When i put the inject object, it allows us to Inject once after "x" seconds, then
Repeat Interval "N" seconds.
On the x seconds (Inject once after...), how small time can i go?
On the N seconds (repeat interval), can i go in milliseconds range?
You can enter 0.1 or 0.0001 if you want - but the question is, why?
This is primarily an events based programming environment & very efficient at what it does. Constantly polling is not the best design pattern
Perhaps if you explain what you are trying to achieve we can better advise.
I have a arduino hardware that receive an input signal. The signal might come and goes maybe within 10ms every hour.
Would like node-red to be able to detect this input and send it to a database with a timestamp when this input goes high.
How is the arduino interfaced with node-red?
Serial connection? MQTT? Other?
Its communicating serially.
ok, so then when the serial data arrives, you can simply test the value then trigger a database write if the value is seen - unless - you have to send a serial message to request the value?
Do you have the src code for the aurduino?
Does your aurduino have WiFi (and would you switch to WiFi or wired Ethernet?
No source code in the arduino yet.
Will be using wired ethernet.
Then you can simply write to the serial port when an input change is detected in your Arduino source code. Then it will be 100% event driven (send the change of value when your Arduino detects a change) - no need to poll
In which case - could you not use MQTT instead of serial? Then it will be 100% event driven (publish the change of value when your Arduino detects a change) - no need to poll