PRC Owner's Manual

PRC Owner's Manual
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Name PRC Owner's Manual
Source Mod MineFactory Reloaded
ID Name Unknown
Type Item
Stackable No

The PRC Owner's Manual details how to use the Programmable RedNet Controller.


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PRC Owner's Manual


  • 16 I/O points on each side
  • 16 internal variables
  • 6 user-defined circuits
  • Expandable with LX-100, 300, 500 expansion modules (sold separately)


The PRC is composed of one or more circuits. Each circuits is executed sequentially on every PRC clock cycle. Circuits are composed of inputs and outputs. Inputs can come from I/O, variables, or constant values. Outputs can be routed to I/O, variables, or null (disconnected). These options are discussed separately. All circuits default to No-OP when the PRC is initialized.


The PRC can use constant values for its inputs. It contains 16 constants, with values 0-15 in them.


Each face of the PRC can be connected to up to 16 I/O points. The front face cannot be connected, but the PRC can be rotated by using your standard sledgehammer. Each I/O point is indicated by a color, ranging from white to black as per the standard elements. I/O inputs will update on the next PRC clock cycle.


The PRC contains variables that can be used by its circuits. Variables propagate between circuits on the same clock cycle; unlike the I/O delay.


Route outputs to Null if you do not want to use the value.


The PRC GUI has four sections - from left to right they are input pins, circuit type, output pins, and circuit selection.

GUI: Circuit Type[edit]

Select a circuit type from the list to change the selected circuit in the PRC to that circuit type. Use the Next and Prev buttons to change which circuit is being edited.

GUI: Pin Mapping[edit]

PRC pins are connected in two parts, buffer and pin number. Buffer selects I/O and face, variables, constants, or null, as applicable. Pin chooses which I/O color, or which variable/constant.

Left click advances by one, and right click reverses by one. Middle click advances by 16 when using variables or constants (one for I/O).