ZMAX Telescoping Variable Power (adjustable wattage) VV APV, Rev.2 - Stainless by SmokTech Clearance Item
The SmokTech ZMAX
Advanced Personal Vaporizer is sleek, powerful, reliable, full featured and very well built, just like its cousin the VMAX. With this version, Voltage
is variable 3.0-6.0 volts
or 3.0-15.0 watts
respectively, using a single 18350
or two 18350 IMR batteries
, (all available separately). Check atomizer resistance and battery voltage too! The telescoping
design allows for different length batteries.
The newer Rev. 2 Zmax has one extra menu item (8) which enables you to switch between RMS and mean value voltage monitoring. The RMS mode is more accurate because it samples the output Voltage repeatedly while it is powering an atomizer or cartomizer. It is with these measurements that it is able to adjust for heat related Voltage drift.
With its 4 Amp output, it is sure to rock whatever device you want to run on it. This version has a blue button and blue
LED display that can be turned off. ZMax has the native 510/eGo
connection so it will run 510/eGo-threaded Clearomizers, without adapters. Run 808 devices as well with a 510-808 adapter
The Zmax will work with flat or button top IMR's and protected Li-Ion batteries. Please note the Zmax will NOT work with the Efest Purple IMR18650 3100mAh 20A Battery (flat OR button top) - it is too wide for the Zmax.
Never use non-rechargeable batteries in this or any other e-cig device! Only use the recommended batteries for this unit, it's for your safety.
Choose the Make It a Kit option to get batteries and a charger at a discounted price.
Do - Display atomizer/cartomizer output voltageDu - Display battery output voltageDr - Display atomizer/cartomizer resistance
1. Uu- Voltage up
2. Ud- Voltage down
3. So- Standby / on/off
4. Uc- Battery voltage check
5. Ds- Display change / Resistance O/Voltage output/Voltage under load 'live'
6. Lo- LED on/off
7. Up- Voltage power (Wattage setting)
Po - Constant power (wattage) operation
Uo - Constant voltage operation
8. Change voltage calculation method, RMS or MEAn calculation
RMS - More accurate (preferred), looks like ANS on screen
MEA - Older method used by V/Zmax (hotter), looks like NEA on screen
In the event of a fault, the following error codes may appear on your ZMAX device:
LOR - Atomizer/cartomizer resistance is too low
LOU - Battery voltage is too low, replace or charge battery
WSC - Short circuit in faulty atomizer/cartomizer
The ZMax can read your output voltage, battery voltage and cartomizer / atomizer resistance.
The price listed is for the unit only, packaged in a box with easy to understand Zmax instruction manual
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