Learning About TC Box Mod Settings

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Most vapers can remember their first system, which was almost definitely a very simple setup such as an e-cig or pen mod. But, for a lot of us, the more experienced we become as vapers, the more we seek out devices that let us customize a lot of elements of our overall vaping experience. Many of us develop strong preferences when it comes to the amount of vapor we take in per hit, the boldness of the flavor, the amount of nicotine that we consume and more.

A lot of us have experimented with box mods, as sub-ohm vaping remains one of the most popular vaping styles on the market today. As you know, many box mods come with TC functions. Now, TC vaping, which stands for temperature control vaping, is considered an advanced vaping style. But this doesn’t mean that you can’t take advantage of it unless you’ve been vaping for ten years, or you’re a computer expert. It simply means that it requires a little more effort and care to get the hang of it. But, once you do get the hang of it, many feel that it’s absolutely worth this level of attention.

Temperature control vaping is simple. Almost every vaping device that we use is a variable wattage device. This means that we control the output level based on the wattage level. As we know, the wattage level determines how many watts are put out by the battery in order to heat the coil. The higher the wattage level, the stronger each hit.

Temperature control is a bit different. Rather than controlling the wattage, it controls the temperature at which your coil is heated. This allows for a far more customized vape, as different temperatures bring out different qualities when it comes to vaping.

Learning Those Settings

But, in order to enjoy temperature control, you need two things: a device that offers this option, and a basic understanding of how to operate it. To use temperature control, you need to understand what the basic settings mean, and this is something that you should familiarize yourself with even before buying a TC vaping device so that by the time you have it, you know exactly what to do so that you can start vaping immediately.

Temperature Mode

This simply means that you’ve gone from wattage mode to temperature mode, which initiates TC vaping. Basically, you can’t enjoy TC vaping until you’ve selected this setting.


Once you’ve selected temperature mode, you’ll be able to set the exact temperature at which you wish to vape, by the degree. The thing about temperature is that there’s no particular one that’s better than the rest. Every temperature affects your vape in a number of ways, including the throat hit, boldness of flavor and vapor intake. Experiment a bit until settling on the one that works best for you.


TCR stands for temperature coefficient of resistance. This has to do with the coil that you’re using. For TC vaping, you can choose from a small variety of coil materials. Each coil material affects your vape in its own unique way, so your device will want you to let it know which material you’re using. Simply go through the list that’s available until you find the material that relates to your coil.

Coil Resistance Level

Finally, you’ll want to set the coil resistance level. It’s very important that you select the right resistance level on your device that matches that of your coil. If you don’t, your vaping experience will not be successful. The coil’s resistance level must be compatible with the temperature that you’re vaping at, so take this setting very seriously.

Enjoy Your TC Box Mod to Its Fullest

Now that you know these basic settings, you can finally get started with a TC box mod. This style of vaping allows you to enjoy your e-liquid on your terms, so it’s definitely worth the time to learn what all of these settings mean. Besides, knowing these settings will ensure that you go about TC vaping in the proper manner for the most satisfactory results.

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