Hello, there :
About this zapper : Zapper 3 Dxxxxxx LCD
This is not the same as the one I have been testing, the "Dxxxxxx Zapper on Ebay", among other names.
Same manufacturer, same "power supply" on the picture...
Only something looking like a voltmeter added to it.
You will find the final version of the Bench Test for the Dxxxxxx Zapper on this site :
I'm still shocked by what I have discovered there.
I have sent a preliminary copy to everyone involved in the "confusion of names used"
Here are the main points of this report :
1_ This is a (surplus?) modified switching power supply circuit that does not comply with any safety rule or agency (UL. CSA, ETL, CE, ...) for the use intended.
2_ The zapper itself is glued in a very dangerous way, in the middle of high voltage components.
3_ The LED pins are not isolated and just over the 110/220V input components.
4_ Wires used around the zapper's PCB are not isolated for a use in such environment.
5_ This device does not comply with the basic Dr Clark's specs
6_ The seller puts a frequency scale on the front that has no accuracy whatever (can we talk about accuracy with 1200% offset?) between the written frequency and the generator frequency.
The worst made, most dangerous, most expensive zapper with an incredible misleading publicity I have ever seen.
Please, take a look and tell me this is a bad nightmare.
What to do next? I don't know.
This is a too big issue to let go, and at the same time, with Internet involved, people behind this device will continue to sell a potentially lethal device, until someone will have a shocking experience.
And it will be over, for the use of any other zapper!
I want to thanks the people behind this test, and those who tried to cool me down.
Edited on May 29, 2010 to change link and hide brand name
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