Magnetic Accelerator Circuit

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  1. Nuclear_Bumchin

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    Hi, I'm trying to design a circuit for a magnetic accelerator I'm building, but am having no luck. I have a set of small wire switches along a pipe, and as each switch is passed needs to turn all of other outputs off, and its corresponding output on.

    Each switch is only on for a brief time, however, so the output needs to stay latched on until the next switch is reached.

    Any help anyone could offer would be greatly appreciated. I think thyristors might have some part but I haven't managed to get anything working yet. Picture below may help visualise my problem.

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  3. Nuclear_Bumchin

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    How does it, it's a physics project modelling a particle accelerator...
     
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  5. Nuclear_Bumchin

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    Oh right I understand now. Nah, I'm just running some small magnets at low power to pull a ball around a donut-shaped piece of tube. I can repost it asking about a light-chasing circuit run by push-to-make switches if you'd rather?
     
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