Need help with a wiring diagram for a on/off/on switch parallel/serial battery Answered
Ok I'm not really electronic savvy but I can solder and follow a diagram.
This is what I want to do:
I have a toy four wheeler for my kids. Has one battery and a push button that makes it go. When you release the button it stops.
I want to add another battery and push button so when you push the original button the batteries run in parallel. The speed will run the same as with the one battery but twice the run time. (please correct me here if I'm wrong)
When you push the the new added button at the same time as the original button it will switch to running the batteries in series so it will be faster running on twice the volts.
So i'm figuring I need some sort of on/off/on 6 pin switch and a push button switch but not sure how to wire it exactly. Found this which gets me close but I want to add in the push button switch to make it work instead of the toggle switch.
The original button is on the handle and you push it with your thumb. I will add the new switch on the other handle. Something like this
Any thoughts on this would be awesome!