Momentary Switch Basics
Category: Science > Technology
Asked by: getriddait-ga
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13 Mar 2006 10:54 PST
Expires: 12 Apr 2006 11:54 PDT
Question ID: 706809
I need to know the simplest way to make a momentary switch work as an on off switch (similar to the way an SPST switch works). I belive that the best answer would consist of the other parts are needed to make it work and a basic explanation of how they work together. I am not asking you to design a circuit but if you feel like going that far then great.
Re: Momentary Switch Basics
Answered By: redhoss-ga on 13 Mar 2006 11:51 PST
Hello getriddait, the device you need is called a "latching relay". I don't know how electrical minded you are, but it is a fairly simple concept. However, I had a hard time finding a real good wiring diagram. Look at this and then get back to me with a clarification request should you not understand. I hope that this is enough, but if it isn't we will just have to try harder. http://www.selfhelpandmore.com/howdoesitwork/relays/index.htm Redhoss
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