The Interval Nodes provide a means for the user to start or reset an Interval. An Interval is defined by a period of time, in this case a number of seconds. The Logic attached to this Interval will be repeated over and over every X seconds until it is stopped, or reset.

For example, if the Start Interval Node is triggered, the Logic attached to the Output Pulse Socket will occur every 5 seconds, assuming 5 seconds is entered in the Seconds Input. If a Reset Interval Node is triggered, the OnReset Output of Start Interval will be activated and stop the Interval, until the user wishes to start it again.


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