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== HAYO ==
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Of course we don't want to bore you with some random details of the ''T500-Rechargeable Energy Storation Unit'', so we just tell you this:<br/>
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If ''one'' piece of coal would store 3000 units of power, our RE Battery's power level would be OVER NINETHOUSAND!
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Take '''that''', Vegeta! A lil battery can smelt your entire everything to something else!<br/>
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Ah, and we didn't mention the big feature of our beloved little gadget yet: '''It's fully rechargeable and completely indestructable.''' This is meant serious: You can use it as often as you like to, it will never brake of material exhaustion!<br/>
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However, since RE Batterys are somewhat fragile and therefore could be dangerous to handle if you bunch them up to a cluster, we even designed a special "T500-Rechargeable Energy Storation Unit Storage Device". The lil battery box is compact, safe and will store six charged Batteries.<br/>
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And you can even reopen the entire package by simple RIGHTCLICKING, that's cool, isn't it?
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Btw, what does rightclicking even mean?...
  
 
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Revision as of 20:05, 26 August 2012

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A single RE Battery can store 10,000 EU, and can recharge your electric tools by simply right-clicking, using the current charge in the RE Battery. You can recharge the battery at a BatBox, MFE, or MFSU in the top slot, or charge the EU Storge Block by puting the battery in the lower slot. You can use it as often as you like, it will never break of material exhaustion!

You can also stack fully discharged RE Batteries up to 16, but you cannot stack charged batteries, even if the RE battery is not fully charged.

Video Tutorial

How To Make And Use Rechargeable Batteries

Recipe

For RE Battery (Rechargeable Battery):


Grid Tin.png
Grid Tin.png
Grid Insulated Copper Cable.png
Grid Redstone.png
Grid Redstone.png


Grid Tin.png
Grid Tin.png
Grid RE Battery.png

Charge it up and you're good to go!


IC1 Only:

For Battery Pack (Not to be confused with the BatPack, which is something else)

Grid RE Battery (Charged).png
Grid RE Battery (Charged).png
Grid RE Battery (Charged).png
Grid Tin.png
Grid Tin.png
Grid Tin.png
Grid RE Battery (Charged).png
Grid RE Battery (Charged).png
Grid RE Battery (Charged).png
Grid Battery Pack.png

Note: You cannot put the Battery Pack into a machine. You must first remove the batteries and then put them into the machine one at a time. Therefore its only use is to store six batteries in one inventory slot.


Energy

EU
Input 100 EU/t
Output 100 EU/t
Storage 10,000 (per battery)

HAYO

Of course we don't want to bore you with some random details of the T500-Rechargeable Energy Storation Unit, so we just tell you this:
If one piece of coal would store 3000 units of power, our RE Battery's power level would be OVER NINETHOUSAND! Take that, Vegeta! A lil battery can smelt your entire everything to something else!
Ah, and we didn't mention the big feature of our beloved little gadget yet: It's fully rechargeable and completely indestructable. This is meant serious: You can use it as often as you like to, it will never brake of material exhaustion!
However, since RE Batterys are somewhat fragile and therefore could be dangerous to handle if you bunch them up to a cluster, we even designed a special "T500-Rechargeable Energy Storation Unit Storage Device". The lil battery box is compact, safe and will store six charged Batteries.
And you can even reopen the entire package by simple RIGHTCLICKING, that's cool, isn't it? Btw, what does rightclicking even mean?...