TheJ485
TheJ485
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8th January
10th January
A solar panel that doesn't start self-powering even after the photons have stopped due to loops of SPRK forming within the metal.
einstein panel solar

Comments

  • Matera_the_Mad
    Matera_the_Mad
    11th January
    This is cool, though!
  • Matera_the_Mad
    Matera_the_Mad
    11th January
    The spark loop is inevitable in a simple pscn/nscn/conductor panel. I got around it in a different way. id:2317313
  • TheJ485
    TheJ485
    10th January
    @Kazitor I've found it to happen super often, weird. Just keep firing photons and it should happen eventually.
  • kazitor
    kazitor
    10th January
    I can't reproduce any spontaneous self-powering with a regular two layers of silicon.
  • kubulll
    kubulll
    9th January
    id: 2372858 works nearly same
  • Tetratrary
    Tetratrary
    8th January
    @RaconTPT it's not a bug, it's an unintended side effect due to how SPRK reacts with conductors.
  • nikolait
    nikolait
    8th January
    Good jobb +1
  • RaconTPT
    RaconTPT
    8th January
    im annoyed that they havent fixed that phot bug yet
  • Stecat94
    Stecat94
    8th January
    works great
  • dominiPOL
    dominiPOL
    8th January
    this is pretty simple but i love it