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This menu was introduced in 84.0 to fill the needs of the lately added sensor materials.
Description: Invisible to particles while under pressure
When exposed to high pressures, INVS becomes intangible, allowing particles to pass through like E-wall. Photons can pass through and be transformed into neutrons, but only when unpressurized.
Description: Detector, creates a spark when something with its ctype is nearby
Detector generates a spark when an it's ctype element is nearby. To set it's ctype, draw over it with an element like you would with clone. When drawing the metal that will receive the spark, or any solid element nearby it, don't accidentally draw on top of the DTEC, because that will set it's ctype and instantly start sparking nearby metal. DTEC can be used as a replacement to detector wall so that you can make your creations smaller.
You can set the .tmp to determine the radius it detects elements from (in the shape of a square)
Description: Temperature sensor, creates a spark when there's a nearby particle with a greater temperature.
If a material that is close to TSNS (in a one pixel radius, the 8 surrounding pixels) has a higher temp than the TSNS, it starts to spark nearby conductive materials (in a 2 pixel radius). You can set the TMP to determine the radius it detects temperatures from (in the shape of a square). It doesn't conduct heat, but stores the pressure given, just like TSNS.
Pressure sensor is used to detect if the ambient/air pressure is greater than the current temperature of the sensor. If it detects such a pressure, it will spark any nearby conductors. It does not conduct heat, but stores the pressure given, just like TSNS.