With Instructables you can share what you make with the world, and tap into an ever-growing community of creative experts. The small diagram on the back is an alternate firing setup if the momentary switch with 2 channels is not available.
It would require another relay, momentary switch and 390 ohm resistor, and inexplicably a blue LED. Movie note: Jigawatts was an accidental mispronunciation of Gigawatts entered into the script as a kind of equivocational jab at complex scientific naming procedures.
It will knock out any near by electronics (temporarily) and could melt the wires if they are strong enough.

I would like to make one and get familiar with EMP's cause when I get older I want to design weapons. I have an array of 30 400v capacitors I made, I'd just need to find some wire that works well.
The American military have been doing research into them because an EMP could be used to take out an underground bunker without killing anyone. The power requirements nesisary to even disrupt electronics fro 10ft away are far beyond what is coming into you're house. To distrou electronics (the only way for it to last more then a few seconds) it would need to be many thousands of times stronger.

If you think about it though, a nuclear bomb is an EMP, a NEMP (nuclear electromagnetic pulse) to be precise, because gamma rays from the nuclear blast knocks electrons out of their orbits. The electrons form an electromagnetic pulse which has a range varying on how high up the NEMP is. If the NEMP is on the ground the explosion has a larger range than the EMP but in the air (e.g.

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