Relay-Based ON/OFF Flip-Flop Remembers State During Power Failure (.PDF Download)

Many varieties of ON/OFF control circuits use some form of flip-flop that responds to a pushbutton switch or other control input. These all have volatile memory and default to an OFF condition if power is turned off, and sometimes that's even the preferred situation. However, if your application must remember what it was doing when power failed and resume from where it left off when power is restored, you may have a problem.

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