The non-lethal weapon of the electric shock type is a weapon that releases high-voltage pulses to the living target, causing it to interfere with the muscular nervous system, thereby disabling the living target. The effect of electric shock weapon is more obvious, and the subsequent effect is smaller, which can cause dizziness, mental insufficiency, muscle pain stiffness or convulsions and even syncope in the living target. Generally, it can lose its resistance in a few seconds.
Classification of electric shock weapons
There are many types of electric shock weapons, generally speaking, they can be divided into three types: the amount of energy transfer, the type of output current, and whether they can strike live targets at medium and long distances.
Classified by the amount of energy transferred, it can be divided into electric shock syncope weapons and electric shock muscle contraction weapons. The electric power of the electric shock syncope weapon is mostly 7~14W. It mainly uses the current to interfere with the electrical signals of the sensory nervous system of the living target, which can stun the living target; and the electric shock muscle contraction weapon is through a higher electric power (Mostly 14W or higher), it can not only disturb the electrical signal, but also control the muscle twitching of the living target to achieve the effect of a unified target.
According to the output current type, it can be divided into three types: DC type, AC type and pulse type.
It can be divided into two types, whether it can be used to strike targets at medium and long distances. The electric weapons that cannot be attacked at medium and long distances are mainly based on various types of electric batons. In recent years, faced with increasingly complex tactical conditions, electric batons have also undergone many changes. For example, the WJ948 electric baton in China adopts multiple pairs of metal electric shock heads, and the rechargeable large-capacity nickel-metal hydride battery is responsible for the function, which can greatly shorten the time to disable the living target, and will not cause the living target Fatal injury; and the electric shock weapon that can strike the target at medium and long distances, the most famous representative is the first generation Taser that was born in 1974. The basic principle of the taser is to use pre-filled compressed gas (mainly nitrogen) to launch one or several conductive metal probes, relying on the metal wire between the taser and the launched metal probe Transmit electrical energy, after the metal probe hits and inserts the metal probe under the target skin, it can release high-voltage pulse current, thereby subduing the target.
In recent years, many foreign companies have developed a new generation of electric shock weapons that can strike targets at medium and long distances, including the attached electric shock projectile (Sticky Shocker) developed by JAYCOR in the United States and the electric shock stun bomb developed by the American MDM company. . A new generation of electric shock weapons that can strike targets at medium and long distances, using wireless projectiles that are different from the wired projectiles of the Taser, and can even rely on existing various lethal/non-lethal weapon platforms for shooting, greatly simplifying electric shocks Weapon training and logistics.
Finally, I believe that you all have a general understanding of the electric shock device. As a kind of police equipment, the electric shock device has played a certain role on the international stage. In the future, we will continue to develop more and more advanced technology. Introduce more new concepts and knowledge about defibrillators.