I'm building a drill press and I'd like to be able to turn it on with a momentary switch on the handle, but sometimes I need both my hands free while it's running. Ideally, I'd use a "lockable" momentary switch if I could find one, or even build one (ideas welcome) but so far no luck. So what I have now is :
- A wall outlet to plug the drill in ;
- A regular on/off switch ;
- A momentary switch (the - big - PCB type)
- A small 3-way toggle switch (to toggle between momentary and on / off, and yes I know it sounds clumsy and somehow counterintuitive) and ;
- A mosfet module to connect the switch(es) but I'm not sure they're of the right type / voltage, I use them in my 12V builds, should I use a different module for alternative current?
The only thing left is the diagram... How would I go and wire this ?