Ok, I see what you’re saying… Just one thing I’m confused on. You said when it becomes true again, the timer stops, and when it becomes false, the timer restarts… Ok, so just so I’m following the first part… the true again thing makes sense enough, but the timer is supposed to start if the piston is true, so why would it have to become false again to restart the timer? (Trying to understand, not be snarky)
Also, using your logic, if I walked out of the room while fixing dinner, motion goes inactive, and the timer starts. If I walk back in and keep cooking for longer than 10 minutes, the piston never becomes true again, so the lights would still go out, wouldn’t they?
Again, still trying to wrap my head around all this. Thanks!