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A Redstone Repeater is a redstone block. It can act as a repeater, a diode, or a delay.
A repeater extends a powered redstone current by fifteen blocks. The repeater can delay this current by up to four-tenths of a second. Repeaters will have their movable torch become a horizontal bar if powered from the side by another repeater and stop responding to changes to the input block while in this state.
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- Prior to Beta 1.6, the particles generated when the block was destroyed looked like those of a Pumpkin.
- In the coding, it is referenced as a "diode", a semiconductor device with two terminals (a cathode and anode), typically allowing the flow of current in one direction only.
- The reason why the Redstone Torches appear shorter is because the torches are actually off-set from their y-axis.
- A redstone repeater will naturally generate in a Jungle Temple.