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"Electrocute" implies death by electric shock. I'd say it "shocks you" instead, or something along those lines.
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The base of my cordless phone system can draw power from a handset during a power loss to keep the phones going. Cool, huh?Unfortunately, now my phone service goes through my modem, so even with a working phone, there's no signal.
The absolute maximum voltage rating for a 7805 is 35 volts. Even if the line is pulled down some by the current draw, the voltage will still exceed this rating if the phone is disconnected.
Those high-power LEDs could get quite hot! I would recommend a small heatsink to keep it cool.
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