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Revision as of 20:17, 4 December 2011

Luminator
Luminator ig.png
Grid Luminator.png
Properties
Type Block




Stackable Yes (64)






Technical Details
UU Cost {{{uu_cost}}}
First appearance  ?
ID IC2:{{{id}}}


Did you know, what you can use electric current for, besides powering heavy machinery, as well?

Use it to create LIGHT. With the Luminator.

Luminators are specifically modified cables, coated in some stylish-looking glass, emitting light upon being supplied with current.

Please keep in mind, Luminators are NOT machines, but Cables and should be used in wiring accordingly. Even more, they will transport current better than normal Cables, preventing distance-based EU-loss for further 2 blocks.

Of course creating light takes energy and such the Luminator will itself drain some EU from the actual current.

The higher the current, the more energy it will drain and the brighter it will get.

If you give it enough energy, it will even emit powerful radioactive deathrays UV-rays, which can be used to get a neat brown skin or to toast some undead.

Seriously, they will BURN!

Please refrain from attaching a current of more then 64 EUs, though, as this will probably cause irrepairable damage to the Luminator.

NOTE: Luminators are currently bugged as of version 1.0. No crafting recipe is available and hacking it in will cause crashes. They have been re-added as of v1.337

Recipe

Grid Glass.png
Grid Cable.png
Grid Glass.png
Grid Redstone.png
Grid Electronic Circuit.png
Grid Redstone.png
Grid Glass.png
Grid Cable.png
Grid Glass.png
Grid Luminator.png

Luminator

Luminator


Energy

Storage: None

Input:

  • 2-9 EUs Current: 840 EU Per Day
  • 10-23 EUs Current: 1680 EU Per Day
  • 24-64 EUS Current: 5040 EU Per Day