Temperature control vaping is still a fairly new addition to the world of vaping that's extremely rewarding in ways you couldn’t have imagined. For instance, have you ever pulled a completely dry hit that left a terrible, burnt taste in your mouth for the rest of the day and basically ruined your vaping experience that day? Or maybe you just get a slight hint of burning from your e-liquid that no matter what, you can never get rid of? Well, temperature control on MODs was designed to counteract exactly those scenarios.
A MOD's temperature control usually works by presenting the option to set a Fahrenheit (or Celsius, if you’re a metric system user) value that no matter what the device will not surpass. The control system will closely monitor coil temperature, and the second the coil hits the set temperature will take over control. The system will then adjust power to keep the coil at a constant temperature no matter your pull size. Some brand new systems may also include a joules system. Joules are a slightly more accurate way to read power. Unless you're familiar with this measurement, then it's probably wiser to use wattage.
Not only is temp control implemented to create a more enjoyable experience, it was also created to shepherd in a new era in vaping safety. By creating a completely safe way of limiting temperature with no human input, the system makes sure that it doesn't overheat. System overheating could lead to many parts of the MOD becoming damaged, from the battery melting to tanks cracking and breaking. It could also lead to burnt out wicks or unpleasant dry hits. The temperature control system makes sure, none of these things occur.
Though most vapers think dry hits are just unpleasant, they can actually be harmful. Certain types of wicking material can actually burn and produce harmful chemicals. Furthermore, the range at which temperature control systems work offer ultimate tweak-ability. Since e-liquid taste can change between pulls due to the coil being not heated during the first hit and pre-heated for the second, to get that same taste, a temp control system will make sure the coil gets heated and stays heated. On top of that, the huge range lets vapers experiment with e-liquids at almost any temperature they could dream of.
Temperature control systems in MODs are currently looked at as a luxury. But when you break down exactly what these systems do, it almost seems like they should be a necessity. By offering both safety and more usability than ever, temperature control systems on MODs are some of the most appealing features on the market today.