Transmitter Mod 1.5.2

Transmitter Mod for Minecraft 1.5.2

Updated: May 23, 2015 | 337 views |

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The transmitter block transfers a redstone signal wirelessly 200 blocks away. If you have a gravel block above or below it it will transmit for 500 blocks. The receiver block ?catches’ the signal and activates or deactivates redstone that is attached to it. The transmitter can be placed in all six directions.

I’ve thought of several uses for this mod, including checking the status of your mob traps, routing a minecart from a station to the correct destination, sending an SOS signal, etc. See the video to understand how to use it.
The recipe is shown in the video.

Installation:

Singleplayer Instructions

  • Locate the minecraft.jar
  • Open the minecraft.jar in a program like winrar and delete the META-INF folder.
  • Download & Install Risugami’s Modloader
  • Download & unzip Transmitter mod.
  • Copy all of the *.class files from the unzipped folder into your minecraft.jar.
  • If an /imgz/ folder is in the unzipped folder, copy it over to minecraft.jar.

Multiplayer Instructions

  • Locate the minecraft.jar
  • Open the minecraft.jar in a program like winrar and delete the META-INF folder.
  • Download & Install Risugami’s Modloader
  • Download & Install ModloaderMP in both the client and server (if you’re running one)
  • Download & unzip Transmitter mod.
  • Copy all of the *.class files from the unzipped “client” folder into your minecraft.jar.
  • If an /imgz/ folder is in the unzipped folder, copy it over to minecraft.jar.
  • If you’re running a server: Open the minecraft_server.jar in a program like winrar.
  • If you’re running a server: Copy all of the *.class files and /imgz/ folder from the unzipped “server” folder into your minecraft_server.jar.

If you’re having problems please reinstall ModLoader. Then make sure you deleted META-INF from minecraft.jar. If that doesn’t work, and you’re sure you reinstalled modloader just now, it could be a blockID or itemID conflict. These mods will automatically create a file in (minecraft folder)/mods/DJoslin/, open that file and change the ID to an unused one.

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For 1.5.2

http://www.dl.9minecraft.net/index.php?act=dl&id=1370202913

For 1.5.1

http://www.dl.9minecraft.net/index.php?act=dl&id=1364285271

For 1.3.2

http://www.dl.9minecraft.net/index.php?act=dl&id=1349535859


Credits: djoslin