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Bus Transceiver

Bus Transceiver
Bus Xcvr 256.png
Bus Transceiver
Type

Multipart block

Physics

No

Transparency

Yes (partial)

Luminance

No

Blast resistance

?

Tool

Any tool

Renewable

Yes

Stackable

Yes (64)

Flammable

No

Availability

Survival

First appearance

v4.0.0

Drops

Itself

Data value

dec: 22 hex: 16 bin: 10110

Multipart ID

pr_bgate

The Bus Transceiver, sometimes referred to as a Bus Xcvr, is a bundled signal logic gate with 4 inputs and 2 outputs.

Obtaining

Crafting

Ingredients Crafting recipe
Bundled Plate +
Silicon Chip +
Circuit Plate
Bundled PlateBundled PlateBundled PlateSilicon ChipCircuit PlateSilicon ChipBundled PlateBundled PlateBundled Plate
Bus Transceiver


Usage

I/O

The Bus Transceiver has a total of 4 inputs and 2 outputs. When placed, on the ground, the left and right sides of the gate are the left and right latch inputs while the other 2 are the bundled connections. Bundled connections will only connect to bundled cables.

Logic

Bundled signals can run from front-to-back, or from back-to-front. These two directions are by default blocked, but the corresponding latch input can enable flow in that direction. By default, the right latch corresponds with back-to-front flow, and the left with front-to-back flow.

The 2 large display panels on each side of the gate dynamically indicate which signal is active for that side.

Configuration

Directions of flow for the Bus Transceiver

A shift-right-click with a screwdriver can flip the gate horizontally. When flipped, the gate's latch inputs will swap, at which point the right will correspond with front-to-back signal flow, while the left will correspond with back-to-front signal flow, which is opposite from its default behavior.

The gray blocks attached to each display panel indicate which latch goes with which direction of signal flow.

History

Version Changes
v4.0.0 Added the Bus Transceiver.

Issues

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