Originally Posted by Bru1zer
Not entirely true, disconnect from power until you have the required energy, then reconnect and it will continue.
look at EU splitter cable.
Did that and it still would not complete. It was getting the full 128 EU/t from the MFE at that point and had more than enough energy. It would continually give the insufficient energy error (at least on the electrolyzer) and drain the MFE.
I future I will pair each one with a MV-transformer direct connect and back that up with the MFSU and a glass fiber connection - or multiple MFSUs and HV.
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