XNet Mod is a powerful logistics module, an efficient and expandable logistics network, which truly Implement a cable to transmit energy, redstone, fluid, Item, etc. Even under ultra-long distance transmission, this module will not cause the game to be stuck.
The XNet module adds a single type of cable: network cable. Using network cables, players can transmit Item, liquid, energy and information in real time. The main characteristics of this model are Efficiency and flexibility.
It should be noted that the transfer of Item and liquids is always completed immediately. There will never be Item or liquid “inside” the network line. If there is no space in the network to hold Item or liquids, they will not be transmitted and left in the original container.
the first is Efficiency, because it can build a huge cable network without delay (test with two boxes separated by 12000-grid long cables). The cable itself is not even a tile entity.
Furthermore, flexibility, the controller allows a truly flexible configuration for the distribution of information.
The core of the Xnet module is the network system. The network is essentially a connecting cable (through connectors) connected to various Module (chassis, machines, etc.) and a controller. The controller is the Module that does actual work for the network.
Each network can have up to 8 channels. Each channel has a type (energy, project, fluid, logic…), which players can configure in the controller. Depending on the type of channel and the machine connected to the channel, there will be different effects.
The controller needs power to work. There are basically three power consumption: constant power consumption: the default Setting is 0; the constant power consumption of each active channel: the default Setting is 1; the power consumption of each operation: the default Setting is 2.
- RFTools Base（1.12.2+）
How To Install Minecraft Mod
- Press the key combination “Window+R” to Open the Run command window
- Insert “%appdata%” and then press “Enter” to open The “Roaming folder”
- You should see a folder named “.minecraft”. If you see a folder named “mods”, simply open it.
- If you don’t see any “mods” folder in “.minecraft” folder, don’t worry! You can just create a new folder and name it “mods”. Right-click in the folder, choose “New” -> “Folder”, rename the folder to “mods” and you are done!