timecode.tox takes any counter and converts its value to time-code in a format like 2:43:54.33, which breaks it down to hours, minutes, seconds and hundredths of a second.
The timecode component outputs a DAT with the time code as strings, in several formats.
To test it, attach to any of the three inputs a counter. For example, put down a Constant CHOP and set its value to 1. Connect it to a Speed CHOP, then connect it to the third input (“seconds”) of the timecode component. You should see the timecode counting up.
NOTE that the Clock CHOP already outputs channels as hours, minutes, etc, but it is for the world time and not any general counter. Even so, timecode.tox can be used to format the channels of a Clock CHOP into a constant-width time-code string.