If your module draws too much power, the safety cut out on the power supply will activate, the supply won’t work, and the LED indicator on it will flash. If you are not drawing enough power, the cap takes ages to heat up to the click. Tuning your module is how you go about finding the sweet spot. It changes from person to person and from DynaVap to DynaVap.
There are a few variables you can play around with when tuning your induction heater coil:
– tightness of the coils. The smaller the diameter, the higher the power, and the faster the click. So to increase the power (and shorten the click time) make them closer together; to reduce the power, make the coils wider
– number of coils. The more coils, the higher the power, the faster the click. For maximum power, use all the coils; to reduce the power, bend the wire so some of the coil is out of the way
– position of vape. If you are only heating the very tip of the chamber, it might click too fast, but as a rule, the further into the coil the cap is, the more power (because it’s being exposed to more coils) and the faster it will click. Generally you want the whole cap in the coil; if you need to reduce power, try not putting the cap so far in.
Something like 5 coils at 16mm inside diameter (wrapped around a 16mm tube) works, but it is personal choice – terps vs clouds and so on.
One key thing: do not cut the wire that makes the coil, it needs to be the correct length, but you can bend it about as much as you like.