part of Redpower Logic

Timer
imer-Animation.gif
Grid layout None (small).png
Timer.png
Requirements
  • Grid stone.png
    x10
  • Grid Redstone (Dust).png
    x3
  • Grid Redstone(Torch).png
    x2
Crafting Ingredients
Inpots / Out puts
  • Front: output
  • Back: input
  • Left: input+output
  • Right: input+output
Type Solid block
Physics No
Transparency No
Luminance Yes, 9 (when on)
Blast Resistance 0
Tool None
Stackable Yes (64)
Animation

The Logic Timer's main function is to emit redstone pulses at a customizable rate.
A logic Timer has 1 input in the back, 1 output in the front and an input/output on each side.
When the Logic Timer is placed it will immediately start emitting pulses. The default rate is 1 pulse every 2 seconds, but right-clicking on the timer will open a GUI that allows you to add or subtract from this period.

Contents



Recipe

The Logic Timer can only be crafted in a 3x3 crafting grid.
You will need 2 Stone Wafers, 3 Stone Wires, 2 Stone Anodes, 1 Stone Cathode, and 1 Stone Pointer.
top_7.png top_32.png top_32.png top_32.png top_40.png top_60.png top_7_topright.png
left_1.png
Grid layout None (small).pngStone-wafer.png
Grid layout None (small).pngStone-wire.png
Grid layout None (small).pngStone-wafer.png
Grid layout Arrow (small).png
Grid layout None (large).png
Timer.png
right_1.png
Grid layout None (small).pngStone-wire.png
Grid layout None (small).pngStone-pointer.png
Grid layout None (small).pngStone-wire.png
Grid layout None (small).pngStone-anode.png
Grid layout None (small).pngStone-cathode.png
Grid layout None (small).pngStone-anode.png
bottom_7_left.png bottom_32.png bottom_32.png bottom_32.png bottom_40.png bottom_60.png bottom_7_right.png



IO - Inputs & Outputs

The Logic Timer pulses whenever it isn't being powered by redstone.
When a Logic Timer is given a redstone current from the back or one of the sides it will stop pulsing and also reset to the starting position.


GUI

By right-clicking on the placed Logic Timer, you can open the Timer's GUI.
Here you can change the tick rate by adding or subtructing the current value.
The GUI looks like this:

Timer_GUI2.png


-10s - subtracts 10 seconds from the current interval
-1s - subtracts 1 second from the current interval
-50ms - subtracts 50 milliseconds (0.05 seconds) from the current interval
+50ms - adds 50 milliseconds (0.05 seconds) to the current interval
+1s - adds 1 second to the current interval
+10s - adds 10 seconds from the current interval.

See also


Items
Basic Parts
Tools
Integrated Redstone Circuits
Gates
Latches
Clocks
Other