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Make a Static Electricity Generator [DIY]
posted September 23 2013 12:02.37 by spic0m

You want to cast lightnings from your fingertips and you are not Zeus? No problem, with this project you can have that "God" like feeling in a smaller scale.

[Link: Nighthawkinlight]

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  • At 23 September 2013, 17:14:30 user Spic0m wrote:   [reply @ Spic0m]
    • According to the maker:
      Input: 12VDC at 400mA
      Output: -20KV open circuit at 50 uamps

  • At 23 September 2013, 16:37:38 user RK Murthys Challa wrote:   [reply @ RK Murthys Challa]
    • It is very nice to produce static electricity. Can You let me know the output voltage and current of the unit ?

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