Ravage 230 internal resistance calibration

Discussion in 'Issues' started by peaceskimo, May 31, 2022.

  1. peaceskimo

    peaceskimo New Member

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    Howdy,

    im using the ravage230 for my temp control nexmesh subohm tank. I have a problem where I cant get all the resistance settings correct and its really annoying lol... I actually have two of them one which maybe fried from a big build.

    build number 200713

    Does anyone recommend some settings or know how to calculate it myself? I dont really have another mod to test resistance with, just a usb3 pico and a multimeter.

    specifically I want to dial in the shunt correction and the internal resistance.
     
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  2. tim_buktu

    tim_buktu Active Member

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    Howdy,
    did you sucessful install AF/RP one the ravage230?
    Otherwise you will not be able to change the settings.

    You can create a zero-ohm-plug by using an attomizer with a thick copper wire installed instead of a coil.
    Resistance should be close to zero, double check it with the multimeter or the pico for reference.
    You can compensate the internal resistance (if your ohm reading differ from zero) with the NToolbox:
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    I hope this helped?