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INWR.png Insulated Wire
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Spawn temperature 22°C
Heat Conductivity 100%
Relative weight 100
Gravity 0.00
Acid dissolve rate 0.1%
Flammability 0
State Solid
High temperature LAVA.png above 1413.85°C
Source code


It can be created only by drawing with the brush.


Insulated Wire is a good heat conductor. It will only take sparks electricity to either PSCN or NSCN. The same rules affect giving sparks, it can give sparks only to these materials. It does not conduct under any circumstances to metal, or termistors NTCT and PTCT.


Insulated Wire will melt at [1687.00K: 1413.85C] into molten INWR, but it is not affected by pressure.


It is useful for electronics, because it cannot spark or take spark from metal, which can allow creation of "crossings". It is also used in some ARAY devices, because BRAY (shot by ARAY) does not spark INWR (as opposed to METL), and it also lets BRAY go right through.


This shows an example of INWR not conducting to METL.
Language: [[::Element:INWR|English]]