I'm trying to get power down from a wind farm at the top of the map down someplace where I can use it. I figured I'd upconvert it to EV, send that the 50-60 blocks I need to go, then drop it to HV and dump it in a MFSU. Pretty typical, right?
Well, it's not working, and I feel like an idiot. Please tell me I'm overlooking something simple...
Here's the power generation spot; the top is an MFE, then a MV transformer to up it to HV, then a HV transformer to go to EV. All the output faces are pointing down.
Here's a better shot for the redstone. I'm assuming the block is getting current, as it's pointing at the transformers and activated.
Here's the other end of the cable. The triple-dotted side of the transformer is pointing towards the trunk cable (to the right), and it should just be dumping to the MFSU.
I've checked the orientations at least a dozen times now, gone over it with a fine-toothed comb, and I just don't see anything wrong. The total horizontal run is maybe 12-15 blocks, so it's not like I'm trying to pass power to an unloaded chunk or anything. The MFE is currently full, so even if redstone were hitting it somehow, it should still be putting out power. Anyone have any other things to check?
If I can't get this working, I'll just have to wait until I have enough diamonds / coal to make a ton of glass cable and just run HV down. Would like to avoid doing that for now, but lacking any better (i.e. working) options...