I have some circuits in which I have to give two signals (I mean signals as positive) through push buttons to do some work like latch, and it is the only work of these buttons.
I feel that this should have been simpler, pressing just one button to provide two positive currents, one by one to the circuit
Fig:1 Currently I need to press switch 1, then switch 2 sequentially, The violet and pink wire is connected to my circuit (which is top secret),the circuit is not closed as it's just to explain
Fig:2 What I really need, is pressing just one button, that produces a signal through the green wire, which goes through some chip/gates* which will produce two signals one by one, these two signals will go to my actual circuit. (top secret)
*this chip/gate refers to the solution/answer I need.
So how to do this with a non-programmable IC/circuits/gates (answer needs to be with simple IC's like shift register)
Note: This is just like shift register with 555 timer, but timer needs to turn on only when there is input from the user (button),and only one cycle/repeat, not forever loop
Note: Gap is required because my circuit cant understand so fast,Even 1s and 3s are needed to be variable according to resistors and capacitors I use