When it comes to EU loss in cables, you always want to subtract 1 from the length of the cable to get it's maximum distance length. The reason being is that as soon as it hits block #40, it will drop the charge, and you won't see any energy on block #41 (which I'm assuming is your Batbox or MSFU)...
The actual distance is 512*39, or 19968 blocks of distance.
I think you've missed the point of this topic completly, no offense.
The power isn't going 5% as far as it's supposed to, a little calculation error like that makes no difference in what I'm asking.
No, because Glass Fiber can't handle over 512 Eu/t... ask some people who handle CASUC's and forgot that little detail, lol...
Unless it's been changed recently...
Alright, I edited my post, but it's still dying out before reaching even 500 blocks, not even one one fourtyth of the way.
If I have an
extremehigh voltage packet, over a glass fibre cable, shouldn't the charge be able to go 512*40 = 20480 blocks and still deliver some charge?
Because I have it going over a wire of about 1200 blockls long and I'm not getting any charge at the other end.
Any help here?