sagthegreat wrote:I thought it would be you know, a little louder
They're much louder than any video camera lets on. I've seen people firing high-powered rifles on YouTube that don't sound very loud where other people have filmed themselves shooting .22s that sound much louder. I think it's mainly down to the acoustics of the area where you're shooting and the capabilities of the video camera. Though, the video camera is the limiting factor because even a poor video camera wont reflect a good acoustic environment.
@wyz2285, What mixes were you running it at?
Have fun dealing with all the comments like "ur gun is crap, i cn see the projectile float in the air 5' from the barrel" and "my hairspray combustion is WAAAAAAAAY louder and powerfuler"
I was fixing my hybrid and installing the remote ignition, and I got a problem : The remote I use has to bottom, one to turn the relay on and one to turn off. But when I turn it on, the high voltage output of the tazer blocks the signal and I can´t turn it off I thought that´s no big deal but then I thought if I got a miss fire, the spark will continue and I will have to turn it off manually with the risc of the cannon fires Any idea how I can solve the problem? like isolate the tazer+HV wire unite?
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Connect a capacitor in series with the stun gun's battery supply, and a resistor in parallel with the capacitor to drain it. When the relay clicks on, the stun gun can run until the capacitor is nearly full, then effectively no current can flow.
When the capacitor drains, you can use it again. Ideally the stun gun would run for about a second, and then it takes about 10 seconds for it to be ready to use.
I've got no idea of the current draw of the stun gun, but I'll be guessing you'll need a fairly big cap, and the resistor will have to draw 1/10 of the current that the stun gun uses.
It can't, a capacitor starts as a short circuit, and decreases in current draw until it's a short circuit. Inductors are the exact opposite, as the core increases in magnetic flux until it's saturated, then it just acts as a resistor.
I've seen this system in an ignitor for a gas heater, just took out the cap and I've got continuous sparks. The ignitor is on my over under combustion now.