dec: 7 hex: 7 bin: 111
The Buffer Gate is a combinational logic gate with 1 input and 3 outputs. Combinational gates work strictly from a defined truth table.
The Buffer Gate has 1 input and 3 output. When placed, on the ground, the input is the side facing the player while the other sides are the outputs.
The outputs are enabled when the input is enabled.
A shift-right-click with a screwdriver can toggle which outputs are active. Disabled outputs don't emit power when it should, nor will said outputs connect to wires.
When shift+right-clicked, the gate's outputs are manipulated in this order: All active, right disabled, left disabled, right and left disabled.
The Buffer Gate is commonly used as a diode to allow a signal to run one way through a wire but not the other. Signals coming from the back of the gate (input) will be relayed to the front (output), but a signal coming from the front will not be sent to the back.
|v4.0.0||Added the Buffer Gate.|
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