Here's my scenario:
I have an array of 120V LED fixtures that need to be turned on for 10 minutes when the following conditions occur:
- It's dark out AND Someone walks in front of a motion sensor
- Someone toggles a switch inside (this can be a standard light switch or a pushbutton that fits into a standard box and looks professional)
You would think that someone would have already done this and would be marketing it, but I can't find a time-delay dusk-only motion sensor with a switch input.
Basically if someone walks by at night, or if someone hits a switch, then turn on the lights for 10 minutes.
I need a schematic that uses common parts (NE555P, discrete components, etc - no microcontrollers) to fulfill this logic. The total power of the lights is about 50W @ 120VAC. Normally I would be able to do this myself, but my attempts have ended up as scrap paper.
EDIT: I'm open to using a microcontroller, just make sure to give me very very very detailed instructions, since I'm not very familiar with their quirks.
To clarify: I am 100% open to building something from components/ICs. In fact, I would prefer that. I just need to know how to wire up the microcontroller and/or 555-monostable.