Introduction: Try 150 Volts Through a Transistor

try it its fun but stand way back DISCLAMER I AM NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY HARM DONE FROM THIS

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qmllsdlfik (author)2010-08-08

cool

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Berkin (author)2009-03-04

LOL, good job.

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cyrozap (author)2009-03-03

Most things will explode if 150V is applied: LEDs, ICs, people, etc.

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goeon (author)cyrozap2009-03-03

people lol

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Xellers (author)2009-03-03

Yes, but that depends upon which kind of transistor you try it on. If you do it with a poor little 2N3904, then boom! But good luck trying to get a big sucker from a power inverter to explode. While I don't doubt that you would easily be able to kill it with some overvoltage, try to make it EXPLODE. Of course, I don't know of you have a 2kJ capacitor bank in your backyard, but.... http://tesladownunder.com/Pulse_Power.htm

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... i don't know if its 2kj but i got a box of microwave caps... most of them are popcan sized, exept for one... its about the size of a football, i'm terrified of it.

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goeon (author)Xellers2009-03-03

that is an epic capacitor bank im just using an average 120v from a wall outlet

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