Timer
This timer service contains timer nodes that work from nanosecond scales to month long scales.

Service Pack Downloads

Service Packs are platform specific builds of a Service. Some Services are built specifically for certain hardware (like the Raspberry Pi GPIO service), however, for most types, we have a Service Pack available for all platforms.
Simply download the Service Pack for the platform that you have available to host it and add it using NodifyMe Studio. Do not rename the service pack file before installing. If you need to download more than one platform then you will need to store them seperately, or, install between downloads to that the download can just be overwritten.
Raspberry Pi
The Raspberry Pi Timer service pack.

Documentation

Service Properties

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Nodes

The millisecond interval timer will fire once every 'Interval MS' number of milliseconds. The interval and reoccurring values are both set using properties instead of inputs (like the Interval MS Dynamic node).


The millisecond interval timer will fire once every 'Interval MS' number of milliseconds. The interval and reoccurring values are both set using input edges instead of properties (like the Interval MS Static node).


The second interval timer will fire once every 'Interval Sec' number of seconds. The interval and reoccurring values are both set using properties instead of inputs (like the Interval Sec Dynamic node).


The second interval timer will fire once every 'Interval Sec' number of seconds. The interval and reoccurring values are both set using input edges instead of properties (like the Interval Sec Static node).


The minute interval timer will fire once every 'Interval Min' number of minutes. The interval and reoccurring values are both set using properties instead of inputs (like the Interval Min Dynamic node).


The minute interval timer will fire once every 'Interval Min' number of minutes. The interval and reoccurring values are both set using input edges instead of properties (like the Interval Min Static node).


The hour interval timer will fire once every 'Interval Hour' number of hours. The interval and reoccurring values are both set using properties instead of inputs (like the Interval Hour Dynamic node).


The hour interval timer will fire once every 'Interval Hour' number of hours. The interval and reoccurring values are both set using input edges instead of properties (like the Interval Hour Static node).


The day interval timer will fire once every 'Interval Day' number of days. The interval and reoccurring values are both set using properties instead of inputs (like the Interval Day Dynamic node).


The day interval timer will fire once every 'Interval Day' number of days. The interval and reoccurring values are both set using input edges instead of properties (like the Interval Day Static node).


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