The Low Voltage Transformer is used to turn Medium Voltage (MV) EU current into Low Voltage (LV) and back. This is useful for powering basic machines.
MV current must be wired into the High Voltage face (the 3-dotted one), while LV current can be wired into any other face. By default, the Transformer outputs LV current. A Redstone signal must be applied to it in order to make it reverse flow, thereby emitting MV current from the High Voltage face (the 3-dotted one).
When using any Transformer, remember that the 3-dotted side means higher current and the 1-dotted sides mean lower current. You can change the direction the 3-dotted side is facing by right-clicking a 1-dotted face with a Wrench.
Converting to LV:
In order to convert from MV to LV, you must point the cable carrying MV from a MV Transformer or MFE Unit to the 3-dotted side and then link a cable to one of the sides with a single dot. Then that cable will be carrying LV that you can safely link to machines or store in a BatBox.
Converting to MV:
In order to convert from LV to MV, point the cable carrying LV from a BatBox or a Generator to one of the one-dotted sides and then link a cable that can carry MV to the 3-dotted side. Do not forget to apply Redstone to the LV Transformer.
|Input||32 or 128|
|Output||32 or 128|