So, with the new (To me) ability for tesseracts to move items/power/fuilds all in one device I have a couple questions on how you are using these devices.

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How do you handle pushing or pulling power & fluids to and from multiple locations? Are you using different channels? If so how are you handling pushing power around the base?

What do you do if you say wanted to power a mob grinder and move essence into a tank while at the same time powering a rancher and move milk to another tank? How does the tesseract know where to send what?

My first inclination with AS was to use ender tanks to move fluids around my base but they are not in the pack. The next idea was to use AE Fluids + Tesseracts. However, I couldn't find a tutorial on how to do this correctly.

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6 years ago
Generally I have the following setups with Tesseracts:

Channel 1: Power and Items. Generally this involves having one tesseract in the base that has your power being pumped into it, and items being received from it. Then, whenever you set up a miner (quarry, digital miner, etc) – you can just use the same channel to receive power and send the items back to base. This also works for farms (power the farm, pipe back the items), etc.

Channel 2+: Fluids. I generally don't send fluids through my main channel – and you're going to want a separate channel for each fluid. Unless you do a lot of extra processing work.

(I've never actually sent two different fluids simultaneously through a single tesseract channel, so I have no idea what happens.)

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Original Poster6 years ago

So, in my exaple if you had a remote farm or grinder you would need 2 Tesseracts? 1 for power and 1 to pull liquids back to base?

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6 years ago
The two fluids thing just depends on the storage. All of my metals are smelted in a tinkers construct smeltery, then sent into openblocks tanks. All the liquids run through one pipe, I just have to make sure a servo is installed for each tank with the desired liquid white listed.

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6 years ago
FYI sending multiple fluids is absolutely fine as long as there is an output for them all somewhere. Fluid Interfaces work near instantly, so you can happily send multiple fluids through your default tesseract and into your network. The tesseract acts like a single point of space, so even if your storage for one fluid gets full then all the others will continue to work until their own storage is full.

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6 years ago
You can transport multiple fluids and item streams through a single channel along with RF but each Tesseract is limited only to one channel. You can set a Tesseract to only input, only output or both input and output any items and fluids they get, but you cannot filter a channel to get a Tesseract to push/pull a specific type of fluid/item.

For your example, the simple answer is that no, you cannot tell a Tesseract to output milk here and mob essence there only if they're both on the same channel. You'll need something like a Fluiduct with Pneumatic Servo installed to filter the fluids it outputs instead.

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6 years ago

Generally when I use tesseracts I make a new channel for lots of different things. I'll send power through a “Power” channel. Then in each area that requires power attach a receiving tesseract to a redstone energy conduit that feeds your machines. I'll also hook up aqueous accumulators to a “Water” channel so I can always have water on the go.

I'll also setup a general receiving tesseract that is sitting on a ME Interface and ME Fluid Interface. This way I can send any item/fluid through that channel and it goes directly into my ME system.

You can also setup specialized channels that send both power and mob essence so you can put a single tesseract on an Auto-Spawner to spawn mobs.

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6 years ago

Multiple channels, usually.

I have one Default channel that sends power, and accepts both items and liquids next to a fluid and item interface. A majority of machines can be run from this one channel, the only exception is if they need an input not produced locally. For example, a basic MFR farm would work with the tesseract for power, and the items can be pumped to the planter before the tesseract. If the farm needed a fertiliser too, I'd need to set up another channel.

The rest of the channels need to either be unique to a type or group of machines, or unique to an item/liquid.

You could set up a channel to export all types of combs to be centrifuged, for example, or you could set up a channel to export mob essence which would be used for your spawners as well as any auto-enchanters or ore smashers. If you wished, you could also use that channel to also export the items and ores for your enchanters and smashers, so long as you filter the outputs appropriately.

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Basically, you can send any number of types of items and liquids through a tesseract, but you need to control which items end up where. When they're all going to the same place, like your AE network, that's not a problem. When they're going out to other machines, if you choose to send multiple items through the same channel you will need to filter your outputs with itemducts or similar.

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