ON THIS WIKI
|Source Mod||Modular Force Field System|
On the front of the Extractor there are 3 parts of information;
|WE:||How much EU the machine is receiving to work.|
|WC left :||How many work cycles are left in the piece of forcicim (each) forcicium starts with 250 cycles) it is extracting.|
|Fe Cap:||How much Force Energy is stored inside of the Extractor if there is no MFFS Capacitor attached to Extractor.|
The four lights in the corners turn green when the extractor is running. The extractor can accept high voltage ic2 power (EU).
 The GUI
1. Input slot
The first slot on the very top is the slot for you to place your forcicium , one piece of forcicium will get you 3,000,000 Force energy (FE). You can place either the raw type or insert the more compact MFFS Compact Forcicium Cell.
2. Compact Forcicium Cell slot
The slot to the right of where you put your forcicium, is where you could put a Compact Forcicium Cell and it will create forcicium, using 200.000 EU or 80.000 MJ per focicium. The compact cell can hold 1000 forcicium, so it is an easy way to supply large amounts of forcicium to your extractors.
3. power up setting
this icon represents how the machine is turned on. the first is by a redstone signal, (no signal=off of course) the second with a mffs switch tool, and the third by mffs control system.
4. Capacity Upgrade slot
The left upgrade slot is for Capacity Upgrades (9 max) which allows the Extractor to store more FE internally.
5. Booster Upgrade slot
The right upgrade slot is for Extractor Boosters (19 max). This increases the rate at which the Extractor extracts the FE from the forcicium.
7. Card slot
The slot on the farthest right is where you put your MFFS Card (Power Link). To create an energy link card get a MFFS Card (Blank) and right-click on a MFFS Capacitor. Place the MFFS Card (Power Link) into the farthest right slot. By doing this all the Force energy that the MFFS Extractor creates will be stored in the MFFS Capacitor .
8. Internal storage
This field shows the current amount of power held inside the Extractor. If a capacitor is attached, the extractor will attempt to fill the capacitor first. Then fill its internal storage.