Sorry for my bad english.
I'm using IC2 2.6.11-ex110.
And still can't understand how energy loss is working. I don't care about it when using MV or HV on small distances. But I have problems when I want calculate distance, where energy loss really may cause problems.
In description of cables you can see their loss per block:
Tin/Copper cable - 0.20 EU/block;
Gold cable - 0.40 EU/block;
Iron cable - 0.80 EU/block.
Are these numbers are correct?
For example, I use 1 solar panel that have output: 1 EU/t.
1/0.2 = 5 blocks.
But when I try it (in creative mode), energy works on 10 blocks (less with every block) and on 11th energy dissapear.
Ofcourse, I can remember, that 1 EU/t works on 10 blocks. But the question is: how can I calculate energy loss for big distances?
P.S. Sorry for stupid question.
P.P.S. Also have problems with iron fences (they don't work as ladders). Can you explain please?