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Subject: Re: portable clock timer

Date: 07/10/03 at 10:10 AM
Posted by: Ned
E-mail: k7elp@xmission.com
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In Reply to: Re: portable clock timer posted by aldor on 07/10/03 at 12:56 AM:

I can only think of three more soulutions to the problem.
1. The most logical to me is to manually turn off the LED's as the store is closed. Then turn them on again when the store opens.
2. Add another 12V battery to run a P&B time delay relay such as CNT-35-26. This is a universal time delay that works on 12V DC and times from .1 sec to 9999 hours.
3. Find someone to design a circuit to work on
6V DC


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