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Methods To Counter Police Power.

when talking and lawyers fail and police endanger lives. I don't recommend using them but if I'm going to be tortured until death via starvation i want to leave a legacy. 

to be clear this list is mainly presented for geeks that like electronics and ideas you may gather from it are not for the faint of heart or until talking fails. 

its also a work in progress. mn slave enabling thief aiding, the police may know this as a wip. 

I think in order to resist a highly technological police force of near-absolute power with near 0 accountability one needs to understand tech. so that's mainly what this is. understanding tech enables things like for 10 dollars a car rapidly dis intigrates on proximity to you. or the door has a camera that lets the ups guy drop your package but acts as a claymore when object recognition detects a badge. 

like I said elsewhere, id rather not be typing this. someone who claims to own me has gotten me labeled an abuser while stealing to starve me. police refuse to reverse course or even allow recordings admitting they are being used as weapons on record. when I end up homeless that will essentially be police destroyed evidence 

but since that's the way she blows... maybe I can leave a legacy even beyond the grave. 

i cant mourn him or my two rabbits through the still continuing poisoning and starvation but I do know how he looked at me and acted around me...i don't deserve this and if people in positions of power want to enable my death I'm really not concerned about a pile of corrupt privateers

onward alonzo. er...allon y alonzo

Electric Archs and High Voltage On-Command

you may find it effective to control something hotter than the surface of the sun via command from something like a smart phone. you could do thing like start a rocket motor or ignite most flammable things.

if you don't want to build one, electric fly swatters (hand held zappers) generally contain a bjt version of whats presented below. 

 here's how you make an electric arch on command with even a double-A battery but lets assume 3 to 5v of dc, not much is required:

Note: you need to check microcontrollers intended for use with an ociliscope during their power on. scopes take many more readings per second than your average meter, some are old school continuous analog which is hard to beat. aka your cheap of mid level voltage or multi meter might stay at 0 when in reality the pin has gone high. if that pin is connected to the circiut above, what ever the arch was intended to start just happened and or will every time the control board turns on. 

i wont tell you how to get around this directly, where to look is a google for simple circuit push button latching on off. if you cant figure out how that applies, you probably need to study a bit more before potentially playing with actual fire. unless you dislike your limbs and or life. 

Where it says R subscript G or actually the circle to the left is the mosfets gate connection. the gate acts to switch the other 2 pins on and off (simple explanation) . a voltage applied to the gate comples the circiut /flips a light switch between the other two. something called a logic level mosfet can be controlled by the voltage and arduino or rasberry pi GPIO pin will output. orientation of the device is important because with just one mosfet they only block the circuit in on direction when off. using two in a "back to back" configuration you can achieve blocking both ways if nessicary. for making a flyback generate an arch on command its not. 

on the right side of the two squiggles (fly back transformer) the components are optional. how it works , how a transformer fed dc works is first explained by its not a or dc that makes a transformer work. it a magnetic trick. as voltage rises so does magnetic flux. flux is change in the field. the issue with DC at a constant voltage is it saturates the core basically instantly and there is no change in the field. everything bellow whats labeled fly back above could be replaced with a light switch. aka by breaking the dc circuit repedatively and allowing the mag field to collapse we now have the mag flux required for our transformer to do its thing. 

transformers work on a primary number of wraps of wire (turns) to secondary turns principal.

(primary)1:2(secondary) equals 5v in 10v out

(p)2:1(s) 10v in 5v out

or with a flyback lets say 10 turns primary and 1000 secondary all a sudden you have thousands of volts and a nice electric arch if desired. incase you missed it/it wasn't clear its the ratio of turns not the exact count on either side that changes things. 

aka 64:32 will halve a input voltage

14:7 will also halve 10v to 5v 

there are reasons to use more turns that I wont go into here.

Symbols Decoded 


values stated in ohms. irl they have color bands that determine the ohm value. the symbol on the left is more common in Europe and the one on right is the American version but you might find either used on any given diagram. 

