Ender Receiver

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Ender Receiver
Name Ender Receiver
Source Mod Extra Utilities
ID Name
Type Item
Stackable Yes (64)

The Ender Receiver is an upgrade item added by the Extra Utilities mod. The Ender Receiver is an upgrade for the Transfer Node (Energy) and (Hyper Energy). In its native state (immediately after crafting) the receiver is not useful, it must first be set to a frequency by naming it on the anvil, costing 5 levels per receiver in the stack. It can also be set to a private frequency (only sending and receiving to those owned by the same player) by right-clicking while holding it. Once set to a frequency and placed in an energy transfer node the receiver will draw RF from every transfer node containing an Ender Transmitter of matching frequency to fill the buffer of its own node, regardless of whether those nodes are connected via a Transfer Pipe, or in the same dimension.

The receiver itself does not have a transfer limit, and can completely fill transfer node (energy) or (hyper energy) with every game tick, however those buffers are not infinite, making the effective transfer limit 10,000, and 1,000,000 respectively per node.

The receiver can draw from any number of ender transmitters at a time. When multiple receivers are drawing on the same frequency the amount of RF transmitted will not be divided among them nor transmit to only one as conventional wisdom would dictate. Instead every transmitter will draw more RF from their own nodes to transmit to each receiver as though that receiver were the only one on the channel up to the limit of the transfer node's RF capacity (not it's transfer limit). If, in this manner, the transmitter attempts to draw more power from a node than the node's capacity, then the transmitting node's capacity will be divided evenly among all the receivers.



Ender Receiver has no known uses in crafting.


These will not load the chunks they occupy and will cease to function in a chunk that is not loaded. A Chunk Loader or World Anchor is needed for reliable use.

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