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post #1 of 7 Old 03-23-2008, 08:44 PM Thread Starter
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Electronic timer relay

Electronic timer for accessory circuit. Somewhere I saw the plans and parts list for an electronic timer relay. This would be good for my Garmin 276C as I sometimes forget to turn it off when parking and it kills the battery after a few days. I presently have it rigged to the DL1000s handwarmer circuit but would rather not have it turn off on fuel and lunch stops when traveling.
If I remember correctly, the relay would stay on for x amount of minutes to a few hours after voltage was turned off.
Anyone in the know on this? Thanks in advance.

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post #2 of 7 Old 03-24-2008, 06:26 AM
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http://www.airotronics.com/site/prod...ybreak_TGM.php

Might be worth looking at.

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May just do the trick with a relay controlling the on/off switch. I'll email their sales with questions. Wow Avionics = High Dollar most times. ;-) I fly in helicopters much in my work (as a passenger ;-0) .

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Sounds like a better solution than mine.

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yes Heavy,
That place wanted a minimum of 250 and thats not including the cost of an extra realy to operate the on/off timer start function. But it had the goodies. 12V in , NO circuit, 12V 10A out, on/off switching wires which you would have to add your own switching device.
I PM'd Trooper to see what he could come up with.
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