Condensed Schematic. Relay connected wrong
i don't follow you. curious...hi
If you replace the relay contact with the output of a second 555, the circuit could be made to alternately fade/on and fade/off automatically.
ok done. i do have top and bottom ground planes. just took them off to show the tracks. DS obscures the tracks after their poured.make the top side a ground plane; again, there is no reason not to, and it eliminates ground track width problems.
i don't follow you. curious...
when the relay is closed the light fades on and when it opens the light fades off. what would be automatically done.
ok done. i do have top and bottom ground planes. just took them off to show the tracks. DS obscures the tracks after their poured.
If I make the tracks any wider than 25 i get drill errors in the design check. ive read that it is ok (old tech) but ive also read that its not.View attachment 135218
Just trying this out.
I replaced the full top copper pour GND with 2 polygon areas. the lower is a top pour for 12V and the upper area (remainder) is a GND pour.
This is to give as much copper as possible to the important areas. did I get this correct?
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NOTE: I left out the bottom pour (GND) so you can see the top pour.