Fluxducts are blocks that transfer Redstone Flux between blocks.
Fluxducts come in six tiers, each with their own recipes.
A placed fluxduct can be instantly picked up by dismantling it with a wrench. It can also be mined using a pickaxe.
When placed, a fluxduct connects to any adjacent fluxducts and blocks that can transmit or receive Redstone Flux. Any connected side of a fluxduct can be disconnected and reconnected by using a wrench on it.
When a block transmits Redstone Flux through a fluxduct, the energy is distributed to all connected blocks that can receive it, as evenly as possible.
A limited amount of energy per tick can be transferred through each fluxduct connection. However, there is no limit on how much power can travel through a fluxduct itself.
A network of fluxducts can store a certain amount of energy, so that unloaded chunks do not immediately cause it to stop supplying energy. The energy capacity of a network is proportional to the amount of blocks connected to it.
Fluxducts come in six tiers.
|Tier||Max. transfer per connection||Note|
|Redstone Energy||9,000 RF/t|
|Cryo-Stabilized||N/A||No transfer limit; does not store energy.|