Hello all, I have gone through a bunch of posts hoping to find the solution to my problem. But everyone else is doing something far more complicated it seems (which makes me wonder if my project is that simple and I am just missing some very mundane knowledge). I have a linear actuator, it extends when 24VDC is applied and retracts when the polarity is reversed. I have a remote switch that can be latched, released, or momentarily latched. This is for a remote site powered by solar so I don't want to draw amps for no reason. Ideally I want to be able to latch the control, extending the actuator, then release it, then at some point in the future I will latch the control again and the actuator should retract. I am guessing there is a nifty easily bought switch that simply reverses the DC polarity to the output when it is activated but I don't know what that would be called. If anyone knows of something that I can purchase that would be great. I can also build something if that is the only option but it seems to me this should be something that gets called for a lot. Thanks in advance, if I just need to look at a link that I am so far missing that would be fine too.