2.What does the electronic atomizer RBA-RDA-RTA-RDTA mean?


DIY atomizers have different names. So far, four are commonly used, and each abbreviation has the letter "R" at the beginning, which means "Rebuildable-Rebuildable". Let me expand on the four "rebuildable" abbreviations to see what they mean:


What is RBA?


RBA is the abbreviation of ReBuildable Atomizer, which we usually call DIY atomizer. It represents the collective name of all atomizers with heating wire electrode holders. Users can install their own coils and cotton on it (called "builds-build"). Any nebulizer with a build kit (including more sub-categories below) can be called an RBA.


What is RDA?


RDA is the abbreviation of Rebuildable Dripping Atomizer, which we usually call "Drip Atomizer" or "Drip Oil". It is an RBA with an electrode holder on the base, which can fix the coil and energize the coil to heat the coil. There is an outer bin cover on the base, which is connected to the base using threads or rubber rings. RDA does not have an oil tank to store e-liquid, it is designed to drip oil directly from the top onto the coil or cotton (usually the top cover needs to be removed or dripped directly from the drip nozzle). RDA relies entirely on cotton to store oil, usually less than 1ml.


In the atomized population, it is generally believed that RDA can produce a purer and stronger flavor than other types of atomizers. Therefore, RDA represents a gold standard for measuring other atomizers.


RDA can generate very large smoke, especially when equipped with filaments with ultra-low resistance (0.05-0.2Ω) and driven with high power (100 + W). A very typical example is when used on a mechanical rod without any voltage regulating circuit. In fact, RDA is the star of smoke competitions held around the world.


What is RTA?


RTA is the abbreviation of Rebuildable Tank Atomizer, which we usually call "oil storage atomizer" or "oil storage". The utility model relates to a DIY atomizer, which has an electrode holder surrounded by a metal bin, and an outer circle is an oil storage bin for containing smoke oil. The top cover is connected to the central airway, which opens up to the drip nozzle. Gravity and pressure will force the e-liquid into the oil guide hole under the middle metal compartment, and the end of the oil guide cotton sucks oil at the oil guide hole. When the oil of the cotton wool is saturated, the heating coil can be atomized.


区别 The difference between RDA and RTA is the oil storage. RTA does not need to drip oil manually.


What is RDTA?


RDTA is the abbreviation of Rebuildable Dripping Tank-Rebuildable Dripping Tank. It is the most confusing of several categories.


Three years ago, the RDTA was an RTA (rebuildable oil atomizer) with a base, an electrode post, a cap, and an oil reservoir, as well as an additional component (such as a spring loaded by pressing the drip nozzle). Oil pump), which allows the user to manually control the amount of e-liquid flowing to the oil guide. A certain amount of e-liquid is added to the cotton pad each time the dripper is pressed.


Another name for these early RDTA's was the "Automated Drip Atomizer". This may seem strange, because the spring-loaded fuel pump is operated manually, but the "automatic" part means you don't have to stop and open the top cover to drip oil. It is "automatic" when dripping oil, which is very convenient, but it is manual automation.


Those early RDTAs were the rarest type of DIY nebulizer for a reason. They are complex in design and often have poor reliability. Even if they work, no matter how convenient they are, they are usually obscured by their complexity and instability, and by their very nature they are not easy to use. As of 2016, only a few of these "original" RDTAs continue to be produced and sold, most of which are exhibits at the Steam Museum.


However, the RDTA has recently been revised and redefined. Gone are the "automatic drip" manual pumps. In everyone's opinion, this is a completely new design that uses moist oil-conducting cotton to guide the smoke oil to the coil.


Beginning in the second half of 15 years, manufacturers began to produce new RTA (rebuildable oil storage atomizers). Such atomizers did not use "passages" for e-liquids to place oil-absorbing cotton; instead, these new A cotton atomizer is provided on the electrode base of the atomizer. The end of the cotton is trimmed through the cotton hole and extended to the lower oil storage bin. The smoke oil is introduced by gravity and pressure to saturate the cotton.


Another subjective reason is that in order to emphasize what they call a performance boost, manufacturers have named these redesigned atomizers RDTA. As mentioned above, the oil drop atomizer (RDA) is considered to be the best atomizer, so manufacturers will advertise their so-called RDTA to provide better performance than conventional RTA. This is muddy water because it is essentially a marketing strategy.


For this reason, the redesigned oil guiding system can indeed be used as a reason for renaming part of the RTA to RDTA; the latter reason is obviously untenable, but this is also the status quo of the market.