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Subject: Micro Help - How to build 3 led 1 button switching circuit Micro

Date: 10/08/03 at 11:21 PM
Posted by: Reggie
E-mail: rhall[AT55]marliness.net (replace [AT55] with @ to reply)
Message Posted:

Its been impossible for me to use local resources to acomplish what I thought was a relatively simple circuit design. ANY help you could give would be great.

Problem:
micro size (max deminsions are approx 10mm x 50mm
1.5 to 3v operation. Battery must be locally available everywhere.

one circuit board push button. micro size (size of pencil eraser) that cycles through 3 different colored LEDs. i.e. 1 click - led red only 2nd click - led blue only 3rd click - led white only 4th click - off

There are 3 color LEDs that will work also and may simplify the circuit.

The only solution I was given was an 8 pin chip programmed once with the flash program but requires at least a 3v battery or... a 12 pin chip 8014 as I recall that is surface mounted style (to keep it micro) and a 3v battery.

Can ANYONE create a simple circuit that is pencil width not more than 1 inch long that can accomplish this?

If so I am going to send the solution to everyone I have been working so hard with. I dont know... maybe this is that difficult?


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