Redstone Energy Cell

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Redstone Energy Cell
Redstone Energy Cell.png
Redstone Energy Cell
Mod

Thermal Expansion

Type

Energy/Transport

Durability

N/A

Stackable

No

Energy

2,000 RF/t

Storage

10,000,000 RF

The Redstone Energy Cell is one of the four different types of energy cells available in Thermal Expansion. This cell can either be hooked up to Leadstone Energy Conduits, Hardened Energy Conduits, Redstone Energy Conduits, or straight next to machines in order to power them. It can store up to 10 million RF, can be configured to accept input and produce output at any amount from 0 RF/t to 2000 RF/t, and can retain its charge when picked up if properly dismantled with a Crescent Hammer or Buildcraft-compatible wrench (to dismantle Thermal Expansion devices, right-click while sneaking). However, if one wants to drain it, just break it with a pickaxe and the empty cell will drop.

Behaviour

Applying a Redstone current to any face will stop the cell from outputting any power, but will still allow it to be charged. Like other Thermal Expansion blocks this behaviour can be changed in the cell's Redstone Control tab.

Each face on the cell can be configured as an input or an output via the Configuration tab. Only Leadstone Energy Conduits, Hardened Energy Conduits, Redstone Energy Conduits, or Conductive Pipes should be used to connect to it, as they only transfer power in one direction. Connecting wires to it such as Universal Cables will cause it to lose power over time, and should not be used.

Cells placed directly next to each other will not transfer power between each other.

The maximum input amount of 2000 RF/t is not per face of the cell but it is the total sum of all input connections. So for example connecting five sides of the cell with power inputs does not yield a 10,000 RF/t recharge rate.

Crafting


Electrum Ingot
Lead Ingot
Electrum Ingot
Energy Cell Frame (FULL)
Redstone Conductance Coil

Electrum Ingot
Lead Ingot
Redstone Energy Cell


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