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Can anyone make a breadboard layout for this schematic? Answered

This is a stun gun.
there's also a video( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OqtAdJ2sCLQ ) but it would be easy if someone made a breadboard layout

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jbaker22
jbaker22

Best Answer 7 years ago

They use a perforated board. Do you understand how you would plug or solder it up? Check out the free samples instructibles to get free components to build it.

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Hafiz Mohammad Shayan Tariq
Hafiz Mohammad Shayan Tariq

Answer 7 years ago

I want a breadboard layout just so i can get an idea of how it's connected

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jbaker22
jbaker22

Answer 7 years ago

I do not know how much you know about electronics. Do you just want a photo?
Please give more details of what you expect us to do to help you. BTW with that much voltage in a bread board you may fry a connection.

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rickharris
rickharris

Answer 7 years ago

May? Almost a certainty

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steveastrouk
steveastrouk

7 years ago

NOT suited to breadboard !!

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Hafiz Mohammad Shayan Tariq
Hafiz Mohammad Shayan Tariq

Answer 7 years ago

I want a breadboard layout just so i can get an idea of how it's connected.

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astroboy907
astroboy907

Answer 7 years ago

You *can* do it on a breadboard, but it is so much easier to accidentally bump something and short it out, plus you are using 20kv- not something you exactly want freaking out on you...

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rickharris
rickharris

Answer 7 years ago

20Kv - I certainly would go near it.

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Re-design
Re-design

7 years ago

It's connected EXACTY as the schematic shows. The only thing that;s different is that the 555 pin numbers are out of sequence. Also they're right 20 kv is nothing to play around with so be very careful.

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frollard
frollard

7 years ago

If you can't comprehend how to build the circuit from this diagram alone, and you can't comprehend why you wouldn't want 20kv anywhere near a breadboard, then no, we will not furnish you step by step instructions to make this very hazardous circuit.