AC Electric EngineEdit

The alternating current (AC) engine, like its DC cousin, requires a redstone signal to perform. However, this one needs an alternating signal, best supplied with a redstone clock. Faster cycle times correlate to more consistent power output, with 2-clocks providing a constant supply of 512 Nm at 256 rad/s (131.072kW). This engine requires a magnetized shaft core, which it will gradually de-magnetize.

  •  Torque: 512 Nm
  • Speed: 256 rad/s
  • Power: 131.072kW
  • Power Source: Redstone Clock and Magnetized Shaft Core
  • Requires Consumables: No
  • Risks: None