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Repeater

Repeater
Repeater 256.png
Repeater
Type

Multipart block

Physics

No

Transparency

Yes (partial)

Luminance

Yes, 7

Blast resistance

?

Tool

Any tool

Renewable

Yes

Stackable

Yes (64)

Flammable

No

Availability

Survival

First appearance

v4.0.0

Drops

Itself

Data value

dec: 10 hex: A bin: 1010

Multipart ID

pr_sgate

The Repeater is a sequential logic gate with 1 input and 1 output. It can be used to "repeat" signals back to full strength or to apply a tick delay. It is essentially a more robust version of the vanilla redstone repeater with added benefits from being a multipart block.

Obtaining

Crafting

Ingredients Crafting recipe

Circuit Plate +
Anode +
Cathode +
Conductive Plate

Circuit Plate Cathode Anode Grid layout Arrow (small).png Repeater
Anode Cathode Circuit Plate
Circuit Plate Conductive Plate Circuit Plate


Usage

I/O

The Repeater has 1 input and 1 output. When placed, on the ground, the output is the side facing away from the player while the side facing the player is the input.

Signal Repeating

The Repeater can "repeat" a signal back up to its full strength. Red alloy wires have a maximum signal of 255, and that drops with each block the signal has to travel.

While the repeater can help the signal travel even farther than it already does, each adds a small delay.

Signal Delay

When initially placed, a repeater has a delay of 2 ticks. By right-clicking on the repeater once, a repeater's delay can be set from 2 to 4 (indicated by position of the rightmost torch on the repeater). Normally, gate configurations would require a screwdriver, but the repeater can be configured without one to keep in tandem with the original Minecraft Redstone Repeater. Each right click adds to the delay, and after the max has been reached, it will reset it back to 2. The list of possible delays are as follows.

{2, 4, 6, 8, 16, 32, 64, 128, 256}

When input receives a signal, the repeater will wait for the delay, then power the output. When the input is disabled, the repeater will again wait the delay, then power down the output.

History

Version Changes
v4.0.0 Added the Repeater.

Issues

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