Show your circuit. Maybe there is a simpler way to do it which use Digital logic and not using relays (which are slow switching devices ~10ms). If I clearly understand your needs then I might be able to design a circuit using digital logic ICs or a single micrcontroller.Full disclosure I'm a complete newb.
So I've spent hours googling my question and am surprised I can't find anything that seems to answer it.
How can I control nc/no status of multiple relays with a single momentary switch?
The circuit was just an idea, the two PB switches are easily replaced with an On/Off switch and for that matter a simple On/Off SPST switch could energize all your relays with the coils in parallel. I can make you a cartoon (drawing) if you would like.Thanks for the reply ron, but you seem to have added a momentary switch. Thats not going to work. I'm using 1 switch, not 2.
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