resistances check function, which can test and display the resistance of the atomiser in Ω.
5. OLED display, which can show the battery input and output voltage, atomiser resistance, output power, or short-circuit warnings.
6. Short circuit protection, and reverse battery installation protection. If the battery is installed backwards, the control panel will switch to protected mode, so that is doesn’t damage the internal components of the Tesla.
7. Low voltage warning, will stop use of under-charged batteries and display the “Low V” warning.
8. Short circuit and unsafe amperage protections. the Tesla should detect external short circuits and disengage to protect the user.
The Tesla will also detect if the attached atomizer resistance is too low to safely draw current. In both cases the Tesla will disengage output automatically
Upon the Tesla’s system start up, the Screen will boot up with the word Tesla, if the battery is low the display will boot with the words “Low V” .
During the boot sequence of this device, do not attempt to operate any functions, but allow the device to boot into standby please.
When the system boots into standby, use the fast click (5 click on/ off function) to turn the device on. The word Tesla will display on the screen.
If the battery voltage is sufficient for operation, the system will turn on and display the message “System on.”
Upon first turning the system on, the output will be in a “locked” state, press both the - and + buttons at the same time to switch the unit into an unlocked state, and you will be able to adjust operations.
The large button is your activation button.
To toggle the device between on or off, you need to fast-click the activation button 5 times (button presses must be very fast, within two seconds.)
When the unit is off, there will be no output from the Tesla, and the OLED will not display.
When on, the Tesla will be ready to use.
The - (minus) button is the voltage and wattage reduction button. Pressing - , will adjust the current value of either voltage or wattage down, and the corresponding voltage, or wattage numbers will be displayed on the OLED screen.
When the unit is adjusted below 3.0V, or 3.0W, it will cycle back to the highest setting (6.0V or 15W.)
The + (plus) button is the voltage and wattage increase button. Pressing + will adjust the current value of either voltage or wattage up, and the corresponding voltage or wattage numbers will be displayed on the OLED screen.
When the unit is adjusted above6.0V, or 15W, it will cycle back to the lowest setting (3.0V, or 3.0W.)
To check the Battery voltage, hold the - button down for two full seconds while the OLED screen is on and unlocked.
The Screen will then display the battery’s current operational voltage.
To check the atomizer resistance, hold the + button down for about two seconds while the OLED screen is on and unlocked.
The screen will then display the connected atomizer’s resistance.
To toggle the device between locked and unlocked output states,press both the – and + at the same time.
To access the Tesla menu, hold the + button for about eight seconds.
The menu interface will allow you to adjust 3 Tesla settings.
1: When the interface displays “Power Voltage”, you can use this menu option to change between‘Constant wattage’ and ‘Constant Voltage’ mode for the device.
Pressing the - button will switch between the two menu options.
2: When the OLED interface shows the word “Power” the device will be set into constant wattage mode, and regulate itself via calculated wattage output.
When the interface shows the word “Voltage” the unit will be set in constant voltage mode, and will regulate itself via output voltage.
3: When the Tesla interface displays the words “LCD Display”, you can use this menu setting to adjust the content displayed on the OLED screen during use. Pressing the - button will switch between menu options.
4: The menu setting “Voltage”, will display the output voltage or wattage of the Tesla on the screen while in use.
5: The menu setting “Resistance”, will display the Ω resistance of the atomizer during use.
6: The setting “Battery”, will display the current output voltage of the battery you are using on the OLED screen during use.
7: The final menu option“ON/OFF” will toggle the OLED display on the Tesla to either active or inactive during the use of the device.
As with other menu options, you can use the –button, to toggle between settings
In the menu mode, the + button is used for cycling menu categories, and the - button is used to confirm the setting. Using these two buttons, you will be able to navigate the Tesla menu. The menu navigation will exit after no buttons have been pressed for about three seconds.
8: When the system powers down via the fast click (5 click) function, the OLED will display the word Tesla and upon successful shut down will display the words “system off”, which indicates a successful shut down.
9: When an atomizer is attached with a resistance lower than 1.2 Ohms, the Tesla display will show“Low Resistance”, and cease function until an appropriately built atomiser is connected.
10: When an output short circuit is detected the screen will display the words “Short”
11: When the battery voltage is below 3.2V, the unit will display “Low V” on the screen, when you attempt to activate it. The unit will resume normal function when appropriately charged batteries are installed.
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