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Power delay? Not sure how to explain it.
« on: July 02, 2007, 10:30:09 PM »

Hello, I'm looking for a simple circuit that will output voltage for a few milliseconds after its given voltage. Like, there is a power input but the output will only output for 20ms or a selectable time, until voltage is removed and given again making it output for that time again.

This is to pulse a fuel injector for a project I'm making. Check general gossip: GunBall for more info.

On a side note, does anyone know what voltage and how much current most fuel injectors use? The output must be able to give that amount. If it can't then it can power a transistor that will then give the injector the right input right?

Thank you,
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