I have a need for a micro controller to 'push' either an on button or off button dependent on a thermostatic switch of a simple 2 button remote control for a Chinese diesel parking heater..
It's been a few years but I have a little knowledge of the Basic Stamp and have a homework board. I've forgotten a lot of the syntax though. I don't think I need anything more than this and I'm thinking it will be about 3-5 lines of code. It's just an I/O bridge between a home type 24v switching thermostat and this remote control for the parking heater, which operates on a AA battery. I plan to power the remote control board with an external 1.5v regulated source
Will this work as a bridge? my thinking is, the thermostat will act as a button control input. But somehow, the Stamp needs to just 'jump' the switch terminals on the remote. When button ( thermostat calling for heat ) is pressed, it 'pushes' the on button, and then when the thermostat button releases, it pushes the off button