When you are connecting the BEC Pro to your mobile device, you’ll see a screen that shows your e-cigarette usage in real time. This screen displays the durability of your last puff in seconds together with the current voltage and wattage of the BEC Pro, the resistance of the connected atomizer or cartomizer and your total number of puffs for the day.
At the bottom of the screen, you’ll see five buttons. On device these allow you to regulate the settings of the BEC Pro and see a comprehensive record of every puff recorded by the device. According to SMOK, the second and fourth buttons are meant to allow you to plan your vaping pauses and change the color of the device’s LED. We are not sure if these are intended for a future variant of the BEC Pro firmware or for an absolutely different device.
The BEC Pro app makes controlling the device without a difficulty; instead of pressing a single button many times to regulate the power level of the BEC Pro, the app allows you to do so just by dragging sliders.
However, in fact, the real attraction of the BEC Pro is its ability to record the number of puffs taken day by day. As soon as you’ve gathered a large enough data set, you can display a graph tracking your usage and showing your progress toward any nicotine reduction aim you might be achieving.