Don't know of any commercial solutions, but you could build it with a couple 555 timers. Accuracy would be dependent largely timing capacitor (which will need to be large to get 5-10 minutes) leakage.Just looking for some suggestions. I was an electronics tech in the USAF... Thought maybe there was a cheap one I could buy...
Buy: ebayI need a small timer relay that I can use a button to activate and will remain "on" for 10 minutes and then will not be able to be activated again for 5 minutes after the 10 has expired
Now THIS is helpful! Describe the problem you trying to solve, not the problem you are having with the solution you have in mind.OK, here is the deal. I am remodeling our second story bath. My daughters have a knack for taking super long showers. I am putting a solenoid normal off valve inline for the hot water in the shower and want a timer relay to function in the manner discussed above..
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