This circuit energizes the relay repeatedly – at regular intervals. The length of the intervals depends on the setting of R4 – and the output pin to which the “Range” wire is connected. With the range wire connected to pin 3 – intervals of up to 24-hours are available. If you need longer than 24-hours – increase the value of C3.
This timer makes a LED be on for a certain amount of time after pressing the switch.
This time is adjustable from 3 seconds to 2 minutes using the potmeter.
Instead of a LED other load can be connected to this circuit, a relay for instance.
This circuit provides a visual 9 second delay using 10 LEDs before closing a 12 volt relay.