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  1. p = peripheral.wrap("back")  --Where is the reactor
  2. componentThreshhold = 0.9 --90% durability lost
  3. SteamCapacity = 40000 -- Steam Reactor's have an internal capacity of 50000
  4.  
  5. term.clear()
  6. term.setCursorPos(1,1)
  7. print("Starting up Reactor Manager")
  8. print("Please Wait...")
  9.  
  10. --Checks to see if the reactor has Steam Vents and measures enables the steam sanity check if true
  11. sanitySteam = 0
  12. for i=1,54 do
  13.     if p.getItem(i) then
  14.         if p.getItemMeta(i).displayName == "Steam Vent" or p.getItemMeta(i).displayName == "Reactor Steam Vent" or p.getItemMeta(i).displayName == "Overclocked Steam Vent" or p.getItemMeta(i).displayName == "Advanced Steam Vent" then
  15.             sanitySteam = sanitySteam + 1
  16.         end
  17.     end
  18. end
  19. if sanitySteam > 0 then
  20.     SteamReactor = 1
  21. else
  22.     SteamReactor = 0
  23. end
  24.  
  25. --Starts the reactor loop
  26. while true do
  27.     if rs.getAnalogInput("front") > 0 then  --Checks the front of the computer for a Redstone signal to enable the reactor
  28.         T = 0  --sets initial componentThreshhold bit
  29.         F = 0  --sets initial fuelPresent bit
  30.         for i=1,54 do  --inspects every component in an ic2 reactor or steam reactor and checks to see if the durability is below the desired componentThreshhold, throws a componentThreshhold bit if true allowing the reactor to cool down
  31.             if p.getItem(i) then
  32.                 if p.getItemMeta(i).name ~= "ic2:itemreactorrods" then
  33.                     if p.getItemMeta(i).durability then
  34.                         if p.getItemMeta(i).durability > componentThreshhold then
  35.                             T = T + 1
  36.                         end
  37.                     end
  38.                 else
  39.                     F = F + 1
  40.                 end
  41.             end
  42.         end
  43.         term.clear()
  44.         term.setCursorPos(1,1)
  45.         if SteamReactor > 0 then
  46.             for _,v in pairs (p.getTanks()) do
  47.                 if v then
  48.                     if v.amount then
  49.                         print(v.name..":"..v.amount.."/"..v.capacity)
  50.                         if v.name == "steam" then
  51.                             if v.amount > SteamCapacity then
  52.                                 T = T + 1
  53.                             end
  54.                         end
  55.                     else
  56.                         if v.name == nil and v.capacity == 50000 then --Written due to a bug with the steam reactor itself
  57.                             print("steam:0/50000")
  58.                         end
  59.                     end    
  60.                 end
  61.             end
  62.         end
  63.         if T > 0 then
  64.             rs.setAnalogOutput("back", 0)
  65.             rs.setAnalogOutput("left", 15) -- turns a lamp to the left on to show the reactor is off
  66.             rs.setAnalogOutput("right", 0)
  67.             print("Reactor:Sleep Cycle")
  68.             sleep(2)
  69.         else
  70.             if F == 0 then
  71.                 rs.setAnalogOutput("back", 0)
  72.                 rs.setAnalogOutput("left", 15) -- turns a lamp to the left on to show the reactor is off
  73.                 rs.setAnalogOutput("right", 0)
  74.                 print("Reactor:Out of Fuel")
  75.                 sleep(2)
  76.             else
  77.                 rs.setAnalogOutput("back", 15)  --turns the reactor on
  78.                 rs.setAnalogOutput("left", 0)
  79.                 rs.setAnalogOutput("right", 15)  --turns a lamp to the right on to show the reactor is on
  80.                 print("Reactor:On")
  81.             end
  82.         end
  83.  
  84.     else  -- Disables the reactor because the redstone signal in front of the computer is off
  85.         rs.setAnalogOutput("back", 0)
  86.         rs.setAnalogOutput("left", 9)
  87.         rs.setAnalogOutput("right", 0)
  88.         sleep(10)
  89.     end
  90. end
  91.  
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