What is the name of an electrical switch that meets the following requirements?
- I can plug the switch in between a 120v outlet and my device,
- Energizes the device (and stays energized) when I momentarily mechanically/physically engage the switch,
- De-energizes the device (and stays de-energized) when I momentarily mechanically/physically disengage the switch, and
- De-energizes the device and sets the switch to open/off when the outlet loses power.
That is, I want an energized device to be de-energized should the power go out and for the device to stay de-energized should the power come back on. When the outlet's power has been restored, the device will only be (re-)energized (and stay energized) once I momentarily engage some button.
Maybe I am looking for the opposite of an overload fuse/GFI - some "fuse" to trip when the source power is lost and I need to engaged a button to reset it.
I did find that a "relay toggle switch" might possibly describe the type of switch I'm trying to find, but there were so many varieties that I am asking for some assistance from this community to point me in a more focused direction.
Thanks in advance.