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INWR.png Insulated Wire
Insulated Wire. Doesn't conduct to metal or semiconductors.
Section Electronics
Spawn temperature 22°C
Heat Conductivity 100%
Relative weight 100
Gravity 0
Acid dissolve rate 0.1%
Flammability 0
State Solid
High temperature LAVA.png above 1413.85°C
Misc properties
Conducts electricity (SPRK)
Source code

Insulated Wire. Doesn't conduct to metal or semiconductors. (not true)


Insulated Wire's description is misleading, as it does, in fact, conduct to some semiconductors (Template:ElementBtn and Template:ElementBtn), though it does not conduct to Template:ElementBtn and Template:ElementBtn, or any other elements.

A beam of Template:ElementBtn normally blocks other beams of white Template:ElementBtn, unless the space where they would cross has a particle that is transparent to BRAY (FILT, INWR, ARAY, etc.) For some reason, INWR is most commonly used for this.


It can allow creation of "crossings", because it does not conduct to most metals. It is also used as ROM in printers to store the image, and in decoders. It can be used as a destroyable replacement for filt.


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