VapeSling Voltage Drop Test

VapeSling Voltage Drop Test

VapeSling LLC has attended several great Trade Shows. In these Trade Shows we had the grand opportunity to speak with our customers face to face. One of the biggest concerns seems to be connectivity and Voltage drop. Our VapeSlings require installing a support cradle between the ATTY and the BATTY. Since this is the electrical connection, it’s natural to assume some power issues. However, VapeSling LLC recently conducted a “Voltage Drop Test” and found this assumption to be false.

Posted below is a video featuring JG from VapeSling LLC and Guy Addy from Vape2O vape shop in Henderson, NV. A Phantom Hybrid Mod with a Royal Hunter RDA was the device used in our test.

The Voltage Measuring device used is a Digital Multimeter. The Leads on the Digital Multimeter were “touched” or connected to the positive and negative posts of the RDA during operation of the Hybrid Mod.

The first part of the test was done without the VapeSling Cradle in place. A reading of 3.4 to 3.6 Volts was read on the Digital Multimeter.

The Second part of the test was done with the VapeSling Cradle installed between the ATTY and the BATTY. A reading of 3.4 to 3.6 Volts was read on the Digital Multimeter.

Results of the test: There is no drop in Voltage or loss of connectivity between your Atomizer and Battery when using a VapeSling…Even with Hybrid Mods!

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