Spatial Containment Structure
A Spatial Containment Structure or SCS, is a Multiblock networked structure that dictates a region of space as the target of the ME Spatial IO Port.
The rules for a valid SCS are,
- A minium size of 3x3x3 ( this will capture a single block. )
- All Spatial Pylons must be in the outside bounding box.
- All Spatial Pylons must be either connected with cable or via a QNB, and on the same network.
This also means you can only create 1 SCS per Controller.
The Formed Status of the SCS is displayed as the color of the Spatial Pylons if it is a red color, that means the configuration is invalid, if its a light purple color, it indicates it is valid. The status is only available if the pylons are powered, and connected.
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