I am trying to make a similar button box to yours but I am extremely new at electronics (I currently have an Arduino class but its has not gotten to this level of complexity). I made a schematic (which I am not sure is correct to begin with) of what I wanted to do before I buy the parts and was wondering if anyone could help me on how I should wire the latching button with the LED or point me in the direction of someone who can.
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I am using this video as a guide and has been extremely helpful.
Open a new topic for your project and don´t hijacke existings and make a reference.
Sorry, I new here. I'll make it a new topic.
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