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Redstone Filters

Paul Soporan edited this page Dec 7, 2019 · 2 revisions

Redstone Filters

Redstone Filters are used to change the behavior of Redstone Conduits.

Note: In the tables below, 0 denotes the absence of Redstone Signal (Signal Strength 0), while 1 denotes the presence of Redstone Signal (Signal Strength 1-15).

Redstone Filter Base

  • Used to craft the other Redstone Filters.
  • Cannot be used inside the Redstone Conduits.

Redstone NOT Filter

  • Used inside the Output Filter Upgrade slot of the Redstone Conduits.
  • Inverts the Input Signal(s).
  • It always Outputs a Signal Strength of 15.

Table of the NOT Filter

Input Signal Output Signal
0 0
0 1
1 1
1 1

Redstone OR Filter

  • Used inside the Output Filter Upgrade slot of the Redstone Conduits.
  • Listens for Input Signal on 2 Channels.
  • Channels can be configured by Editing Filter Settings in the Redstone Conduit GUI.
  • Outputs Signal if it receives Input Signal on any configured Channel.
  • It always Outputs a Signal Strength of 15.

Table of the OR Filter

Input Signal 1 Input Signal 2 Output Signal
0 0 0
0 1 1
1 0 1
1 1 1

Redstone AND Filter

  • Used inside the Output Filter Upgrade slot of the Redstone Conduits.
  • Listens for Input Signal on 2 Channels.
  • Channels can be configured by Editing Filter Settings in the Redstone Conduit GUI.
  • Outputs Signal if it receives Input Signal on both configured Channels.
  • It always Outputs a Signal Strength of 15.

Table of the AND Filter

Input Signal 1 Input Signal 2 Output Signal
0 0 0
0 1 0
1 0 0
1 1 1

Redstone NOR Filter

  • An inverted Redstone OR Filter.
  • Used inside the Output Filter Upgrade slot of the Redstone Conduits.
  • Listens for Input Signal on 2 Channels.
  • Channels can be configured by Editing Filter Settings in the Redstone Conduit GUI.
  • Outputs Signal if it doesn't receive Input Signal on any configured Channel.
  • It always Outputs a Signal Strength of 15.

Table of the NOR Filter

Input Signal 1 Input Signal 2 Output Signal
0 0 1
0 1 0
1 0 0
1 1 0

Redstone NAND Filter

  • An inverted Redstone AND Filter.
  • Used inside the Output Filter Upgrade slot of the Redstone Conduits.
  • Listens for Input Signal on 2 Channels.
  • Channels can be configured by Editing Filter Settings in the Redstone Conduit GUI.
  • Outputs Signal if it doesn't receive Input Signal on both configured Channels.
  • It always Outputs a Signal Strength of 15.

Table of the NAND Filter

Input Signal 1 Input Signal 2 Output Signal
0 0 1
0 1 1
1 0 1
1 1 0

Redstone XOR Filter

  • Used inside the Output Filter Upgrade slot of the Redstone Conduits.
  • Listens for Input Signal on 2 Channels.
  • Channels can be configured by Editing Filter Settings in the Redstone Conduit GUI.
  • Outputs Signal if it receives Input Signal on any but not both configured Channels.
  • It always Outputs a Signal Strength of 15.

Table of the XOR Filter

Input Signal 1 Input Signal 2 Output Signal
0 0 0
0 1 1
1 0 1
1 1 0

Redstone XNOR Filter

  • An inverted Redstone XOR Filter.
  • Used inside the Output Filter Upgrade slot of the Redstone Conduits.
  • Listens for Input Signal on 2 Channels.
  • Channels can be configured by Editing Filter Settings in the Redstone Conduit GUI.
  • Outputs Signal if it doesn't receive Redstone Signal on both of the configured Channels or if it receives Input Signal on both configured Channels.
  • It always Outputs a Signal Strength of 15.

Table of the XNOR Filter

Input Signal 1 Input Signal 2 Output Signal
0 0 1
0 1 0
1 0 0
1 1 1

Redstone Toggle Latch Filter

  • Used inside the Output Filter Upgrade slot of the Redstone Conduits.
  • Works as a T Flip-Flop.
  • It toggles the Output Signal every time it receives an Input Signal.
  • It always Outputs a Signal Strength of 15.

Redstone Counting Filter

  • Used inside the Output Filter Upgrade slot of the Redstone Conduits.
  • The Count can be configured by Editing Filter Settings in the Redstone Conduit GUI.
  • Outputs Signal every time it receives Count Input Signals.
  • Initially, the Counter is set to 0.
  • The first Input Signal after Count Input Signals resets the Counter to 1, so it is counted as an Input Signal.
  • It always Outputs a Signal Strength of 15.

Redstone Sensor Filter

Redstone Timer Filter

  • Used inside the Input Filter Upgrade slot of the Redstone Conduits.
  • The Time can be configured by Editing Filter Settings in the Redstone Conduit GUI.
  • It transmits a Signal every Time game ticks.
  • It can be disabled by powering the Redstone Conduit that contains it with a Redstone Signal.
  • It always transmits a Signal Strength of 15.
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