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Best Way to Handle Wait Times within a Triggered Event
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The way to do that is to use the Devices::TimeFldChange() command. That lets you write one value to a field, and queue up another value to be written automatically after a given time. And, importantly, any other write to the field will cancel the queued up value, which is almost always what you want to happen.
Dean Roddey
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Best Way to Handle Wait Times within a Triggered Event - by Dean Roddey - 06-23-2016, 01:09 PM

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