|First Appearance||Beta 1.3|
|Type of Block||Solid Block|
|Data Values||Hex: 5E|
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 do not interact with any blocks adjacent to it, excluding the input and output.
If an ignited repeater goes into a unlit/lit repeater, this will cause a Repeater lock. When this effect happens, the repeater that has the signal will have a bedrock chip, permanently giving signal or permanently off signal. Even if the input is destroyed/added, it will have no effect on the repeater. This can be repelled by removing the signal off the repeater.
|Redstone Torch||Redstone Dust||Redstone Torch|
- 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 "diode".
- The reason why the torches look shorter is because the torches are actually off set from its y-axis.