**DigiCom Wrote:**He said "1 millicycle" not microsecond. |

What DigiCom said.

And if you figure that a "cycle" is roughly the same as a year, when you do the math, it just about works out:

365 days x 24 hours = 8760 hours in a year or 1 "cycle"

1 millicycle = one thousandth of a cycle or 1/1000

8760 hours / 1000 = 8.76 hours

so, 1 "millicycle" = 8.76 hours

(I was never that great at math, so somebody check my work! LOL!)

By the way, I'm not sure where I got the equivalent of 1 cycle = 1 year from. It seems I read it somewhere, but I can't remember where at the moment. (It's hell getting old! LOL!)