Button “A” functions in toggle mode. If I push it once, the water pump is on; if I push it again, the pump is off. It works.
But I’m in the blind. I don’t know, from the distance, if the pump is on or off.
So, I’d like to have
- Button “A” keep the circuit in a CLOSED state, even if pushed again and again. (NO TOGGLE!). So, the pump is “on” as long as button “A” has been pushed once or many times.
- Button “B” to keep the circuit in an OPEN state, no matter how many times it’s pushed. So the pump is “off” as long as button “B” has been pushed once or many times.
In other words:
If pump is “on”, pushing “A” repeatedly does nothing, but pushing “B” be will turn it off.
If pump is “off”, pushing “B” repeatedly does nothing, but pushing “A” will turn it on.
This way, you are sure that the circuit is in the state you want it to be - open or closed
Just like a remote switch is supposed to be.
IS THIS POSSIBLE?