Lighters are technically advanced and useful. There are various lighters such as flame lighter, smell lighter and more. In this understandable sense, I decided to make an electric lighter myself, which is not plasma or flame lighter, but rather easy to make and use. It has all the features of Plasma Lighter, flame-free, wind proof and energy-efficient.
There are different types of electric lighting devices. Some electronic lighters use a plasma arc as a heat source and are called plasma detectors. The plasma lighting mechanism follows the same principle as nature causes a flash during a storm. The same physical laws apply to the manufacture of a plasma lighter arc, which is the heat source in this kind of lighter.
Lighters are cheap and available in almost every supermarket in the world. Although there is no shortage of these devices, building your own can still is a fun project. Since these are electrical components, this is not a simple craft project. In addition, you will be glad that you will make your own homemade electric lighter in just a few minutes of technical expertise.
Things You’ll Need
- 2 AA batteries
- Battery holder
- Wire cutters
- Soldering iron
- Electrical tape
- Push Switch
- Metal wire
Insert the two AA batteries in the battery compartment (available in any electronics store). Find the two wires that are stuck to the end of the container and use your wire cutters to cut one of them to a length of about half an inch. Peel off a small portion of the wire case to expose the metal wire at the bottom.
Use the soldering iron to solder the pressure switch (available at any electronics store) at the end of the exposed cable. Wrap the electrical tape in the top of the battery compartment and press the pressure switch.
Use your wire cutters to cut the remaining wire to a length of about half an inch. Then subtract a small portion from the end.
Take a piece of metal cable (no cover) that is about three to four inches long and wrap it around the tip of a pen or pencil to form a cone shape. Make sure there is only half an inch of wire left after shaping the cone shape.
Slide the metal wire end to the remaining wire on the battery holder and make sure the cone is facing upright. Press the push button to load the wire and make the lighter. Enhance the metal cans and light this item. Touch the item you want to highlight.take me to store!