dual circuit switch help

Discussion in 'The Projects Forum' started by Section8, Apr 9, 2009.

  1. Section8

    Thread Starter New Member

    Apr 9, 2009
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    Hi guys.

    My electronics knowledge is extremely rusty so I was hoping some of you on here could help me with a problem I have.

    I need to have a switch control 2 circuits.

    It is for a lap timer on a motorcycle. I don't think either circuit needs the switch to latch, just need to send a pulse to my dash.

    Press and hold for 1.5-2 seconds to send a signal to circuit A (timer start/stop)
    Momentary presses to send a signal to circuit B (go to next lap)

    Thanks for any help you can offer. :)
     
  2. Section8

    Thread Starter New Member

    Apr 9, 2009
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    Ok, I had a rethink.

    The reason I need this is because I am going to replace my current headlights (low beam on the left/high beam on the right) with dual low/high beam HID projector headlights with halos. I need to replace my right hand controls to one from an older bike to get the 'lights off / side lights (halos) on / dip beam on' control. Unfortunately my lap timer start/stop is on my right hand controls so I was thinking I could use the starter button to control the starter when the engine is not running and to control the starting and stopping on the lap timer when it is.

    I have tried to design the logic to the best of my ability but I desperately need some help to design the actual circuit.

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    Any help anyone can give me would be great appreciated.
     
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