I'm using a littelfuse relay shown in the link to switch motor directions. I'm sending a pulse to the relay switch of 0.02s in order to switch between the L1 and L2 contacts. The pulse seems to be too short and the relay picks up on the pulse sometimes, not always, which is a major problem for me. If i increase the time of the pulse duration, the relay works perfect but the accuracy of my project reduces, so the shorter the time the relay picks up on the pulse, the better. What are some alternatives to this relay, or how can i improve my design to make sure the signal is picked up by my relay? Thicker wire, shorter wire, caps? I dont know. I'm only knowledgeable in the basics plus just a tiny bit extra and i can't figure this one out. Thanks in advance for your time and help!
edit: I've included a wiring diagram with part numbers available. The counter is counting up to a pre-set number XX. Once it gets to XX, counter sends pulse to Relay #2 and reverses motor through the speed control. The pulse duration needs to be AT MOST 0.02s in order for my accuracy to be sufficient. I was thinking if there were some kind of solid state alternating relays? The motor is a 90V DC from Dayton.
I hope that's a little more information. I didnt want to add too much so that you all didn't have to do all the work, but any and all suggestions are welcomed.