Okay, admittedly I am not that well versed in electronics. I can solder and follow directions well enough to put together some interesting hacks occasionally, but I'm really a greenie when it comes to certain aspects.
I'm trying to find a reasonable way to accomplish turning on and off a device that is powered by about 3.6vdc. The trigger mechanism would be a cell phone's vibration motor's power source (motor disconnected) which outputs somewhere around 1 - 1.3vdc.
I started this project by using a simple relay circuit controlled by a serial port of a computer, but now want to move it to the cellular angle - which gives me much lower power output unless I go with some sort of bluetooth serial adaptor (which I'm working on as well). For now though, if anybody has ideas on a simple scenario for a quick switching relay circuit that would work for this scenario, I'd really appreciate the assistance.