|25th April 2003, 03:44 PM||#13|
Join Date: Jan 2003
Location: Dortmund, Germany
The simplest way to use such a switch (I have nearly the same on my P3A) is with a solid state relais. I use the (new) Finder 126.96.36.199 relais, you don't need any extra parts (the relais gets triggered with a short 230 V burst from your push button). With each trigger action, the relais switches (mechanically!) between on - off - on...
Normally all such relais still required an auxiliary transformer for the voltage burst to trigger the relais, but these new ones can be directly connected to mains...
I don't know if there is a 110V AC version of this relais...
And as for the LED I added a auxiliary winding to my transformer, and connected it with a single rectifying diode in series (not sure, if necessary, since a LED is a diode already...???).
Maybe this helps,
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