interval timer

interval timer

[′in·tər·vəl ‚tīm·ər]
(engineering)
A device which operates a set of contacts during a preset time interval and, at the end of the interval, returns the contacts to their normal positions. Also known as timer.
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With features including 4K time-lapse, interval timer, Movie Servo AF and HDR movies, users can capture fast action and slow-motion sequences as well as achieve an expanded dynamic range.
In addition, the camera supports the creation of 8K time-lapse videos from still images captured using interval timer photography, while also offering silent photography, and in-camera batch processing of RAW images, all of which demonstrate the strength of the D850 as a multimedia digital SLR.
Instead of a 999-frame limit found in most DSLRs, the D810a can record up to 9,999 frames using the interval timer function, permitting you to shoot sequences you can later assemble into time-lapse movies.
A unique, intuitive pressure sensor helps reduce aggressive brushing, and two timers are included: the Quadpacer interval timer for those who brush by quadrant and the two-minute Smartimer.
It stores up to 300 laps, has dual time capabilities, target zone training, auto-HRM, interval timer, and ATHR presumption (Anaerobic Threshold, the point when your body transitions from aerobic to anaerobic exercise as intensity increases).
Each interval timer will feature the unique Crossrope color that matches the exact rope color for the various Crossrope weights offered, so users will intuitively know which rope to pick for each interval.
To set up the SmartBob AO, the user opens the device to access the keypad, and steps through a series of push-button settings to set the interval timer, units of measure.
Some of the newest DSLRs even incorporate these functions built into the camera (called "Self-timer Continuous" or "Interval Timer Shooting" in the features menu).
Furthermore, it has a 30-second interval timer that encourages even brushing and whitens teeth.
Social validity surveys taken during the third week of the new monitoring procedure from five staff members suggested that a majority of staff agreed that patron monitoring was in need of improvement, and that the 90-second interval timer helped to remind them to monitor patrons.