Its shape is very masculine, it can even be said to be a minimalist industrial style, with only a small screen and knob on the outside, no USB charging port, no color screen, and no additional functions. All players need to do is to install the appropriate ones. A large-size atomizer, and enjoy the battery life and stability of the four-electric host.
On the operating interface, it is very suitable for my needs to use dual- or triple-shot atomizers-only the pressure adjustment mode is sufficient, and it even eliminates the need for low resistance to keep pressing the up button to adjust the W number, as long as it is easy By turning the knob, you can directly control the final output V value in units of 0.1V, which is also the meaning of its name PWM (Pulse Width Modulation), which has advantages such as easy control and stability of the output. Starting from 1.0V, the highest output reaches 8.4V (300W), and the lowest support is 0.06Ω. It is not difficult to find that it is set to be compatible with Aromamizer Titan or Glaz RDSA, which can be easily set up for three or four-shot The atomizer above.
The feeling of the output part can be described separately by the mechanism of PWM and the four batteries: the general box mostly controls W to determine the final output V value, but under the same V value, the lower the resistance value, the wider the W range , Not to mention that the resistance value is also one of the variables when heated, so Titan PWM vape Mod simply sets the V value as the object to maintain stability. Another point is the stable waveform provided by the four batteries. Many players who use single-cell batteries have the same experience. When the battery is low or the set W number is high, it often takes longer to start. And the output always feels weak. In addition to increasing battery life, multiple batteries can also disperse the burden on a single battery during work.
The parameters are as follows
Net weight: 200g (data found online)
Output range: 1.0~8.4V (300W)
Support lowest resistance: 0.06Ω
Maximum firing time: 10 seconds
The Titan PWM Mod is actually very recognizable by its size and lines, but there are also large SteamCrave words and LOGO engraved on the front. The whole machine is made of alloy material. So far, many atomizers have been disassembled and assembled, but there is no scratch or paint peeling on the top, which is very good. There are obvious rounded chamfers on all sides, and it is smooth and does not scratch when held with a tiger’s mouth. Although the net weight is 200g, considering its volume, the weight is not too much, but it is undeniable that after installing four batteries, I still use my little finger on the bottom edge as a fulcrum.
The other three façades are the scores of the Titan PWM Mod’s name, the product number, and the three pressure relief holes on the top for heat dissipation and pressure relief of the chip and substrate.
In addition to turning the knob to adjust the V value, it will also be fired immediately after being pressed. The pressing force is medium and hard.
The battery cover is fixed by a push-pull latch. For safety reasons, there are also three pressure relief holes at each battery.
The interface is the most concise in the box I have used so far. Except for the two sets of power displays, the rest are only the V value, the resistance value, and the current output W number. The knob is adjusted every 0.10V. According to the habits of most players, the main adjustment range should mostly fall within 3.0~4.6V. In addition to voltage regulation and firing, pressing the knob three times can also lock the output V value to avoid accidentally turning the knob when it is pressed or released.
The SteamCrave logo and words will pop up very quickly when booting up. Since the boot can be completed in about 1 second, it took some effort to take this picture
For the Titan PWM Mod, in addition to the 41mm Aromamizer Titan, the 30*60mm Arimamizer Plus or the new 30~31mm Glaz series are also quite suitable.
At the end of the article, the features of SteamCrave Titan PWM Mod are summarized as follows:
. The operation is extremely simple, with only firing, adjusting the output and locking the V value.
. Four 18650 ultra-high battery life and 1.0~8.4V ultra-wide output.
. In conclusion, it is very simple to adjust with the PWM mechanism.
. The line type of the output force is very stable.
. The paint and workmanship still have the excellent tradition of SteamCrave.
. A good partner for giant atomizers over 30mm.
. The shape is the simplest in the console I have seen so far.
Its characteristics are actually easy to be pain points that some players will care about. The most obvious one is the volume that appears repeatedly in this article. Limited by four batteries, the size and weight are difficult to take into account, but some players may even think that double batteries Too heavy and too big, in this case, Titan PWM Mod will naturally not be in its consideration. However, in response to the output stability and compatibility mentioned at the beginning, perhaps what Titan PWM Mod wants to achieve most is to let a few hardcore players know that SteamCrave always understands what they are pursuing.