DIY Electronic Firework Igniter

A homemade 7KV firework igniter using a 3v to 7000v boost converter from eBay.

I’m feeding the boost converter with an 18650 battery, anywhere from around 3V to 4.2V.

It produces quite a nice high voltage arc, with adjustable distance. Although this design doesn’t lend itself to a large arc distance due to the placement of the paperclips.

A better design would be to glue the paperclips to the side of the battery holder so there’s a good distance between them and to ensure the arc appears where you’d intend it to.

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Comments

John Berry says:

This is a great idea,  I recently bought one of those HV boost converters.  Would it be possible to adapt your idea to make it spark using a remote control?  Thank you… John… 🙂

Gadget Addict says:

A simple DIY electronic firework lighter / igniter. Similar to commercially sold products and to the electric cigarette lighters on Amazon/eBay.

Alex Gamer_360 says:

This doubles as a tazer!

mediacoregroupph says:

this is much better than greatscotts bluetooth igniter..

xhappy _ says:

nice

RedBlura Guard says:

well I will be needing this on December 31 / January 1 2018

evoGage says:

Thats neat.

Juan Paolo DIY!/ The DimMak lights & sound says:

nice

tan hock jun says:

nice… at first, I thought 1 of a part is capacitor

A D says:

Remember, tin iron, then heat up entire connection then touch iron and add solder.

Ericus Reynaldous says:

STUNning build!

Ian Padilla says:

Nice editing what app do you use

RedBlura Guard says:

1st

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