R is their marking on diagrams


old diagrams and esp automotive may refer to these as condensers. they store or condense charge.  

in dc electronic circuits they can be thought of as power or voltage buffers. most IC chips will require them as close to the chip's power pins as you can get them or strongly suggest that's how you lay it out if you want the chip to function as intended. if you've ever held a naked cpu you might have noticed little components on the pin or later pad side. mostly surface mount capacitors. 

people who have done car audio should understand this or will now. if you've read the amp instructions they want the 1 or 2 f cap placed something like 1 foot of cable from the amp but otherwise as close as possible before the amp. The reason is the same as with ICs its a local power buffer. even that 0g cable has resistance measured per unit of distance. this tends to cause the voltage to drop over large distances right when the amp needs it the most. that closer than the battery cap props that up so the base can blow away your hearing. 

conceptualizing them as a little battery isn't wrong either. in some applications they do things batteries cant, like charging or discharging nearly instantly without blowing up or lighting on fire. shit...i mean spontaneously disintegrating or lighting on fire. 

their symbol is the pic above and the variable(line through) actually applies to capacitor and resistor symbols you may see as well. if its like they normally are but with that line its a variable value component. 

they will be marked on diagrams C subscript n whereas n is the number this one was as the designer added them to the CAD file. usually speaking anyway. maybe they went back and renumbered for some more logical order but... time is money. unless you are a police officer enabling years of trafficking like conditions and constant felony level thefts. 


this one has the witches teet 

capacitors are like a buffer for voltage, inductors are a current stabilization buffer. irl they are a coil usually around an iron core or half a transformer. sometimes you see two inductors parallel in a symbol and that's whats known as a common mode choke. a transformer will usually have vertical straight lines between the coils like in the flyback example above. note there is an inductor in series below it. in practice, you might be able to omit that. 

Henry is the unit of inductance and as much sense as it makes L is how they are marked and numbered on diagrams L subscript 1 and so on indicates inductors. 

LC and related RC tanks or filters are the reason that's there but I don't want to go into those today either.

if you are reading for detail you might have noticed Capacitors are marked c, resistors are marked r and inductors are marked l, those are infact what LC and RC indicate. again don't want to go into it but thought id point that out if you want to further your knowledge elsewhere. 


they are the one way check valves of the electric world. i'll find a symbol pic in a bit. if you scroll up to the fly back diagram on the right hand side of the part labeled flyback transfomer it's the device with the arrow in line followed by a vertical line at tip of the arrow. 

they function to make DC from AC as well. diodes have an associated forward drop you will find referenced for diodes of all types and LEDs. wait what? Light Emiting Diode. 

many cheap mains (120vac in the us) led lights take advantage of this by stringing LEDs in series until they have progressively eaten up 120 with the forward voltage drop. this works great till one fails closed and every one still alive is now over voltage. it also works like shit the whole time because as the AC cycles at 60hz and the other half of the cycle is + and - flipped... your light source is off as much as it is on. aka flicker is a bitch. 

slightly less cheap designs use a capacitive droper which still suck but the flicker will be 120hz. wave your hand in front of your eyes and you may notice a shutter effect under LEDs that are powered this way. 

it should be noted as long as I'm off topic. flicker above normal perception has still been noted to cause eye strain headakes etc. 


Switches and Amps.


mosfets are a type of transistor that for the last 10 to 12 years has been able to handle power and they have gotten progressively cheaper. the cool thing is they are voltage controlled switches and some are available with logic level gates. aka the output from a Arduino or possibly even 3.3v Rasberry pi can switch a load on and or off. 

you need that voltage not referenced to the same ground for high side (think + before load) switching. using say a phone charging brick and a separate dc supply for what it switches should enable this. without going into it the pi or arduino ends up whats called floating voltage wise. some supplies may operate differently. 

many times a cig/12v port adapter for charging in a car will also provide floating 5v to a mcu/arduino/pi
pay attention to the symbol and pins or you will find the switch is always on. there is a diode in the other direction. if you need to switch ac you can use two back to back.

here are the two main types of mosfets. there is also enhancement and depletion mode models. for most use cases you want enhancement. aka a normally off switch. depletion is on when the gate voltage is 0 and off when a voltage is applied to the gate pin. in dc relay terms depletion is normally on and enhancement is normally off. 

bjts are still frequently encountered but are less useful for interface with modern sbpcs like rasberry pi or mcus like esp32 or arduino. here's a chart to help you identify them if you are looking at designs and schematics or diagrams. BJTs are current switched switches. most mcu GPIO pins (general purpose in or out pins/connections) cant source or sink much current, they all tend to put out a healthy 3.3 or 5v on command though. (which is why mosfets are usually the goto today) 

note the symbol actually tells quite a bit about what some components do. mosfets are field effect switches. ie the gate has no direct electrical connection to the load they switch. see how on the npn and pnp bipolar junction transistors the line from the base (gate equilivent actually connects with the thick bar but on the symbols for all the fets except j-fet it does not? there is electrical isolation with the gap. 

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