timer clock

timer clock

[′tī·mər ‚kläk]
(computer science)
An electronic device in the central processing unit of a computer which times events that occur during the operation of the system in order to carry out such functions as changing computer time, detecting looping and similar error conditions, and keeping a log of operations.
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Machine operators, technicians and maintenance engineers have a wide range of screens at their disposal, including a graphical user interface for temperature and trend analysis; control settings for each temperature zone with separate parameters for heating and cooling; tolerance and control-loop monitoring; control-system identification for each temperature zone; wire-break monitoring with a programmable controller response; and a timer clock and limits.
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The master routes its timer clock source, SMCLK (subsystem master clock with a nominal speed of 12 MHz), to the other sniffer modules as their timer clock sources.
Sam Hecht's Two Timer clock for Established & Sons wittily merges two time zones in a single clock.
The timer clock has to show the right time so that the resin tank is cleaned and recharged when no one is using water (usually early morning).
For example, if a designer wants the system health to be monitored frequently, the range of possible watchdog timer clock frequencies will be constrained.
The messages involved in resetting the timer clock and obtaining the elapsed time are shown in the figure.
It is ballet after Agon, ballet after Merce, done to the sound of a metronome and a violin played onstage (Thom Willems's music, performed by Maxim Franke, sound processed by Joel Ryan) and marked by a timer clock ticking off the seconds and minutes of a lifetime.
With the unit's help, Malone then designed a system of his own - drawing on such off-the-shelf items as a toggle switch, timer clock, pressurized pesticide tank, chemical hoses, flora nozzles, and other components chosen from various commercial equipment suppliers.
A There are two ways to effectively control exterior lighting: A timer clock and a photocell for detecting light and dark.