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Author Topic: Timer limitation workaround  (Read 9476 times)

tomh

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Timer limitation workaround
« on: June 23, 2008, 11:06:44 PM »

AHP 3.228
Runs from interface
I don't know if my first post was accepted since I had the wrong file type for an attachment.  I have tested this series of macros to conclude there is a workaround for the macro timer restriction.  I have tested it incrementally up to 24 hours with good results.  My intent was to have the ability to turn a device on or off based on a time period greater than 4 hours.  The only quirk I have found is that if I set the timer(s) to 4:30:00 it automatically changes it to 4:16:00 after the first run.  I won't even fathom a guess as to why.  You can vary the timing based on your needs for different tasks.  I wanted to push a button and let it do its function.  I have attached the macro report from AHP (which I converted from html to pdf).  I didn't think screen shots would have been as easy to read.

tomh -:)
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