Luminator

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Luminator
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Properties
Type Block
Tool  ?
Armor rating {{{armorrating}}}
Damage {{{damage}}}
Durability {{{durability}}}
Mining level {{{mininglevel}}}
Stackable Yes (64)
Flammable No
Danger {{{danger}}}
Protection {{{protection}}}
Storage {{{storageslots}}}
Liquid Storage {{{lstorage}}} mB
Upgrades
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Previous tier {{{prevtier}}}
Next tier {{{nexttier}}}
Energy Consumption
Max EU Input {{{maxeu}}}
EU Use {{{eu_use}}} EU/t
EU Per Operation {{{eu_op}}}
EU Storage {{{storage}}} EU
EU Production {{{eu_produce}}} EU/t
Max EU Output {{{maxout}}}
Max Heat Input {{{maxhu}}} HU/t
Heat Use {{{hu_use}}} HU/t
Heat Production {{{hu_produce}}} HU/t
Max Kinetic Input {{{maxku}}} KU/t
Kinetic Use {{{ku_use}}} KU/t
Kinetic Production {{{ku_produce}}} KU/t
Technical Details
Operation Length {{{optime}}} Seconds
UU Cost {{{uu_cost}}}
First appearance {{{firstappearance}}}
Last appearance {{{lastappearance}}}
ID IC2:{{{id}}}
Flow Speed {{{fluidspeed}}} m/s
Player Speed {{{movespeed}}}

Do you know what you can use all that power for other than heavy machinery?

Use it to create LIGHT, with the Luminator!

Luminators are machines coated in some stylish-looking glass that emit light when supplied with current. They change shape depending on the surface they're placed on: small squares on the ceiling, rectangles on a wall, and large squares on the floor or connected to a cable.

Of course creating light takes energy and so the Luminator will use 0.25 EU/t from an internal 10K EU storage (about 2 days worth of light). It can draw power from a connected power cable or, in IC2 v1.x, be recharged manually by right-clicking with a RE Battery or energy crystal (but not a Lapotron Crystal). Be careful, as right-clicking a luminator can also suck the power right out of a wielded power tool such as a drill—and the tool won't recharge from your BatPack.

Luminators will not draw power when connected directly to the output face of a Batbox or LV Transformer; they must be connected directly to a cable. For a more subtle look, wire your cables and attach luminators before covering the cables in construction foam from a CF Sprayer.

Recipe

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Luminator

Luminator


See: Crafting Guide

Legacy

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Luminator

Luminator


Uses

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Grid Nightvision Goggles.png
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Energy

EU
Input 0.25 EU/t
Output -
Storage 10,000

Maximum Input: 32 EU/t before exploding

The luminator can only handle low voltage (32 EU) so it can only accept power from a batbox or an LV Transformer in step-down mode.

HAYO

Torches are too cheap for you?, well then the Dark Room Industries thin Tin Burner™ is your best bet!

Just apply 0.25EU/t (a single Water Mill will suffice!) to the end of the Copper Wire and Boom!

But wait, there is more!

If you order right now i will eightfold the offer!

We are fully aware that Tin is a terrible idea for this use and that a Gas Discharge Tube with Tungsten Wire would last a lot longer.

We are not responsible by burnings caused by molten metal.