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In most cases, the voltage of an electric incident, such as from a broken light bulb or a stun gun, is must less important than the amperage. In theory, there is no upper limit to the voltage that a human can survive, depending on how many amps are flowing.

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1mA = Threshold for Human Perception

1 - 6mA = Let-go current. The sensation is unpleasant but does not impair the ability of muscles to release objects

9 - 25mA = Painful sensation experienced. Usually difficult or impossible to release energized objects if grasped by ones hand.

60-100mA = Results in Ventricular fibrillation / stoppage of the heart / Inhibition of respiration. this would ultimately result in serious injury or death.

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It depends on how strong a person heart is and it can tolerate upto 1000 ohms whereas heart can tolerate only upto 1 mA.

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0.3mA is is when a safety switch trips because at 0.4mA you have a heart attack and at 0.5mA your dead !

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30 mA. anything over 30 mA can kill you

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Maximum level of what?

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in the order of mA.

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