|Multi-Functional Storage Unit|
|Name||Multi-Functional Storage Unit|
|Mod Included||Industrial Craft 2|
The Multi-Functional Storage Unit, also known as an MFSU, is a Tier 3 energy storage device. It is able to store up to 10,000,000, or 10 million EU (making it capable of powering multiple teleportations, running a Mass Fabricator, or directly storing power from most Nuclear Reactors), and can accept a maximum packet size of 512 EU from each of the 5 input faces (bigger EU packages cause the MFSU to explode). It can however accept unlimited EU/t. (For example, you can have 10 MFSU's outputting in one MFSU, resulting in a total input of 5120 EU/t, but because there are 10 packets of 512 EU, the MFSU won't explode)
A charged MFSU produces a high voltage current of 512 EU/t from its output face. To use power from a charged MFSU on machines with lower power requirements, you must provide power through transformers to reduce the rate of flow so as not to explode your machine by overpowering it. For example: To power a standard machine such as an induction furnace from a charged MFSU, you would connect from the MFSU to a MV Transformer and then through a LV Transformer, bringing power flow down to the 32 EU/t requirement for the furnace.
Alternatively, Transformer Upgrades can be applied to low tier machines to allow them to use higher levels of power, eliminating the need to step down through a separate transformer first.
The MFSU will not explode when it reaches storage capacity.
Like all storage units, its output face is marked by a special texture, which usually faces the player when the block is placed. The direction of the output face can be changed by right-clicking with a Wrench onto any of the input faces of the block. Normally, this will point the output face towards the player, but holding Shift while right-clicking will point the output face in the opposite direction.
Note: Whenever you dismantle a machine with a wrench, there is a 10% chance you will only recover a machine block. This is intended, and can be avoided by using an electric wrench in lossless-mode.
Note that once dismantled, the MFS Unit will lose any power it had been storing, so be sure to move the stored energy into other storage devices before dismantling.
Applying a Redstone signal to the MFS Unit will make it stop emitting power from the output face.
Placing redstone in the bottom slot of the MFSU's interface will convert the redstone into 500EU.
When a MFSU is right-clicked with an Energy Sensor Kit, it will give you an Energy Sensor Location Card, which can be used in the Industrial Information Panel to get constant info about that specific MFSU.
The total EMC cost of an MFSU including all components is 142,502.
To get this to work with basic machines, put an MV Transformer then an LV Transformer out of its output face. IT MUST BE IN THAT ORDER. Connect it to the machines using Glass Fibre Cables or HV Cables.
|Raw Materials Needed|
|Input||Up to 512 EU/t|
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