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Latching power switch uses momentary pushbutton [Project]
posted January 21 2014 12:16.39 by spic0m




Low-current, momentary action pushbutton switches, such as PCB-mount 'tactile' types, are cheap, and available in an abundance of different styles. Latching types, on the other hand, are often larger, more expensive, and available only in a relatively limited range of styles. This can be a problem if you need a small, inexpensive switch for latching power to a load. The solution is to convert a pushbutton's momentary action into a latching function.



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