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Wasn't sure whether to add this to the page or not, so decided to put it here.
 
Wasn't sure whether to add this to the page or not, so decided to put it here.
  
Wind Strength
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* Minimum strength is 0, Maximum is 30.
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[[User:Coryf88|Coryf88]] 17:51, 10 May 2012 (CEST)
* Modified every 128 ticks (About 6.4 seconds)
 
* Chance to increase or decrease by 1.
 
* 10% chance to increase if current strength is 0 to 20.
 
* 10% chance to decrease if current strength is 10 to 30.
 
* Current strength of 0 to 9 have (10 - (10 - current strength)) chance to decrease in strength. (E.g. 0 current strength has 0% chance to decrease, 1 = 1% to decrease, ..., 9 = 9%)
 
* Current strength of 21 to 30 have (10 - (current strength - 20)) chance to increase in strength. (E.g. 21 current strength has 9% chance to increase, 22 = 8% to increase, ..., 30 = 0%)
 
Power
 
* Calculated every 128 ticks (About 6.4 seconds)
 
* Minimum power is 0, Maximum is 11.46 (y: 255 and thundering), Maximum safe is 4.98 (y: 147 and thundering).
 
* Calculation is: power = s * (y - 64 - c) / 750; 's' is Wind Strength, 'y' is Block Height, and 'c' is number of blocks (not including the windmill itself) in a 9x9x7 area around the windmill.
 
* Power has a 50% (* 1.5) increase if it is thundering, 20% (* 1.2) increase if it is raining.
 
* If the power is higher than 5, there is a 0% to 0.1292% chance (chance based on power) to change the windmill to a generator and drop 0 to 4 batpacks.
 
  
[[User:Coryf88|Coryf88]] 17:51, 10 May 2012 (CEST)
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*No, that was fantastic. Good work. [[User:Luingar|Luingar]] 04:05, 11 May 2012 (CEST)

Revision as of 02:05, 11 May 2012

This item no longer has an output slot for full batteries. --Altaree 19:50, 16 September 2011 (CEST)

  • can this be confirmed by someone else to be sure? --Zulu 217 11:01, 1 November 2011 (CET)
    • Confirmed, no output slot. --TheTanker423 11:07, 1 March 2012 (PST)

I'm using multiple windmills on a single tin wire, building above level 127 - it appears this can occasionally result in voltage values above 4 EV/t, burning out tin wires under high loads. I would guess that going above level 128 requires glass fiber cables. Can anyone confirm this result? --TravisTgr 23:07, 9 April 2012 (CEST)

Technical Details (Client v1.95 | MC1.2.5)

Wasn't sure whether to add this to the page or not, so decided to put it here.

~snip Coryf88 17:51, 10 May 2012 (CEST)

  • No, that was fantastic. Good work. Luingar 04:05, 11 May 2012 (CEST)