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From: Terry Pinnell
Subject: Re: Simple circuit design for 12V application.
Date: Fri, 13 Dec 2002 23:37:45 +0000
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"Steve Barker" wrote:
>I'm no electronics wizard by any means. But I can put parts together. I
>need a simple circuit that will do the following:
>This is a 12 V. DC application. (automotive)
>Should take a three wire hookup.
>Wire #1 Ground
>Wire #2 12V positive
>Wire #3 is the output
>I need the output to give me a momentary pulse of 12 V. current whenever
>Wire #2 is turned on. The output only needs to be a half second or less.
>I'd like to be able to pick the components up at Radio Shack and can't
>imagine this being very complicated, I just don't have the knowledge to
>Thanks in advance!
I think the circuit I've posted at
should do what you want.
Hobbyist, West Sussex, UK
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