Reply-To: "Steve Barker"
From: "Steve Barker"
Subject: Re: Another 12V project Help needed
Organization: Yeah, Ok.....
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Date: Sun, 15 Dec 2002 23:03:55 GMT
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Yes, exactly. I have the latching relays all laid out, I can do that much.
I just need the adjustable timer part designed.
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"Terry Pinnell" wrote in message
> "Steve Barker" wrote:
> >12V constant input (automotive again)
> >12V trigger (may be momentary or up to a minute)
> What is the source of this '12V trigger'? A N/O push-button pressed
> briefly? If so, why would it ever be 'up to a minute'?
> >User configurable timed output of say 2 to 10 seconds. (The output will
> >to a relay so current requirement is about 30 ma.)
> >Thanks for your help on this, I'm trying to make my life easier in my
> >plow truck. This will allow me to raise the plow for a given number of
> >seconds without holding the switch.
> This sounds like you simply want to be able to press a button and (via
> a relay powering a motor or hydraulic pump or whatever), raise a plow
> for a preset (manually variable) period, yes?
> Terry Pinnell
> Hobbyist, West Sussex, UK