CBD Vape Mod
TH-710 BOX Instructions
TH-710 BOX is R&D by kangvape technology, it has special design,can adjustable working voltage 3.0v-3.4v-3.7v-4.0v,
the different light display current battery power and battery power.It's beautiful surface,very small and convenient .The atomizer is smartly
inserted and locked in the box by a magnetic connector ,it can use all 510 thick oil atomizer.
1.Product name:TH-710 BOX
2.Material:Alumuinum and zinc alloy
5.Mod hole diameter:12mm
11.Advantage:Mico charging,adjustable voltage
1.Packing list of full kit:
1*TH-710 box mod
2.Packing list of battery:
1*TH-710 box mod
1. Power On/Off: Continue press the fire button 5 times , turn on the box, and the fire button light is on,enter vaping mode;
press the fire button 5 times in 2 seconds continuously, turn off, the fire button is off.
2.. Preheating: Press the fire button two times, the battery starts to warm up, the voltage is 2.2V, and the preheating time is 15S.
3. Power adjustment: In the power on state, continuously press the fire button 3 times to adjust the output voltage 3.0V-3.4V-3.7V-4.0V.
No smoking after 10S, enter the power-saving mode.
The current voltage is 4.0V , the LED light is white.
The current voltage is 3.7V , the LED light is green.
The current voltage is 3.4V , the LED light is blue.
The current voltage is 3.0v , the LED light is red.
The current voltage is lower than 3.0V smoking, LED lights flash 10 times red, indicating that the battery needs to be charged.
4. Battery power display:After vaping,release the fire button will show the battery power.Charging,the fire button keep blue light;after full power,the fire button is off.
The current battery power 70%~100% ,the LED light is white;
The current battery power 40%~70% ,the LED light is green;
The current battery power 10%~40% ,the LED light is blue;
The current battery power <10% ,the LED light is red;
5. Short-circuit protection: When the output resistance is lower 0.4 ohm, LED flashes 3 times white light, then stop working.
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