I am working on a project to make my motor starter completely automatic (turns on/off once the water level goes below or above the desired level) and I have gotten to the part where it automatically turns off almost figured out using a SPDT relay and an SSR.
But for turning on the motor starter, I need to press a momentary switch (almost for 1 s) and there are no "momentary relays" in existence that I know of.
So what I need is a simple circuit that turns on the output signal for one second (lets the input signal of 12 V pass through which imitates the momentary switch being pressed for a short duration) and then turns off the output signal even after the input signal is continuously on.
This function should repeat, once every time the input signal is turned off and then turned on again.
Any ideas on how to do it will be appreciated.