Electro Shock Device Out of a 9V Adapter

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Introduction: Electro Shock Device Out of a 9V Adapter

About: Hi :) My name is Leslie, and I'm from Hungary. I'm interested in almost every DIY things. I like the repair things, or crafting them by myself.

Hi,

This is an old version of this project, check out a brand new one! :)

This is a shock device, what you can use as a taser, or a torture device. I have tried it, and I'm alive. The output voltage is about 600-1000 Volts in the maximum strenght. The power source is a 9V battery, so you don't have to worry about any mistakes, or failure, cause this is not AC.

I do not take responsibility for any injuries, or death.

So let's start this.

Step 1: Tools

You don't need all of the following tools, but I recommended these one, cause with these, you can make it easier. 

-Scisor
-Wire Stripper
-Hot Glue Gun
-Tape

Step 2: Parts

So, this is a list of all the parts, what I have used to make it work.

-Copper wires

-9V AC/DC Adapter (or 6/12V it doesn't matter so much)

-560 Ohm resistor

-DC motor (any kind can be good)

-Switch

-100k Ohm variable resistor

-200k Ohm variable resistor

-2 nail (not necessary)

-33k Ohm resistor

The resistors can be other Ohm, I used the 560, 100k, 200k, cause I have found these ones. No leds, or somethings like that is attached to the device, so the voltage is not a big problem. A bigger resistor, a smaller shock. That's it.

Step 3: Circuit

If you want a bigger voltage, you can just miss the resistors.

Step 4: Circuit - Adapter

Cut out the circuit board from the adapter, and connect the left wires together

Step 5: Circuit - Wiring (main Part)

If you miss the resistors, you get a very high powered "taser", but if you leave the resistors, you can get a fun shock device (like BDSM devices), and you can control the voltage.

I have used the DC motor for a repeater (or something like that to make the current continuous). It will turn on, and spinning when you turn on this device. Don't leave anything near the motor, because DC motors can burn out, if something prevent the rotation.

Step 6: Finish It!

We are almost complete. Now, you can put it into a box, like me, and make it much more beautiful.

I hope I can help you. I have searched for this (or a kind of this) circuit on the internet, but I didn't found anything like that (just similar, but I think this is the best)

Turn on the device, and have fun. :D

Have a nice day.

I do not take responsibility for any injuries, or death! I have tried it, but I don't know how you can make it. Principle, it can not injure you, but please don't touch the wires for too long time. High voltage can be harmful. Don't try this on animals!

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    18 Discussions

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    aladdin.genious
    aladdin.genious

    10 months ago

    IIn the wiring diagram, on the adapter. Is the input side, the side where 9 volt came out or where 230v went in before altering it?

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    Sp1k33
    Sp1k33

    Reply 10 months ago

    Your input side is where the 9V usually came out. That way, to voltage is transformed up with a ratio of 230:9, which means you will have around 25*9V on your output (which was originally the wall plug side)

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    Riley M McKenna
    Riley M McKenna

    Question 2 years ago on Step 2

    What solder should be used for this?

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    Sp1k33
    Sp1k33

    Reply 1 year ago

    I used regual, lead-free solder, 0,7mm. Which I use for most of my projects containing tiny electric circuits.

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    Sp1k33
    Sp1k33

    Answer 2 years ago

    I used regular solder, nothing specific.

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    Saeed Nazarian
    Saeed Nazarian

    7 years ago on Step 6

    hi, thanks for post. a question!! why you dont use an inductor instead of motor? what is motor duty in this circuit?

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    Sp1k33
    Sp1k33

    Reply 2 years ago

    This circuit without a motor would only give on shock, when the battery is disconnected. With the motor there are many discharges without releasing a button. It can be replaced by a 250V relay.

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    Sp1k33
    Sp1k33

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    Hi,
    The duty is of the motor to make the currect continuous, because if you just connect the battery to the adapter, it will give you a single shock. With the motor, it is a continuous current (like in tasers).
    I hope I can help you

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    Luckyman16
    Luckyman16

    Reply 4 years ago

    Can we use capister and diode insted of moyer plz tel

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    Sp1k33
    Sp1k33

    Reply 2 years ago

    You can use a relay and capacitors, to manage the "speed" of switching

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    OdairB
    OdairB

    Reply 4 years ago

    Not exactly. The motor is acting like a switch, closing and opening the circuit for the transformer (adapter) to operate. The current is an intermitent one. What seems a single shock is actually a lot of shocks with tiny time intervals between them. If you replace the adapter with a speaker, you will hear a buzz.

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    Sp1k33
    Sp1k33

    Reply 4 years ago

    Since then I learned a lot more about electronics, you are 100% right, thats what I wanted to tell but I used "continuous" the bad way.

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    Luckyman16
    Luckyman16

    4 years ago

    Can we use capister and diode insted of moter

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    Sp1k33
    Sp1k33

    Reply 4 years ago

    I guess you can. I managed to operate with a relay instead of the motor. If you are not familiar with relays, check youtube: Lucid Sciences relay video. That helped me to integrate it into the circuit.

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    VaggelisB1
    VaggelisB1

    Reply 3 years ago

    Can you tell me the exact specs of the relay you used?

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    Sp1k33
    Sp1k33

    Reply 2 years ago

    250V Omron relay if I remember correctly

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    philipsloman
    philipsloman

    3 years ago

    Hi, Is the motor basically behaving as an interrupter of the current ? Phil

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    Sp1k33
    Sp1k33

    Reply 2 years ago

    It acts like a relay (I made it before I had knowledge of relays), so basically yes, it is an interrupter.