- Joined Mar 25, 2020
Not sure what you're trying to say. Reset will only work if you ground the pin. That's what the bubble on the reset pin means; it's LOW active.I found using the reset to ground for switch terminals instead, and 100k as you suggested to replace the 8-4 connection was the solution.
I don't know how it makes no sense, it works absolutely perfectly.I think we are all at lost and confused at what you are trying to do. Draw a pic, its worth a thousand words.
The circuit you post makes absolutely no sense. R3 has nothing to do with 'timing'.
At this point, I think it might be a good idea for us to tell us again what you're trying to accomplish.This is the fully working model,
No, I am left with the same problem... it needs to be triggered by running the switch to ground which is incompatible with transistor logic, as far as I can tell.Does this post provide the answer you want?
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