Hi I’m trying to make a circuit where I can make a motor go to different directions each time the relay is triggered. I’m not much from experienced in electronics but this is how I think it should look. And my question is of course which relay do I need for this? The cheapest possible and it should be able to handle 1 amp or so.
This is another way i was thinking: https://twitter.com/Dawda/status/1097950960633053184
February 19, 2019
it's a good design. Cheap relay: https://www.digikey.com/products/en/relays/signal-relays-up-to-2-amps/189?FV=1200003%2Ca700002%2Cmu1.25A%7C1410%2Cmu1A%7C1410%2Cmu2A%7C1410%2C1f140000%2Cffe000bd%2C16040014&quantity=0&ColumnSort=1000011&page=1&stock=1&k=relay&pageSize=25&pkeyword=relay
February 24, 2019
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