I just want to convert the micros() function output to actual seconds, but don't quite understand the reference page. I'm using Arduino Uno, which has a 16MHz oscillator, so according to the micros() reference page:
On 16 MHz Arduino boards (e.g. Duemilanove and Nano), this function has a resolution of four microseconds (i.e. the value returned is always a multiple of four).
When I run some simple print code (below) I get this as the first few lines of output:
So how many seconds is 1064 micros()? If it's a multiple of 4 as indicated in the quote, that means
1064 micros() = 1064/4 microseconds = 266 microseconds = 0.000266 seconds
? This doesn't feel right. However, I'm not sure how to translate "resolution of four microseconds" quoted above.