Multimeter (Project Red)
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The Multimeter (formerly Wire Debugger) is a tool added by Project Red. It is used for debugging:
- Red Alloy Wire
- All Insulated Wires
- Bundled Cable
- All Colored Bundled Cables
- Framed Red Alloy Wire
- Framed Bundled Cable
- all Framed Insulated Wires
- Low Load Power Line
- Framed Low Load Power Line
Recipe[edit | edit source]
Usage[edit | edit source]
Redstone signal[edit | edit source]
Right-clicking with the Multimeter on Red Alloy Wires, all Insulated Wires, Framed Red Alloy Wires, and all Framed Insulated Wires will display the intensity of the redstone signal at the selected point of the wire for three seconds.
Right-clicking with the Multimeter on Bundled Cables, all Colored Bundled Cabless and Framed Bundled Cables will display the current channels and which ones are on at the clicked point on the wire for three seconds. "Off" means that no channel is transmitting a redstone signal. "Numbers" shows the active channels, where each number represents a color/channel, which are listed in the following table:
|Color||White||Orange||Magenta||Light Blue||Yellow||Lime||Pink||Grey||Light Grey||Cyan||Purple||Blue||Brown||Green||Red||Black|
Electrotine power network[edit | edit source]