- Sep 17, 2012
- Bend OR USA
We seem to associate shock with voltage, but it is more a result of current (amperage). The reason a 50,000 volt taser shot doesn't kill you is the current is only .0036 Amps. 0.100 to 0.200 Amps could be deadly. You can be shocked with a personal protection device powered by an AA battery. It makes for an interesting Google Rabbit Hole on a gray afternoon.