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AC EnginesEdit

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Like the DC Electric Engine the AC Engine needs a redstone signal to run, but instead of a constant signal it requires an alternating redstone signal to function (the signal cycles rapidly between on/off) . The best way to get an alternating redstone signal is to build a redstone clock. Be sure to use a two-tick clock to give the engine alternating redstone signals. After making one place a shaft core inside the AC Engine.

Power 131.072 kW
Torque 512 Nm
Speed 256 rad/s



(Values are when powered with a 2-tick pulse)


Crafting RecipeEdit

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To craft the engine place 3 gold on the top row, 1 gold ingot on the middle left, 1 gold coil on the middle middle, 1 shaft unit on the middle right, 2 base panels in the bottom left and right corners, and redstone in the bottom middle.

Example SetupEdit

http://i.imgur.com/NfFy7qC.png

TroubleshootingEdit

The unconventional nature of this engine can make it difficult to spot problems.  Try these.

  • You cannot have any magnetized shaft cores in your inventory within several blocks of the AC engine.
  • Your clock must be 2 redstone ticks on and 2 redstone ticks off.
  • You must have a magnetized shaft core in the Engine.
  • You must have magnetized the shaft core in the Magnetizing unit.  A core with any charge will display how charged it is in Teslas.
  • Vanilla redstone rules apply:  Try placing a piston in place of the engine to ensure the signal applies to the block you're putting the AC Engine in.

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