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Consult the IC2 wiki. Teir 2 Machines are machines that require Medium Voltage to operate, or anything that requires 128 EU per packet. There are a few of them, such as the induction furnace; however, most of them operate on low voltage power.

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There isn't an especially notable lineup of medium *tier* machines. All you need to know is that it outputs 128 EU packets, and that any machine that can't accept packets that large will blow up if connected, meaning you'll need to learn how to use Transformers to downstep the packet size, or else to upgrade the allowable input size of the machines in question.

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There isn't an especially notable lineup of medium *tier* machines. All you need to know is that it outputs 128 EU packets, and that any machine that can't accept packets that large will blow up if connected, meaning you'll need to learn how to use Transformers to downstep the packet size, or else to upgrade the allowable input size of the machines in question.

can you simpifly that?

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can you simpifly that?

What he's trying to say is, consult the IC2 wiki to see what machines accept what voltage. If you try and hook up a machine to a higher voltage than it can handle, it'll blow up.

For example: You can run an MFE to an MFSU no problem because you're going from 128 EU to 512 EU. MFSU's can handle 512 EU and below. If you hook up an MFE to an MFSU, your MFE will blow up because it can handle a maximum voltage of 128 EU a packet and the MFSU emits 512.

There are ways many of your machines can handle higher voltage and that is to construct a Transformer Upgrade (not to be confused with transformers themselves) which will bump the amount of voltage that machine can handle up a voltage (LV to MV, or MV to HV).

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Note that ther seems to be a bug that makes some medium voltage machines blow up AT 128 eu/t rather than when you go beyond that... So currently, I'd not hook up an MFE directly to anything less than high voltage machines. What you can do is wire it up to tree mv/lv converters to get at least 96 eu/t.

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