What are taser gloves

Taser glove: D

WARNING: THE IT DANGEROUS VOLTAGE. DO NOT USE BATTERIES THAT ARE FULLY CHARGED AND DO NOT USE ON YOUR PARENTS, TEACHERS OR PEOPLE WITH A HEART. USE THE TAE

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WARNING: THIS IS DANGEROUS VOLTAGE. DO NOT USE BATTERIES THAT ARE FULLY CHARGED.

DO NOT USE THIS ON YOUR PARENTS, TEACHERS, OR PEOPLE WITH A CONDITION OF HEART.

ALWAYS USE THE TASER GLOVE FOR SELF-DEFENSE PURPOSES. DO NOT USE THE TASER GLOVE

YOU ARE AT SCHOOL.

CHECK YOUR STATE LAWS FOR ADDITIONAL DETAILS.

I am not responsible for any errors caused by you with the TASER glove !!!!

Step 1: Materials:

You will need:

An old glove and the circuit from the picture.

You can get this circuit from an old disposable camera. I have found many of them on yard sales for prices that vary between $ 1-4 $.

Here is a tutorial (not my tutorial):

Step 2: checking the components ...

Now you should check the transformer and capacitor by inserting the batteries and activating the circuit (it is advisable to put a switch on the positive side of the batteries so that you can activate the circuit if you want).

Plug in your multimeter's leads and wait for it to charge or for it to reach 200 volts. If you used 1.2 volt batteries it should work fine.

By the way, if you use this taser at 300v, you will cause skin burn, it is good for self defense. :}

Step 3: construction



Now connect the wires from the metal rods of the glove to the conductors of the capacitor as shown in the picture.

Step 4: now you have a taser glove: DDD


Now all you have to do is mask the components however you want. I've used black electrical tape in the past but now I didn't have any so I couldn't mask it for you ... Sorry!

Put your imagination to the test.

Hope you enjoyed this project, if you like it dent it !!!!!!!!