Wireless transmitter, transfers spark to any other WIFI on the same temperature channel.
|Acid dissolve rate||0.2%|
|High pressure||above 15 pressure|
There are 101 channels available to WiFi. A WiFi particle's channel is determined by its temperature. The first channel ranges from 0°K to 73.15°K (-273.15°C to -200°C), and after that, each channel is 100° apart. For example, the next channel would be from 73.15°K to 173.15°K (-200°C to -100°C), and so on.
The easiest way to set the channel of WiFi is to use PROP. Simply change the WiFi's temperature to the channel multiplied by 100. For example, to get channel 47, you would set the temp to 4700. The actual channel is shown in the .tmp value in order to make it easier to see.
WiFi does not conduct heat, but its temp (and thus channel) can be changed by PROT.
EMP will randomly change the temperature of WIFI when it is active.
When the pressure is above 15, WiFi will break into BRMT, which will immediately melt if the channel of the original WIFI particle was over 10 (above 1000°C).