Destroy Any Device With EMP Jammer

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Imagine that you have powers to stop any electronic device, is it only possible in movies?

well here's the way to make an emp jammer (Electromagnetic pulse jammer)

This device sends high amplitudes of emp to destroy nearby devices, be sure to have fun using this, but be careful this jammer involves thousands of volts which can lead to heart attack or death even (if not used properly)

DON'T USE THIS DEVICE NEARBY ANY MEDICAL EQUIPMENT LIKE PACEMAKERS ETC.


Watch the video

https://youtu.be/l7UMJL3rB3Q

https://youtu.be/4ldKP0aGIhY

Step 1: Get the Parts

Part list

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1. 32 gauge Magnet Wire http://geni.us/ITPUbly

2. Plastic Project Box http://geni.us/C2eA

3. Push Switch ×2 http://geni.us/TcAmVuf

4. Some kind of glue http://geni.us/FAC7w

5. Hot glue (if you need) http://geni.us/lBnlm

6. 3.7 v battery http://geni.us/8V2i1

7. 7000 volt High Voltage Converter http://geni.us/oFb09C

Step 2: Connecting Togather

make a coil of 32 gauge copper wire with 5 turns connect an push switch (i call it spark gap) and high voltage converter in series with coil.

connect an push switch to control power to the high voltage converter .

Step 3: See the Tutorial

2 People Made This Project!

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63 Discussions

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iceng

Tip 5 months ago

This is a fake project and CAN'T produce an insect flicker let alone any

Electro Magnetic Pulse ..... to damage semiconductor intrinsic diodes..

Especially the TOY PUSH BUTTONS can't carry any amount of current in the tiny wire or they would Weld Shut if the current was correct..

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ienu2306

Question 5 months ago on Introduction

sir ye capisiter kha mil skta h jha me rheta hu wha nhi mil pa rha h ye

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PrakharMishra

Tip 9 months ago

Use more turns in the coil

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OnproO

1 year ago

You can kill a person with a pacemaker. :-(

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cjkessler

1 year ago

Something like this would be great in a movie theatre

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SurplusS

1 year ago

why higher voltage makes greater magnetic field? Doesn't the higher voltage mean lower current and consequently generates weaker magnetic field?(P = IV, also I can't fully understand how the spark gap plays in the circuit. When there is high voltage, electric can go through the spark gap frequently and that makes a pulse, right?

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ResponseRobotSurplusS

Reply 1 year ago

I believe the spark gap provides quick and easy timing circuit that allows the coil to produce many pulses a second rather than one single long pulse.

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PiloT2

1 year ago

what is the range of this device ? would it work through a brick wall ?

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cyanandspace

2 years ago

if somebody could make this for me and send it to me, I would be eternally grateful, and it may even come with a cash reward ;)

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knuf

1 year ago

all U need is a small obergine! India

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CalebB43

2 years ago

I would like to build something like this, not to destroy anyone's belongings but to simply make a jammer for my car. I was involved in an accident by someone texting and driving, is there a way to make one without harming electronics and have a small radius? Pretty much to keep people off their phones while I'm next to them driving? Only if it's legal too. I haven't some much research on it.


Bannister313@gmail.com

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squishyaltCalebB43

Reply 1 year ago

You can, but it's illegal and easy to trace.

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Gorilla22

1 year ago

So, you can change the frequency of the spark gap on the bottom. That's cool and all, but what difference would it make to have a larger or smaller spark gap? Does that make it more or less powerful? It looks amazing and I want to build it, I just don't understand the point of being able to change the spark gap.

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keshavg14

2 years ago

Hey kedar!! I think the wire you used was not 32 gauze. It was less.

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WEB10181980

2 years ago

What is the effective range of one of these things?

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Stripo

2 years ago

What should I do if I left the red wire touch the battery overnight (and now it won't work)?

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StripoStripo

Reply 2 years ago

UPDATE: The red wire works now.