I never said that. It was the combination of mains/normally closed contacts/3.3V input that I couldn't find, but have now sourcedMoe wrote:OK, so why do you think a relay rated at 250V /10A can't handle mains?
it seems that what you really wanted was a relay with a normally closed contact so that when the relay was off the power would be connected to your equipment.. and you switched the relay on to switch the equipment off
Thanks, but more sophisticated than I needjoan wrote:Have a look at the PCA9685. It is an I2C device and provides 16 channels.
It usually comes bundled in a convenient module, generally marketed as a servo driver but it's intended usage is as a PWM LED driver.
E.g. have a look on eBay for PCA9685 and PWM.
I think that's what I said in my OP.pcmanbob wrote:Hi.
What you are looking for is a latching relay
I simply wrote Kodi in my post because it is a name. I appreciate that the command is case sensitive.barreinhard wrote:are you typing `kodi` or `Kodi`?