Support us in our development of the next generation of pulsed power supplies and portable accelerators.
You will receive one of our prototype SGP-34 low power handheld coilguns. It is important to keep in mind that this is not an Arcflash Labs official product, it is an early prototype of a design which we are releasing to our most dedicated crowdfunding backers.
– THIS IS A DEVELOPMENT PROTOTYPE – PLEASE ALLOW 2-4 WEEKS FOR SHIPMENT
– Unit ships with one (1) SGP-34 coilgun, one (1) 4S LiPo battery, one (1) 18-round magazine, as well as (20) rounds of 2575 magnetic armature ammunition.
– CHARGER SOLD SEPARATELY DUE TO FCC RESTRICTIONS (SEE BELOW)
The SGP-34 (Solenoid Gauss Pistol – Iteration 34) is a single stage, SCR switched, high voltage reluctance coilgun with a manual slide action and 18 round single stacked magazine capacity.
The SGP-34 is configured to ONLY fire 0.25×0.75” steel projectiles (dowel pins). Arcflash Labs recommends the use of 2575 Magnetic Armatures, but any 0.25×0.75” steel dowel pin should work.
The SGP-34 is shipped standard with an 18 round CFS magazine, and the slide must be manually racked after each shot. The gun uses a 850mAh 4S Lithium Polymer battery (charger sold separately) which can provide power for over 80 shots before needing to recharge.
|Primary power source||1x 4S LiPo – 15.2V, 850mAh|
|Power supply||100W (IGBT boost driver)|
|Capacitors||1x 1500mF/450V electrolytic|
|Switches||1x 1.1kA pulse-rated SCR|
|Projectile||0.25×0.75” carbon steel, 4.6g|
|Rate of fire||<1.0 rounds/sec|
|Muzzle velocity||27 m/s|
|Active Barrel length||1.1”|
|Physical Dimensions||10.5” x 7” x 1.8”|
|Overall Weight (unloaded, no battery)||760 g|
Device exempt from FCC certification under section 15.103-h: (h) Digital devices in which both the highest frequency generated and the highest frequency used are less than 1.705 MHz and which do not operate from the AC power lines or contain provisions for operation while connected to the AC power lines. Digital devices that include, or make provision for the use of, battery eliminators, AC adaptors or battery chargers which permit operation while charging or that connect to the AC power lines indirectly, obtaining their power through another device which is connected to the AC power lines, do not fall under this exemption. For more information: