Step 4: Circuit Assembly
Anyways on my circuit I had to remove the Neon Charge lite and add a charge cap (since mine didn't come with them thats why they were so cheap!). On this project I choose a 1nF cap, the larger the cap the more this device will hurt and could very likely be lethal. So in other words use a cap 1nF or less rated for at least 1000v. I have had some camera flash charge circuits come close thats why i say 1000v. Also don't use a battery that has more then 3.7v output you will destroy the transistor on here quickly from too much current.
1. Connect up your circuit and make the required changes
2. Test everything out make sure you have no shorts
3. Solder your circuit to your inside case tabs
4. Test everything out again to make sure you have no shorts
5. Hot Glue your switch wires and circuit into place, as well as your battery holder.
6. Hot glue your connections to the case so that they don't break as the tin tape is very brittle.
Note's I have modified this circuit a bit and put in a battery charger for the cell phone battery since the pictures have been taken!