Apparatus for Incapacitating an Active Shooter™
The Apparatus for Incapacitating an Active Shooter™ is a discreet and compact apparatus for security and safety. If an assailant confronts you at work or home, you can grab and pull the handles of the main unit from its designated docking station. An alarm button is released, which instantly calls the local law enforcement. The Apparatus for Incapacitating an Active Shooter™ has a spring-loaded, bullet-resistant Kevlar.RTM. Apron unfurls and shield.
The main unit is directed towards the assailant, and then the person presses triggers installed on each handle. One trigger controls light and sound, the other trigger controls a chemical irritant. The triggers release a combination of high-intensity but nonlethal directed sound energy, blinding light, and irritating chemicals towards the assailant.
The main unit comprises a six-face, rigid, hollow, lightweight housing structure. The front face of the housing is embedded with four light sockets and a gadget responsible for producing the high-pitch sound. Piezoelectric membranes are used for the LRAD directed sound energy. This sound is between 3 and 25 kHz and 90 to 160 decibels. There’s a strategically designed vent on the same front side, through which the chemical irritant is sprayed. The four sockets are fitted with a range of laser lights that emit blinding light. A rigid button protrudes outwards at the centre of the front face and handles in the opposing back face, which has triggers the user can press. The housing structure is equipped with a bullet-resistant shield mounted by springs on the top, left, and right face, protecting the user and the apparatus. Once the user removes the main unit, the shields spring outward, ensuring that the user is safe and secure with the Kevlar.RTM or bullet-resistant apron draping over the back protects the user’s chest, upper thighs, and abdomen.
The top face of the Apparatus for Incapacitating an Active Shooter™ comprises an alarm button that selectively communicates with law enforcement in the area and a charging port for the main unit. It can be activated automatically, either with sound protection (like breaking glass) or with visual protection via cameras to protect stores and other businesses from smash and grab robberies or looting. It is in progress to be controlled from a smartphone.
PRODUCT FEATURES & BENEFITS
- Can be used by an untrained user to disarm an assailant
- It’s equipped with an alarm button that calls local law enforcement
- Activates automatically via sound or camera
- Spring-loaded, bullet-resistant Kevlar.RTM and Bullet-resistant apron
- Two handles in the back face with triggers on each to activate the defense mechanism
- One handle controls light and sound, the other controls a chemical irritant
- Light sockets with an array of laser lights
- Sound directing gadgets (speakers, woofers or piezoelectric transducers)
- Chemical irritant (capsaicinoid)
- Housing structure made from a blend of steel and aluminum
- Electric motor
The Apparatus for Incapacitating an Active Shooter™ is designed so that anyone can use it without any special training. When an assailant confronts a person, all they need to do is pull the two handles of the main unit. This removes the main unit from its docking area, triggering the defense mechanism. The main unit is housed in a hollow metallic structure with folded bullet-resistant shields folded flat against the main unit.
Although the main unit is a prism, other three-dimensional hollow shapes such as an oval or sphere can also be used. The faces of the main unit are fitted with ¼ inch thick panels made from steel or aluminum. The front face is fitted with four sockets that have a high-intensity laser light array on each, which produces a collective of 200-1500 lumens per array. Each array sits on an electric motor embedded within the main unit.
Pressing the trigger completes the electrical circuit, allowing the laser light arrays to emit a strong light intensity, blinding the assailant. The main unit of the Apparatus for Incapacitating an Active Shooter has a built-in system that generates temporarily disabling and deafening directed sound energy between 3 and 25 kHz and 90 to 160 decibels. Some of the frequencies used in the Apparatus for Incapacitating an Active Shooter are ultrasonic and infrasonic. Since these sounds are beyond the hearing capacity of a person, they resonate within the assailant’s chest, causing cardiac rhythm, nausea, breathing difficulties, and vomiting. In the worst-case scenario, the eardrum can be raptured. The laser light array and sound systems are connected to the right switch on the Apparatus for Incapacitating an Active Shooter. In contrast, the left switch is electrically connected to the chemical irritant.
The Apparatus for Incapacitating an Active Shooter can be controlled automatically. It can be used to protect stores, businesses, and even homes from smash and grab robberies. In the future, the Apparatus for Incapacitating an Active Shooter will be able to be controlled via iPhone or other smart device.
Materials needed to produce the Apparatus for Incapacitating an Active Shooter:
The Apparatus for Incapacitating an Active Shooter is a one-of-a-kind system that combines several non-lethal ways of incapacitating an active shooter. It’s an easy to use device that doesn’t require extensive training for a person to use. The Apparatus for Incapacitating an Active Shooter is equipped with an alarm button that automatically alerts the local law enforcement. Some of the vital components in this system include:
- Docking Station
- Two Handles with Triggers on Both
- RTM. apron
- Main Unit
- Rigid Knob
- Alarm Button
- Laser Light Array
- Main Unit Charging Port
- Chemical irritant
The Apparatus for Incapacitating an Active Shooter™ is covered by United States Utility Patent: 10,634,463
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