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> Voltage Shocks. Current Kills.
 
> Voltage Shocks. Current Kills.

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2015-06-09 (Panda) > Voltage Shocks. Current Kills.

There's a relevant Electroboom video you may want to link to at http://www.electroboom.com/?m=201403

> OK, enough talk: how much is safe? Simple answer: Anything below 20 volts won't kill you. Anything above, say 40 volts can give you a nasty shock or kill you.

I'm concerned by this sentence. Are you absolutely sure below 20 V is always safe for everyone? For instance does this apply to someone with a pacemaker?