Therion DNA75 by Lost Vape Limeted Italien Leather !
und auch in Black bald erhältlich !
Dual 18650 Batteries
2. STANDARD PACKAGE
3. MAIN FEATURES
4. EVOLV DNA 75
6. BASIC OPERATION OF DNA 75
9. ERROR MESSGAES
10. INSTALLING AND CHARGING THE BATTERIES
The Therion DNA 75 is a device that makes a big step away from our traditional E-line design. Utilizing the brand new DNA75 board from Evolv, The Therion is constructed from die cast zinc alloy, a durable and lightweight blend. The Therion DNA 75 has a beautiful and compact British design captures the imagination with genuine leather battery cover, and wood inlays.
The front of the Therion DNA 75 features a high-definition OLED screen, activation button with a programmable multicolor LED indicator, adjustment buttons and USB charging port.
It is the dual battery cell in parallel design that impresses the Therion DNA 75. The device utilizes two replaceable 18650 batteries (sold separately), over the standard one-cell setup. Lost Vape chose a two-cell design in order to allow the device to perform the DNA 75 chip in its prime features, for a long, stable and steady performance.
The magnetic cover for battery housing makes effortless to switch batteries. The Therion DNA 75 can be charged externally or internally with the included USB charging cable.
The 510 connector is made from solid stainless steel for long life usage, and the spring loaded positive pin is nickel plated brass for accurate temp control and resistance readings.
In order to satisfy and spare vapers? needs and time, Lost Vape Therion DNA 75 provides preset profiles in Nickel (Ni200), Titanium (Ti) and Stainless Steel (SS) coil builds for ready to go.
2. STANDARD PACKAGE
1 x Therion DNA 75 Device
1 x Retractable USB Charging Cable
1 x Therion Gift Box
1 x Therion USER Manual
Dual 18650s in Parallel
Programmable Multicolor LED Indicator
OLED Screen Display
USB Port (Charging & Update Firmware)
510 Atomizer Connector
3. MAIN FEATURES
Powered by Evolv DNA75 temperature protection board
Escribe Software/Firmware Upgradable
Genuine Leather Battery Cover
Ebony Wood Inlays
Die Cast Zinc Alloy Body
Dual 18650 parallel cells setup for long-lasting power
Temperature Limit: 200°F - 600°F
Output power: 1Watt - 75Watts
Stainless steel 510 atomizer connector
Spring loaded nickel plated brass center pin
Integrated 1Amp micro-USB on-board balanced charger (cord included)
Pass-thru charging functionality
4. EVOLV DNA 75
The DNA 75 is a power regulated digital switch-mode DC-DC converter for personal vaporizers. It features Evolv?s patented Wattage Control, Temperature Protection, Preheat, OLED Screen, Reverse Polarity Protection, onboard programmable multicolor LED and waterproof onboard buttons. The USB port and Evolv?s EScribe software can be used to customize or monitor the user experience. The DNA 75 runs from a single lithium polymer or lithium ion battery, and features battery monitoring and integrated 1A charger.
Output Current, continuous
Output Current, instantaneous peak
Atomizer Resistance, temperature sensing wire, cold
Atomizer Resistance, Kanthal wire
Screen On Current
Power Down Current
.71? x 2.60?
18mm x 66mm
The following graphs show the output power range of the DNA 75 as a function of the coil resistance.
The DNA 75 directly measures and limits the temperature of the heating coil during operation. By preventing the coil from becoming too hot regardless of fluid, wicking or airflow, a variety of undesirable situations can be prevented. For example, appropriate temperature settings will prevent the wicking material from charring, which compromises taste and introduces unintended chemicals into the vapor. Appropriate temperature settings will also reduce the breakdown of flavoring and base liquid components, which could impact taste or safety.
Evolv?s Temperature Protection Technology requires a heating coil made from Nickel 200 alloy or other materials with a well-defined temperature coefficient of resistance, rather than Nickel Chromium or Kanthal alloys. If the temperature reaches the maximum value, the wattage applied to the atomizer coil is reduced to prevent overheating. Please note that the temperature reading is the average temperature of the atomizer coil, and care should be taken to construct the heating coil so that the temperature is uniform, without hot or cold spots.
Because wattage, not temperature controls vapor volume, large vapor volumes can be produced without unnecessarily high temperatures. Temperature Protection is most helpful if the atomizer begins to dry out, the user pauses during a puff, the beginning or end of the puff, or if the wattage setting is inappropriate for the attached atomizer.
In normal operation, when the device is not firing the maximum temperature setting is displayed on the screen. When the device is firing, the actual average temperature of the coil is displayed on the screen.
By default, the Temperature Protection setting is 450° Fahrenheit. To change the limit
1) Lock the device by pressing the Fire button five times.
2) Hold down the UP and DOWN adjust buttons for two seconds.
3) After two seconds, the maximum temperature will be displayed, and the UP and DOWN buttons should be released.
4) Use the UP and DOWN buttons to adjust the maximum temperature
5) When the display shows the desired maximum temperature, press the Fire button to exit temperature adjust mode.
The maximum temperature is adjustable between 200° Fahrenheit and 600° Fahrenheit. To disable the temperature protection entirely, adjust the limit up to 600 degrees, then press the UP button one additional time. The temperature limit will read OFF.
To switch to Celsius temperature, adjust temperature down to 200° Fahrenheit, then press the DOWN one button one additional time. The temperature will switch to reading and adjusting in Celsius.
When the DNA 75 is used with a temperature sensing atomizer, an additional feature called Preheat is activated. No vapor is produced when the temperature is below the boiling point of the liquid. Preheat applies extra power until the heating coil is up to operating temperature to shorten the
delay between pressing the fire button and generating vapor. Because preheat is temperature based, it will not overheat or burn the vapor.
Attaching a New Atomizer
The DNA 75 uses the resistance of the atomizer to calculate the temperature of the heating coil. It continually looks to see whether a new or changed atomizer has been connected. If you are using temperature protection, be careful to only attach new atomizers that have cooled to room temperature. If a new atomizer is attached to the DNA 75 before it has cooled down, the temperature may read and protect incorrectly until the new atomizer cools.
When you connect a new atomizer or disconnect and reconnect your existing atomizer, the DNA 75 will prompt you to confirm this change. When you fire the first time, before activating the DNA 75 will prompt ?New Coil? UP YES/DOWN NO?. When you see this prompt, if you have attached a new atomizer, press the UP button. If you have disconnected and reconnected the same atomizer, press the DOWN button.
Escribe is a software package used to configure, monitor and modify the operation of your DNA 75. It installs on a Windows PC and connects to your DNA 75 using the USB port. Escribe has a separate manual and tutorials which can be found on Evolv?s site. Users must go to the Escribe and update the latest firmware before using the device.
6. BASIC OPERATION OF DNA 75
To wake the device from power off state, tap the Fire button. To generate vapor, press the Fire button. To change the wattage setting for more or less vapor, click or hold the Up and Down buttons.
The DNA 75 has a small .91? diagonal white OLED screen.
Watt setting: The power level currently set on the DNA 75.
Battery indicator: The current state of charge of the battery.
Temperature display: When not firing, the maximum heating coil temperature setting. While firing, the actual temperature of the heating coil is displayed.
Volts display: The output voltage being supplied to the atomizer.
Ohms display: The resistance of the atomizer attached to the device. When using a temperature sensing coil, this is the normalized resistance of the coil at 70°F