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Off delay Timer without battery

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Off delay Timer

Dear All,

I want to make a OFF DELAY TIMER which switch over after power goes. It works with power stored inside the circuit and switches relay after set time i.e. 0-60 sec.
There will not be any battery inside.

Please suggest.

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Vicky
 

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Re: Off delay Timer

vicky.pace said:
Dear All, I want to make a OFF DELAY TIMER which switch over after power goes. It works with power stored inside the circuit and switches relay after set time i.e. 0-60 sec. There will not be any battery inside. Please suggest. Regards Vicky
Without a battery inside, how can you switch a load like relay during power failure? even Super Caps cannot power such loads. I think a battery is mandatory. Cheers
 

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To make the relay specification understandable, you should tell what's actually switched by it. With out any power source,
nothing can be switched, even if the relay has a suitable backup power.
 

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In fact we may use A latching relay for this.

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