Electricity levels are important when you’re dealing with objects that require electricity to function.
If your lamp was designed to work on a 9-volt battery, there’s a chance that the light will fail to emit anything if it gets below 7 or 8 volts.
The minimal threshold for the device to power on is going to vary based on an endless assortment of variables. My electric water faucet in my kitchen sink will cease functioning if just one of the eight AA batteries inside dies. I figured that the batteries wouldn’t be this sensitive on a device like this, but what can you do? It needs its 12 volts of electricity or it doesn’t want to work, no matter what I do with it. Cannabis cartridge products are these little oil tanks that have a mouthpiece on one end and threading on the other to connect to a pen-sized battery. Depending what kind of cannabis oil you’re dealing with in your vaporizer cartridges, you’ll want to adjust the voltage on your battery accordingly. If I’m using a distillate oil cartridge made with ethanol or butane extracts I’ll set the battery to 4 volts. However, if I have a live rosin cartridge I like to lower the power down to 2.5 volts so it doesn’t burn the rosin. Rosin is made from heat and pressure instead of chemical solvents like distillate oil. You’ll notice a huge difference in flavor if you use the wrong voltage, and not only that but you will burn through your oil extremely quickly as a result.