They are lines that can carry a signal from a Pressure Plate, Button, Lever, Signal Sustain or Delay, and any logic gate to activate a connected device. Wires come in a small light blue-grey box. When the wire is active, it will turn a light blue color, showing that it is leading a signal. Although it appears that it might, an active wire does not generate any light despite the color change. A wire can run a maximum of 20 units in length, while its counterpart, the Neon Wire, has a maximum length of 16 units.
Multiple wires can be connected to a single source. This is great for a trigger to activate multiple devices at once.
How to Use
- Open the wire box and place the starting position for the wire. This is usually at the output of a gate or trigger.
- Place points of the wire where the signal is wanted.
- End the wire somewhere, usually at the input of a logic gate or device.
- If the wire must be extended, connect another wire to the end of the first wire.
Some devices will not work correctly through logic gates. Using a button as a repeater solves this. Connect the wire to a button, and another to the button's output as the wire to the device.