Do you really think that the relay *coil* draws 10 amps when it is operating? Think again.its written 10A 24VDC on relay, so which capacitor should i use?
Only capacitor will do the work or i need more components?
Or by leaving the switch alone and putting a diode in series with the delay circuit to Relay B.Relay A and relay B are pulled in by the same switch, therefore on the same circuit. This way, whatever delay you introduce to Relay B will knock-on to relay A. You'd have to separate them by switching their control voltages independently, either by using two different toggle switches or a single DPDT toggle switch.
Also, with regards to your specification of 1 minute, is that an approximate value or does it need to be 60.000000 seconds? Do you have a budget?Are you limited to a modular solution or are you ok with using discrete components?
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