Taser's pocket-puppet Mark Kroll wrote:
...Output waveform of X26 weapon in tissue. The output circuit attempts to deliver a constant charge per pulse. Thus the output current is largely load independent.
Ref: Cardiac Safety (27 Apr. 2007) [LINK]
Taser's Magne Nerheim VP of R&D wrote:
Our measurements of human body resistance to the TASER X26 yields an average of 600 ohms vs. the 250 ohms used in the NTS tests. It is normal to expect higher currents at lower resistance levels.
Ref: Memo to CBC, Footnote 2 (2 Dec. 2008) [LINK]
So which is it? Constant current or Ohms Law? Pick one (just one).
One could accuse Taser of picking and choosing their story to match the argument du jour.
A lie has many variations, the truth none.
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