How can I make a Push on Push off circuit? 12-15 Volts

Submitted by Alpha9Five on Mon, 09/02/2019 - 03:55

Hi everyone. First post here and in need of a bit of help. I want a simple Push on Push off circuit using only 1 switch that will work with a power input of between 12 and 15 volts. I don't mind doing this on a PCB or breadboard as I do want to put the components into a small box and the switch attached to it. This is for a motorcycle and want something that will handle 12 volts but be able to survive if ever the power spiked up to nearly 15 volts from a failed component on the bike itself. I am no stranger to wiring or electrical but I am not too great at reading PCB diagrams and also I am not familiar with using resisters etc. I can solder, but as a lot of you can imagine although some of the skills are the same to wiring a motorcycle the work isn't. If any of you guys can help me I'd be very grateful. 

Thanks,

Kieran 

Alpha 95

Thats great information thank you very much! I will definately test that circuit out and I think for safe measure anyway I will put a relay on it also. 

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Monday at 03:43 AM

I AM TAKING THE PUSH ON PUSH OFF CIRCUIT . WOW VERY GOOD TOPIC

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Monday at 06:20 PM