The Delay Cube, also known as the Time Trigger or Timer, is an advanced logic cube used to send logic signals with a modified duration and delay.
Usage & Configuration[edit | edit source]
Settings[edit | edit source]
- Duration: The duration of the output signal in seconds. Ranges from 0.1 to 1000.0 seconds (0 to 16 ⅔ minutes, or 16 minutes 40 seconds).
- Delay: The delay of the output signal in seconds. Ranges from 0.0 to 1000.0 seconds (0.1 seconds to 16 ⅔ minutes).
Usage[edit | edit source]
Time triggers are used to modify the timing in a logic system. They can be used to delay a signal or to send a signal of a limited duration. Upon receiving power, a time trigger will wait x seconds then send out a signal for y seconds, where x equals the delay setting and y equals the duration setting.
Time triggers are used for a wide range of applications, including simple daylight cycles, model-based animations, and dodge-em style logic-based games.
Gold Cost[edit | edit source]
Free, standard inventory item