Stun Gun Science

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Learning Introduction

How A Stun Gun Works

Stun Gun Schematics

Beginner Level Circuit

Advanced Level Circuit

T1 Transformers

T2 Transformers

PreBuilt SG Transformers

Driver Oscillator Design

Xgen Guide Rules

Stun Gun Triggers

Buying Stun Gun Hardware

Battery Advice

Personal Designing

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Single Mosfet 555 Flyback Circuit

This one is a 9v to 16v input.

This is found in so many different applications. It is cheap an easy to make.

It gives good power with stable waveform.

The simulation gives waveform of 10Khz. It can be fully adjusted with this driver.

It is a tested design and it can be tuned to give reasonable performance.

 

This driver is very powerful with 9v to 25v input.

Not a beginner circuit hard to tune correctly !

It is one of the best drivers tested to date for waveform and power transfer.

It operates using sine wave waveform.

With the Ultra Power T1 this is one powerful driving circuit.

Waveform frequency depends upon Ultra Power T1 usually between 20 and 100Khz

Twin Mosfet ZVS Flyback Power Driver

Driver Oscillator Circuit Designs Section

This section looks at different diver oscillators within stun gun circuit designs.

There are different types of driver oscillator designs and schematics that do different things. The main idea behind the driver oscillator is to take the current from the battery and change it to a moving current of some kind, a fluctuating, oscillating, pulsed or alternating current in order to create a magnetic field within the T1 transformer.

Transformer theory states that a fluctuating or alternating current of some form is required for a transformer to work continuously.

Single Mosfet Flyback Circuit

This one is a 9v input as it uses a large mosfet.

This is found in many different circuits. It is cheap an easy to make.

It gives good power but has an un-balanced waveform.

The frequency will depend upon your Ultra Power T1 usually between 20 and 100Khz

(This is a simulation of a real life circuit)

Twin Mosfet Flyback Circuit

This one is a 9v to 16v input.

This one is a very powerful and small little driver. It gives excellent power.

It gives good waveform that is stable.

The simulation gives varying waveform depending on your Ultra Power T1 design.

Frequency is usually between 20 to 100 Khz

It is a fully tested design.

Brilliant for power SG designs.

 

Single Transistor Flyback Circuit

This one is a 9v input as it uses a BD243C Transistor.

This is found in many different circuits. It is cheap an easy to make.

It gives good power at reasonable stable sine wave waveform.

There is no simulation data but this is a fully tested design.

 

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