I'm working with 0 to 5 volts. I was wondering if there was any way, preferably with transistors, less preferably with ICs, to "flip flop" the 5 voltage magnitude across a single wire. For example, current would first move from left to right, then 10ms later from right to left, then 10 ms later from left to right, etc.
I would prefer to keep the voltage at 5 volts in this case. I'm wondering if this would require me to add a negative supply (-5V min). If this is necessary, can you please explain how i would go about flipping the current in this later case?
I have two possible applications involving a grounded and ungrounded load of approximately 100 kOhm.