This mod is all about storage and conversion.
How I got the idea for the mod? - Check the credits on the bottom of this topic.
Downloads are in the download section.
Q: So, why doing another one of these mods, Lordmau5? A: Easy to answer.The most power conversion mods (e.g. Power Converters) are based on ONLY conversion.This one, however, has storage features aswell.
Q: How about the conversion ratios? A: EU 5 : 2 MJ.I don't know about the ratios in Power Converters,but if someone knows them, please tell me.Otherwise this could get abused.
Q: Hey, I found a bug! A: Cool, just write it in this topic or PM me
Q: I got a suggestion. Add [...]! A: Cool aswell, just write it in this topic and I'll either do a poll or will think about myself, if I like the idea
Q: Didn't you do such a mod already? A: Yes, but with this mod I officially announce, that I stop working on Liquid Energy.
What the sides do:
They can be changed with wrenches (IC2 and BC) by sneaking + rightclicking AND through computers.
Also, you can check what the sides are set to by RightClicking with the wrenches AND through computers.
The GUI (with items in it):
More to come
Ladys and Gentlemen, I present you the Recipes:
(In order of appearance: Power Box, Power Cables, Capacity Upgrade, Output Speed Upgrade)
1.02 by IceDrug20 (Check him out, he got other mods spotlighted and aswell got an awesome Let's Play series )
After you read this topic, finally you got to the downloads.
For now, they are on my Dropbox.
If you get some error with "Traffic exceeded": Tell me as soon as possible, please!
- BC pipes can now connect to the input side
- Placing a Power Box containing Capacity Upgrades and more energy than the config value will now have the stored energy instead of the config value (Maximum Stored Energy).
- Creative Tab fixed
- Items in the Charge / Discharge slot will now drop upon breaking the Power Box.
1. Download the corresponding Minecraft Version 2. Download the corresponding Minecraft Forge Version 3. Download BuildCraft 4.0 4. Download IC2 Experimental 5. Download the mod 6. Put the mod in the "mods" folder of your Minecraft instance 7. Play with it!
EU Conversion (Integer):
That is the EU conversion ratio.
Energy that goes IN get's divided by the value.
E.g: 512 EU in=102.4 Power
Energy that goes OUT get's multiplied by the value.
E.g: 100 Power out=500 EU out Default: 5
Same as the EU Conversion, except that it is for MJ. Default: 2
Unbreakable Power Box(Boolean):
Should the Power Box get destroyed by TNT or other explosions (false)
or should it be indestructible (true). Default: false
Power Box Capacity (Integer):
The maximum capacity a Power Box can hold on it's own.
Without Capacity Upgrades. Default: 100000 (100k)
Capacity Upgrade Multiplier(Integer):
This one needs a bit math.
You can put in a maximum amount of 16 Capacity Upgrades.
Now to the math.
Let's say the value is set to 5000.
Each Capacity Upgrade increases the maximum power by 5000.
Also does each of them raise the increase by 5000.
I am assuming since you are doing power conversion and storage you are using one of the IC2 API's. Can you tell me if you are using the IC2 experimental version or the IC2 lf version. Hoping it is the experimental version since many mod makers have started that direction (ie Buildcraft, Railcraft, UE, etc.)