Single-Use Battery

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Also known as T501-Non-Rechargeable Energy Storage Unit, each Single-Use Battery can store up to 1000 EU. That's 9000 EU less than their rechargeable counterparts... and you can't recharge them.Like RE Batteries, right-clicking will recharge the electric tools currently in your inventory, using the Single-Use Battery. However, they are much easier to produce in quantities and are easier to transport.

Recipe



Grid Insulated Copper Cable.png
Grid Hydrated Coal Dust.png
Grid Redstone.png



Grid Single-Use Battery.png

Single-Use Battery

Single-Use Battery




Grid Insulated Copper Cable.png
Grid Redstone.png
Grid Hydrated Coal Dust.png



Grid Single-Use Battery.png

Single-Use Battery

Single-Use Battery




Grid Insulated Copper Cable.png
Grid Coal Dust.png
Grid Redstone.png



Grid Single-Use Battery.png

Single-Use Battery

Single-Use Battery




Grid Cable.png
Grid Redstone.png
Grid Coal Dust.png



Grid Single-Use Battery.png

Single-Use Battery

Single-Use Battery



Energy

EU
Input -
Output -
Storage 1,000 (per battery)

Efficiency

Single-Use Batteries produce more energy than simply burning coal in a Generator.

  • Coal makes 4000 EU if burned.
  • Redstone is worth 500 EU.
  • Macerating coal into dust costs 625 EU.

Ignoring the costs of making cables and hydrating the dust, the total potential energy of these ingredients are 4000+500+625= 5125 EU

From that you get 8000 EUs worth of batteries-- who needs the law of conservation of energy?! Not you!

You only have to think of what's worth more: 2875 EU and the portability, or a Cable and Redstone.

Just don't forget to hydrate the coal dust!