Heating Concentrate in Syringe
Warming the concentrate improves fluid flow
Holding the syringe cap, dip the plunger with concentrate into a cup of hot water for at least 30 seconds or until oil reaches liquid-like viscosity.
As an extra precaution, the syringe can be placed in a resealable bag to avoid direct exposure to water.
Once warmed, gently pull the syringe cap off and attach the blunt tip needle.
Insert the blunt tip needle into the reservoir between the airway and the outer wall of the cartridge. With the cartridge held upright, press the syringe plunger to fill reservoir with a measured 1.0mL of oil.
Immediately after filling, insert and press fit the mouthpiece until it is fully seated. Mechanical assistance, such as an arbor press or channel lock pliers, are required to fully seat the mouthpiece.
Cartridges should stand for at least 30 minutes before use to allow the atomizer to saturate. More viscous fluids require more time.
Installing the CartridgeTwist the 510 Cartridge clockwise onto Power Supply until snug. Do not over tighten.
Activating VaporizerInhale on Cartridge mouthpiece to activate the Power Supply. For Standard and Compact, the light tip will illuminate to indicate activation. For Palm and Silo, the LED on the device will illuminate to indicate activation.
Charging Power SupplyTwist the Power Supply clockwise onto USB adapter (included) until snug, then connect the USB adapter to a power adapter or active USB port (not included). For the best performance, charge the Power Supply often after use. The light tip will blink 20 times to indicate the start of charging and will blink 3 times to indicate the end of charging. If the device is connected to an active USB port or wall adapter and the LED is not lit, it has a full charge.
Depleting CartridgeCartridge is empty when vapor is no longer produced after activation. Due to headspace, the cartridge may still produce vapor after the reservoir appears empty due to out of view oil absorbed in the atomizer. Learn More
Frequently Asked Questions
Jupiter Research partners with licensed extractors, growers, and producers that fill, seal, and deliver Liquid6™ Cartridges to licensed retailers.
No. Liquid6™ Cartridges are designed for single-use only.
It depends. Many variables affect how many activations an individual cartridge can provide. Factors include the duration of inhalation and the type of plant-derived extract.
Our cartridges vaporize oil at a consistent rate of 5mg per 3-second draw. Based on this level of consumption, a 0.5mL cartridge would last about 100 draws.
Cartridge is empty when vapor is no longer produced after activation. Due to headspace, the cartridge may still produce vapor after the reservoir appears empty due to out of view oil absorbed in the atomizer.
Liquid6™ Cartridges are compatible with all Liquid6™ Power Supplies. Liquid6 Cartridges feature a standard 510 thread connection found in many non-Jupiter power supplies and also include two airflow paths for auto-draw and button-activated power supplies.
Despite these considerations, we cannot guarantee cartridge compatibility with non-Jupiter power supplies.
If no draw-activation occurs, try the following:
- Make sure Power Supply is charged.
- Rotate mouthpiece to ensure positive connection between the Cartridge and Power Supply.
- Separate the Cartridge from the Power Supply, then clean the contact points in the device and the bottom of the cartridge with a cotton swab dipped in a small amount of rubbing alcohol.
If your product is within the warranty period and is not working properly, return the device, with the receipt, to the retailer where you purchased it.
No. Jupiter Cartridges and Power Supplies are not to be used for tobacco-derived products.
All cartridges may leak when transported from a lower elevation to a higher elevation. The degree of leakage depends on how full the cartridge is, how large the increase in elevation is, and the speed at which the elevation changes.
To prevent leakage, store the cartridge with the mouthpiece pointing downward.
U.S. Federal Aviation Regulations dictate transport or use of substances and pharmaceuticals. Visit the Federal Aviation Administration website for more information.