Do you remember when Smith4Brains testified at SECU that the X26 taser is powered by a couple of wee-little harmless [-looking] batteries of the same sort (CR123A) used in digital cameras?
He was trying to leave the impression that these little batteries wouldn't hurt a flea.
According to Taser's own information, the expected number of taser pulses before the batteries are completely dead is 18,525. These are the output waveform pulses that repeat at 19Hz.
According to Taser, those X26 pulses are only 100 microseconds (100 us) in duration. Let's go with that vast simplification for the time being...
18,525 * 100 microseconds = 1.8525 seconds
In other words, the entire life of those two (very powerful) CR123A batteries - everything they have, all of it - is compressed into less than 2 seconds of actual taser waveform current output (ignoring the claimed 'dead air' in between the pulses).
This casts the X26 battery situation in an entirely different light, doesn't it?
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