Summary: (A short description of the bug) electrical flow does not understand Electric Timer Relays
Game Version: (A21 bxxx) 324
OS/Version: (Windows / Linux / Mac) windows
CPU Model: (Intel i5 9600K / AMD Ryzen 7 1800x / etc) i7-10750H
System Memory: (4 GB / 8 GB / 16 GB / etc) 16
GPU Model and VRAM: (nVidia GTX 1060 4 GB / AMD RX 580 8 GB / etc) 2060 mobile 8gb
Screen Resolution: (Width and Height such as 1920x1080) 1920x1080
Video Settings: (Low / Medium / High / Ultra / Custom(Custom has many combinations, so just list the settings you think are relevant to the bug if any)) custom, not relevant
Game mode: (MP host / MP client / SP / Client on Dedi, RWG or NAV) dedicated server MP client issue.
Did you wipe old saves? (Yes/No) yes
Did you start a new game? (Yes/No) yes using RWG
Did you validate your files? (Yes/No) yes
Are you using any mods? (Yes/No) no
EAC on or off? off
if you put a electric timer relay between a generator and a battery bank, any powered items you attach while the timer is off (preventing power from the generator) do not power on. new powered items are checking the circuit and determining that the generator is off so start in an off state. the cord to the generator has to be cut so that new items calculate from the battery bank instead.
Detailed steps to reproduce the bug:
1) place a generator, place a timer, place a battery bank.
2)wire the generator to the timer, and the timer to the battery bank. set the timer for say, 2 hours a day.
3) items attached to the battery bank will think there is no power at all during the times that the generator is off.
Actual result: (description of what is occurring)
items are reading the first power source, which is the generator, thats only producing 1w since its only connected to the timer, and from that determining they have no power.
Expected result: (what you expect to occur) if the timer is off, the generator should not be considered at all, and power should only come from the battery bank, and calculations should be made from that point instead. i can force this to happen by disconnecting the timer from the battery, everything calculates fine, then i can reconnect the timer and it works.
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