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wnjj

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Posted: 02/17/21 10:28pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

It looks like this would work fine.

Connect power to the A1/A2 terminals, the hot to pin 15 and each of the lights to pins 16 & 18. The 'on' time will be for one output and the 'off' time for the other. Both times are independently programmable from 0.1s to 100days. Less than $30.

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Posted: 02/18/21 12:50am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Biastable 555 circuit through an optocoupler and SCR's

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Wow-- great suggestions and quick ! Thanks---- I'll do a little more digging and get something working


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Here's one available on Amazon:
Time delay relay. $13.99

It can be set to run without a trigger signal.

From the manual:
P6: Relay will turn ON for time OP after power on without
getting a trigger signal and then relay will turn OFF for
time CL and then loops the above action. The number
of cycles (LOP) can be set.

One lamp would connect to the NC side of the relay and the other to the NO side. You would also need a source of DC power.
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