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    jtk
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    on/off switch diagram .. help~

    I'm an idiot on circuit diagram , please help me
    I want a switch that has 2 momentary switches that one for ON only and another one for OFF only. Can someone please draw me a simple diagram? I have bunch of 555 timer ICs , can I use it on this ? well if the diagram is simple without it , it's ok.

    Thank you for your time.

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    Could be done several ways. Search Google for "flip flop" or "latch".
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    Have a look at:

    http://control.gsnu.ac.kr/~f007dan/cicuit/page9.htm

    The RS Flip-Flop Circuit should do what you want, althought you'll need to replace one of the LEDs with a relay, set the Bistable Flip Flop circuit for details.
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