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Pioneer 4You IPV4S Mod

Pioneer 4You IPV4S Mod

Pioneer 4You IPV4S Mod


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The IPV4S Mod is the newest release of the IPV4 from Pioneer4You. Updates include firmware tweaking to allow titanium wire temperature control funcitionality, 120 watts of power, and no more AC adapter hole.

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The Pioneer4You IPV4S Mod is the revised version of the IPV4 temperature control device. This model has a firmware update to produce 120 watts and read titanium coils, and also some minor internal alterations. The IPV4S addresses some flaws with the IPV4 and is a more robust device. The new device has no AC adapter hole, and no hole on the battery cover. Batteries must be taken out to charge. It comes with a mini USB cable, which cable is used for future firmware updated. A 9V AC adapter can be purchased separately. A universal 9V charger can be used with the device.

IPV4S Mod Features Include:

  • Built by Green Leaf/Pioneer4You.
  • Black mod – with black battery cover
  • Yihi chip – SX330 V4S.
  • Reads temperature in Joules!
  • Resistance reads down to 0.1 Ω.
  • Resistance reads up to 3.0 Ω.
  • Adjustable wattage: 5W-100W.
  • Output voltage: 1.0V – 7.5V.
  • Takes 2 18650 Batteries (batteries are not included).
  • Pass through mode is supported.
  • Fully magnetic battery cover, no screws necessary!
  • Auto ohm resistance meter finds ideal voltage for tank/dripper.
  • Voltage is calculated automatically as wattage is adjusted.
  • Wattage regulated via two buttons, -/+.
  • The IPV4 Mod Mini USB interface charging port.
  • Limited warranty – USA service center.
  • Aluminum alloy case with rubber battery cover.
  • Advanced LED interface screen.
  • Spring-loaded self-adjusting 510 pin.
  • Comes with Mini USB cable for firmware update.
  • A universal 9V AC Adapter can be purchased at any electronics outlet. This is used to charge the batteries. Sold separately.

Here is a new video with a more in-depth review on the IPV4.

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Weight 12 oz


Silver, Black

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  1. One person found this helpful

    4 out of 5 just opened the box!

    the ipv4 is sexy… cant wait to try it out with my new atlantis 2 tank. very disappointed it did not come with a charging cable as advertised… I really think ipv needs to correct the problem by sending everyone who has purchased the mod and the instruction manual says a charging cable is in the box a charging cable

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  2. One person found this helpful

    4 out of 5 Solid Box, Temp control works well.

    Been playing with this mod for about a week or so.

    Build quality is solid. No major gaps in the seams. The mirrored screen is the biggest con to the build. It is fine indoors or at night, and is almost impossible to see outside in the sun. There have been posts of ways to fix this issue, which you can easily research on your own if interested, though I do believe this will void any warranty you have.

    The menu system is intuitive and easy to learn. I was disappointed to see there is no button lock feature, but haven’t had any firing or major wattage adjustment issues with it in my pocket.

    Power mode works well and fires all my attys very well.

    Temperature (Joules) mode does have a little bit of a learning curve and there may be a few hiccups along the way. Make sure to lock the resistance on your atty after it is juiced up and has been sitting apart from the device to get an accurate “cold” reading when setting the resistance. Also, the device will read a “short!” error even with high joules if the firing voltage is very low. This is easily fixed by bumping up the temperature limit on the device. My best guess as to why this happens is because the device will hit the temp either before or at the voltage the device will be firing from it’s resting state.

    Overall, after learning how to get the most from joules mode, the ipv4 has been a joy to use and I would consider it a solid option for anyone looking to get into the temp control game. It is comfortable to hold, feels solid, and has a few improvements over the ipv3 in design and functionality.

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  3. Shayne

    4 out of 5 Nice upgrade to the Sigelei 100.

    I got this as an upgrade for my Sigelei 100, because the Sig 100 does not have temp control and it is a big mother to carry around day to day, and it was a great choice. It’s smaller, lighter and has all the features of the Sig 100 and more. The 5 memory settings for non temp control coils makes it easy to swap tanks and to change settings when breaking in a new Arctic coil. The slide off door makes changing batteries a snap. The only hits are the black PV coating on the edges has worn off relatively quickly, and the joules setting doesn’t save when you change batteries. Other than that, it’s a great mod and Origin’s price is the best I have found for a non sale mod. A definite recommend to new vapers looking to get into the 100 watt box mod arena and to experienced vapers looking for a new full featured 100 watt mod.

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