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Big(?) capacitor behind seat switch s/b sufficient to keep lights on for some time after seat is vacatedHow big must it be?  Test.
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Still need transistor circuit as all the LEDs together will be more current than the op amp can handleThat is the last piece of circuit.
  
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Alternately, I have a scribbled diagram that uses a Schmitt trigger which is claimed to be usable for this purpose... research & poke at this more.
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Big(?) capacitor behind seat switch s/b sufficient to keep lights on for some time after seat is vacated. How big must it be?
  
 
I can create the seat cover with embedded pressure switch whenever, it's just a switch, so it can wait until last.
 
I can create the seat cover with embedded pressure switch whenever, it's just a switch, so it can wait until last.

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