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stuwindsurf 
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Posted: January 15, 2010 at 4:21 AM / IP Logged  

I have a Custom Motorcycle with a 12v system. I want to make some custom handle bar controls using Momentary switches to control the following:

High beam/ Low beam (switch between both circuits)

Starter (on while button pressed)

Horn (on when button pressed)

Indicators (on/off)

Engine kill switch (on/off)

The starter and the horn shouldn't be a problem as these both currently use momentary switches. Its the Highbeam/lowbeam - Indicators - Engine kill switch, I need help with. I believe there are relays available which can switch between 2 circuits using a momentary switch but I'm getting confused as to which ones I need. I think its maybe a 'Latching relay' or a 'Changeover relay' I need? ....... Bearing in mind that the relay needs to stay switched after the momentary button has been released!

Thanks in advance for any help!  Stu

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