This page is about the Buffer Cell from Project Red. For other uses, see Buffer Cell.
The Buffer Cell is a redstone circuit added by Project Red. It functions as a bridge for two crossing redstone lines (such the Null Cell) but with an positive interaction between A- and B-line (see Usage).
If the mod MineChem is installed, then you can decompose the Buffer Cell with the Chemical Decomposer into specific chemical compounds of MineChem.
A Buffer Cell from "Project Red" with A- and B-sides indicated by WAILA
For an easier usage, NEI and WAILA could be installed, which show the input, output and lock on the Buffer Cell.
The Buffer Cell has two A- and two B-sides for red alloy cables, redstone, an adjacent circuit, machine, lamp or anything that can be controlled with redstone signals.
Redstone signals are transmitted between the A-sides and B-sides, but if the the A-line is "on", then the gate switch "on" the B-line, even no signal receives one of the B-sides ("A = on" result in "B = on"). This function does NOT expire vice versa ("B = on" doesn't result in "A = on").
This function is a positive interaction. For a negative interaction between the lines ("A = off" result in "B = on"), you must use the Invert Cell.
If the A-line is "off", then the gate switch "off" the B-line, but a redstone signal/pulse can transmitted on the B-line.
Using the screwdriver from Project Red, the orientation of the gate can be changed freely in all four directions.
This page was last edited on 10 September 2017, at 14:42.
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