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Bug (Insects) Killer Circuits
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Electric Bug Zapper -  None of us likes bugs at home. To kill these flying insects, they should first be attracted and then electrocuted. Bug zapper is one such device with a high-voltage electrocuting circuit and an insect-attracting UV lamp of 365 nm wave-length. . . .  [ EFY Enterprises Pvt. Ltd. All rights reserved.]

Electric cockroach zapper -  Using a PIC for this device provides a lot of useful functionality. The timing for the power pulse to the inductor is critical to getting the best Zap from your nine volt battery. The longer the current is on, the higher the voltage. Once the inductor reaches saturation, however, you are just waisting power. . . .  [by Luhan Monat-Mesa Arizona]

Insect Repellant -  The idea for this project may have come to me in a flash of inspiration, and its a very simple way to check if a fuse has blown without removing it from its holder. . . .  [Designed by Graham Maynard]
Mosquito Repellant -  . . .  

Mosquito Repeller -  This circuit produces a tone above the human audible range and this is supposed to keep the mosquitoes away. You need a piezo diaphragm that will respond to 15kHz and these are very difficult to find. . . .  [Designer's name is not given}

Parasite zapper -  This page tells you how to make a Hulda Clark-style "Parasite Zapper". This is a simpler and more efficient version that works just like the original, but the battery lasts much longer. We make no therapeutic claims for this device. It is for experimental purposes only. . .  

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