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It is good to know if the tiny shocker is on or not, by adding a wonderful invention called the "LED", so you don't risk get bitten by the shocker aga...
The best disposable camera you can use for this project are the "Boots" or "Polaroid" types, because they have everything you need.The "Kodak" type is...
Hardly anything is needed for this project but the tools, all of the important bits are found in the disposable camera...Some bits wiresAA battery hol...
Now this is going to be a fairly dangerous part, open up the camera and get the circuit out safely without getting shocked by the capacitor...First, p...
Okay, after you had took apart the camera and discharge the capacitor...Desolder all of the wanted components off the camera's circuit (I desolder all...
Okay, this is the difficult part of the project, making the shocker itself...Because we want to make this shocker small, it is a good idea to use a ma...
Solder the transistor's base lead to the pin 4 of the transformer and solder the transistor's collector lead to the pin 1 of the transformer.The trans...
Solder one lead of the 220 ohm resistor to the pin 2 of the transformer and solder the resistor's other lead to the pin 3 of the transformer.
Solder the cathode lead of the diode to the pin 5 of the transformer.
Solder one lead of the film capacitor to the anode of the diode and solder the other lead of the capacitor to the pin 2 of the transformer.If the capa...
Solder one lead of the 100 ohm resistor to pin 3 of the transformer.The other lead will be connect the LED.
Solder the anode lead of the LED to 100 ohm resistor's lead.Then solder the cathode lead of the LED to the transistor's emitter lead.
Solder the ground wire (black) from the battery to the emitter lead of the transistor and the cathode of the LED. Solder the positive wire (red) from...
Then, gently push all the components onto the side of the transformer and use hot glue if needed.
Okay, now you built your shocker and it is time to test it...You should get between -400 to -450 volts out of the shocker. My multimeter is reading -4...
Maybe more...You can connect the shocker in a crude and simple way by using lots of wires... However, it would be quite difficult to use with all thos...
Okay, now that you had built a shocker with a useful LED indicator, what is stopping you from going outside and electrocute your friends (and perhaps ...
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