I build micro coils to my RTAs. 24 gauges for single DL and 26 gauges for MTL/RDL. All Kanthal, all above 1 ohm, 30~50w for DL and 15~30w for MTL/RDL.

Who uses micro coils still to this day?

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2020-06-30 17:42:48

I build micro coils to my RTAs. 24 gauges for single DL and 26 gauges for MTL/RDL. All Kanthal, all above 1 ohm, 30~50w for DL and 15~30w for MTL/RDL. Honestly I think the only difference between micro coil and fused clapton is that fused clapton has more low ohm and holds the heat better. But I give 5~7 volts to my coils so its ramp up is as quick as any other fused claptons. And it needs so low power(amperage) that I can use it at my lightweight WYE 85w for all day long. For dual coil, I admit that fused claptons are better choice. But imo for single coil atties, micro just rocks like a champ! Anyway who uses micro coils like me?

I build micro coils to my RTAs. 24 gauges for single DL and 26 gauges for MTL/RDL. All Kanthal, all above 1 ohm, 30~50w for DL and 15~30w for MTL/RDL. Honestly I think the only difference between micro coil and fused clapton is that fused clapton has more low ohm and holds the heat better. But I give 5~7 volts to my coils so its ramp up is as quick as any other fused claptons. And it needs so low power(amperage) that I can use it at my lightweight WYE 85w for all day long. For dual coil, I admit that fused claptons are better choice. But imo for single coil atties, micro just rocks like a champ! Anyway who uses micro coils like me?

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