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Thread: Membrane latching power switch for PIC circuit
face BY : mike@spamBeGonewhitewing.co.uk

Don't forget that in some cases you don't actually need to turn the
PIC off at all - with the right voltage reg, sleep mode draw is on a
par with battery shelflife. The PIC can usually pretty easily power up
other parts of the system as required. e.g. with a 9V PP3/MN1604 battery (500maH), and a micropower reg like
a 78LC50 (ON/Mot), the 30uA or so draw in sleep with WDT enabled
equates to about 15,000 hours, or about a year and a half.

On Sat, 10 Aug 2002 10:16:13 -0500, you wrote:

>Here's what I'm talking about:
>On Sat, 10 Aug 2002, Les Otter wrote:
>> I am trying to move from a toggle power switch to a NO momentary membrane
>> switch.

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