How Many Volts Does a Taser Have?

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The typical voltage of a taser is five hundred thousand volts. However, it should be noted that it's not the voltage that does the damage; it is the amps.
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50000 volts are in a police taser.
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50,000 VOLTS IS THE NORMAL.visit sECURITYsAINT.COM FOR ALL THE SPECS AND LAWS ON tASERS. HTTP://www.securitysaint.com.
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First, you have a stun gun - not a TASER. A TASER is a 50,000 volt device that projects two darts and uses a unique battery. As far as the stun gun goes it's hard to tell without
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Not Medical Advice: A 150,000 volt taser can cause loss of balance and muscle control, confusion, and disorientation bringing an attacker to his knees. report this answer. Updated
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Tasers are generally used by the police to subdue attackers. As such, they are not meant to be lethal. Most have somewhere about 50,000 volts. That may seem like a lot, but it's not.
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