Introduction: Minecraft Redstone Pulse Length Controller
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This instructable will show you how to build a pulse length controller in minecraft. Have you ever needed the time a button is pressed to be shorter or longer? Well, this instructable will show you how to do that!
You will need the following:
- Some way to trigger the circuit (button, lever, another circuit, etc.)
- AT LEAST 2 redstone repeaters
- AT LEAST 5 redstone dust
- 1 redstone comparator
Step 1: The Main Circuit
This part of the instructable will teach you the main circuit. (The next step will set how long the pulse will last.)
The main circuit is very simple. Set it up as shown in the 1st picture.
- The repeater and comparator must be facing opposite directions
- The repeater must be on its lowest setting
- The comparator must be in subtraction mode (right click until the middle lights up as shown)
Step 2: The Fuse
The fuse will determine how long the pulse will last. Set it up as shown in the picture. The way to figure out how long it will last is to take the value of all the repeaters you use, and subtract 1. This is the number of redstone ticks it will last. (1 redstone tick = 2 game ticks = 0.1 seconds barring lag. See https://minecraft.gamepedia.com/Redstone_Repeater#...
You may put as many repeaters as you want going in that direction, but note that you must have at least 1 repeater attached to the comparator.
Step 3: Input and Output of Circuit
You may attach an input and an output to the circuit anywhere on the circuit. (Convenient, right?) An example is shown in the picture.
Step 4: Finished
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