shocking device t harm you (when you are young and healthy I mean..:)

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  1. not.regular

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    Hi guys

    Just joined, this forum looks good, so Im lookin forward to be the member of it;)

    anyway, I need help with one thing:

    need to make a shocking device - somethin like taser -> but - not to kill you or harm you in anyway -> but just to make you feel it - but cant harm you (when you are helathy I mean..:)
    I was thinkin about using a camera flash, but it seems it would be way too much volts and probably not the easiest setup for regular usage..?

    I found this diagram somewhere, - there was a circuit - very simple with a door bell, 9V battery, doorbell transformer and potentiometer -> and 2 electrodes at the ends -> I guess it was in order to make the 9V DC output into AC for the transformer -> in order to multiply the voltage??

    can somebody advise - what parts would I need ? (I dont know what bell, what trasformer etc would I need...

    thank you in advance

    Regards
    Peter
     
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  2. SgtWookie

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    Well, I'm afraid that you have just run up against our Terms of Service, which in part states:

    Now if you want something that IS safe which will simply startle someone, then consider a Joy Buzzer:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joy_buzzer

    No batteries required, either.

    Please don't attempt to make a device that will shock someone electrically. It can only take a few milliamperes of current to trigger someone's heart into a mode called "ventricular fibrillation" - the heart beats too fast to actually pump any blood, and the victim dies very shortly afterwards.
     
  3. Georacer

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    The ever vigilant SgtWookie explained the situation perfectly. This thread will be closed.
    Please comply to the terms of service of the site.
     
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