Electrolyzing is 90% efficient, so 10% of the energy is lost during the process.
Electrolyzed Water Cells absorb 15000 EU, but lose 1500 EU, only storing 13500 EU. When left in the Electrolyzer, adjacent to an empty MFE/MFS, they will discharge into the MFE/MFS, converting them back to Water Cells again.
In other words, the Electrolyzer acts as an additional storage device for your MFE/MFS unit that, while slow to charge and discharge, can be disassembled and stored, etc.
Simply place the Water Cells directly to the left of the energy storage display, and as they are removed from the stack and filled with energy, they will be placed in a slot directly to the right of the energy storage display. From there, they may be removed to store for later or left in place to discharge as needed.
|Input||15000 per Water Cell at 10 EU/t|
|Output||13500 per Electrolyzed Water Cell at 10 EU/t|
- Not energynet block, have no input or output sides.
- Input only when attached storage unit is > 75% full.
- Output only when attached storage unit is < 25% full.