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1).2X 18650, IMR high power batteries are recommended
2).Floating 510 center pin.
3).Short Circuit Protection.
4).Reverse Battery Protection Circuit.
5).Battery Voltage Detection.
6).Resistive Load Detection ( Ohm meter ).
7).ON/OFF battery switch.
8).Visual Opening System.
9).OLED Battery Power Display.
10).Reverse Battery protection.
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Sigelei has done it again with their latest mod, the Kaos Spectrum. This light weight temperature control mod features 230 watts of pure vaping power as well as temperature control modes for a variety of coil types. It features an LED-light color band around the screen which allows you to choose between six colors to tailor the look to your preference. The color ring can be set to light up all of the time, when the devices is in use, or off completely. The curved edges of this mod make it extremely comfortable, and the over-sized fire button is easily accessible in any orientation. The interface is extremely intuitive and easy to operate. You can lock out the WATT/Temp settings with a simple 3 second press on two buttons to prevent unintended changes. Add all of this up with Sigelei's world-renown quality and you have an unbeatable device!
The Sigelei Kaos Spectrum supports high speed charging via the 5V 2.5 Amp micro-usb input. The charger features a battery balancing circuit to make sure both 18650 batteries are charged evenly. Please note the 18650's are NOT included and you should use cells only with at least a 20A continuous discharge rating. You can also upgrade the firmware via the USB connector.
The .96 TFT color display is crisp and easy to read. It prominently displays either the selected wattage or temperature on the left depending on the configured mode. Next to this is a 3X2 grid showing the current atomizer resistance, the output voltage, the output amperage, battery 1 voltage, battery 2 voltage, and % of remaining battery capacity. Beneath the grid is a large battery meter image.