Steam Gauge (Flaxbeard's Steam Power)

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This page is about the Steam Gauge added by Flaxbeard's Steam Power. For other uses, see Steam Gauge.
Steam Gauge

ModFlaxbeard's Steam Power
TypeSolid block
Properties
Blast resistance1
Hardness1
Flaxbeard's Steam Power Information
Journal entry Steam Gauge
I've created a simple method for measuring steam within a conduit. I can simply slap on one of these to a boiler, pipe, tank, or other device and it will visually display the pressure, outputting a corresponding redstone signal to comparators.
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The Steam Gauge is a block from Flaxbeard's Steam Power. It is used to measure steam pressure within machines, Pipe, tanks, or other steam-holding devices. The gauge will move closer to the right side when given more steam, and to the left when it loses steam. It must be placed directly onto a face of the desired machine. It will output a redstone signal, with a strength of 0-15 based on how full the steam container is, to Redstone Comparators.

It can be used to create the Steam Exosuit Chestpiece and Steam Jetpack.

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Version history
0.21.5CHANGE: Steam Gauges can now be read by comparators
0.25.1CHANGE: Steam Gauges placed on the Steam Filler will now report the steam in the item being filled rather than network pressure.