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MOSFET switching with 5V but latching ON with 12V

I am having an issue with a control signal. I have a CEP50P03 P channel trench MOSFET that is supposed to switch a 12v power supply. I am having an issue I can not figure out. When I power the ...
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Transistor latching circuit

I have made the following circuit from a few online sources, it is very basic but uses two NPN transistors to make a latching circuit that toggles when either push button goes to ground. My Falstad ...
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making an automotive “dizzy” switch with using a latching relay

My engine builder wants me to be able to turn my car over without it starting to pre-oil the motor due to a remote oil filter. The car needs to be wired so that the coil will not have juice until I ...
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What's happening to this 3906?

I'm creating a soft-latching circuit for my project, using a 3906PNP transistor and a N-Channel IRLZ44N MOSFET. The circuit is fairly simple; Once switch one is pressed, it brings the gate of the ...
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Using two momentary switches to toggle LED

So, this circuit should (in theory, at least) turn the diode on when ON button is pressed, and turn it off when OFF button is pressed. It doesn't though. The diode is powered on at the moment where I ...
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Can we apply a longer pulse to latching solenoid than its rating?

I've a 6-12V dc latching solenoid, which needs 60ms of pulse to set it to on/off. I'll be using a microcontroller to generate the pulse. I've following questions. What if the generated pulse is ...
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Latching switch to single pulse circuit? (monostable multivibrator with 555?)

I am looking at using a latching switch (SPDT) to momentarily connect two pins. This is for a power button for a raspberry pi, so to power the machine from a hold state you have to momentarily short ...
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Latching switch, momentary pulse output when switching on

I'm really struggling to find a simple circuit that'll give me a pulse (~1s) when switching the circuit on. The latching switch can't be changed and already controls other circuits, and the new module/...
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Latch-Up in CMOS-Devices

I recently read something about the latch-up effect in CMOS-Structures but I don't understand why are MOSFETs affected by this effect. I understand that high currents through the source-drain path ...
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Simple soft power latching circuit for a microcontroller

I'm building a simple device with a microcontroller and I'd like to be able to turn it on and off using the "hold a pushbutton for 2 seconds" trick that is found on so many consumer devices nowadays (...
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Turn off circuit using microcontroller signal

I want to turn off this circuit using micro controller signal to base of Q4 transistor. Can I use the same transistor model for Q4 as for Q3? I'm attaching the picture of schematic from Proteus ...
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How to wire latching SPDT relay using proximity switches without relay hanging

I have a hydraulic-driven piston pump that I designed and built. I need a way for the pump to automaticlly go up and down. I wired it using a SPDT relay and a 3 wire PNP NC (normally closed) and ...
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Latching/Non-Latching Relay Driver Circuit with darlington optocoupler

I'm designing a circuit where an ESP8266 controls two types of relays, a single coil latching relay and a normal non-latching relay. The relays are power relays use to control low power electrical ...
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latching relay with kill switch

I'm working on a little circuit to place on a vehicle, the expected functionality is to add a kill switch that when pushed it will stop voltage to my load, in the schematic i represent it with a bulb. ...
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How does the high inrush relay handle the inrush current?

I was searching through the high power relays(16A, 240AC) and found that some manufacturers have high inrush capability relays and that too upto 100A inrush current. Below are some examples (one is ...
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Monoshot false triggering and latchup problem

I use a monoshot to extend the duration of a short duration pulse (few microseonds) to 150 milliseconds. The issue is that the monoshot undergoes false triggering in the absence of valid input: The ...
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What capacitor to get for relay coil?

I refer to the diagram from this thread: What is the use of the capacitor in this relay circuit?, which is also shown below. If I were to use a capacitor for my relay coil (12v latching type) which ...
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Micropuck LED driver gets really hot

I have a Cree LuxDrive LED powered by a 3.7V 750mAh LiPo Battery hooked up in a circuit with a latching switch. For some reason every time I turned it on, the driver gets really hot and almost starts ...
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How do I avoid a race condition in SR latch?

I have designed an SR latch using Cd4001 NOR gate IC. When both S and R are low the circuit refuses to stay in previous state even though I am using appropriate dropping resistors. Is there any way to ...
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Latching control via active-high battery supply / regulator shutdown pin?

I'm looking to supply an MCU (3.3 V) from battery via voltage regulator: a pushbutton should enable the supply, the MCU then should keep the supply enabled until it wants to shut itself down. But the ...
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Single push button relay with reset

I have an automotive application where I would need a 12V relay/circuit that can be toggled with single button between on/off. But it should reset itself back to when input voltage drops to zero. I ...