|Created:||2 years ago|
|Latest Version:||3.0.21 (a month ago)|
|Factorio version:||0.15 - 0.17|
Provides a selection tool (default hotkey is ctrl-n), which when used to select a set of machines, calculates the maximum possible rate of items consumed and produced by those machines. These rates are displayed in a GUI window on the left side of the Factorio window, in various rate units. Items which appear as both inputs and outputs have net change calculation shown as well. (Does not calculate actual rates, for that see the excellent EfficienSee mod.)
Includes module and beacon effects. It's not necessary to select the beacons, just the machines affected by them.
For centrifuging uranium ore, it approximates the output, based on the probability and quantity range of results.
Version 3.1.21 - Selection tool and 4 function calc now available in the quickbar
Version 3.0.20 - Factorio 0.17 support.
Temporarily removed mining calculations due to lua interface change
Took a stab at updating transport belt constants, but may be incorrect
In general the rates need re-verification, but are probably correct
Version 2.1.19 Fixes bug when player dies while using selection tool.
Also includes preliminary version of mining drill/pumpjack calculations.
(Does not calculate sulfuric acid use on uranium mines.)
Version 2.1.18 Fixes bug with calculator memory keys
Version 2.1.17 Update for Factorio 0.16
Version 2.0.16 fixes a corrupted close.png file
Version 2.0.15 fixes a crash involving recipes that produce a % chance of an item (like uranium processing). Also added defensive coding for a reported crash involving an uninitialized variable
Version 2.0.14 fixes a crash caused by text entry in another mod
Version 2.0.13 added locale string for calc button
Added in-game four function calculator, accessed via hotkey or toggle button on Max Rate Calculator window
Values in MRC window, when clicked on, appear in the calculator
Version 1.2.11 fixes bad bug with new games introduced with version 1.2.10
Version 1.2.10 works with the Creative Mode super beacon, and should, theoretically work with other modded beacons, such as those in Bob's mods (with which I have not tested - feedback desired!).
Version 1.2.9 Uses some newly-surfaced variables in lua, rather than hardcoded values (LuaEntityPrototype::fluid_capacity and distribution_effectivity)
Version 1.2.8 adds vertical scroll bars if there are many items to display. Items are sorted alphabetically. Rates for fluids are not shown for nonsensical rate units such as transport belts, or inserters. Added unit rates for train wagons per minute and per hour to the Rate dropdown list.
Version 1.1.7 includes inserters in the dropdown list for rate selection, so you can determine how many inserters are needed to input/output each type of item (makes no sense for fluids, obviously). Also a tooltip on the item icon shows how many machines are inputting/outputting the item.
Version 1.0.6 fixes fast transport (belt) calculation (thanks TheZero!), and adds warning about recipe-less machines
Version 1.0.5 of the Max Rate Calculator mod for Factorio introduces a dropdown list with which the user can select the units the input and output rates should be displayed in, including:
- items per second
- items per minute
- fully compressed transport (yellow) belts
- fast transport (red) belts
- express transport (blue) belts.
(Note that for inputs and outputs that are fluids, the quantities displayed for compressed belts don't make a lot of sense. In the future, I'll either display nothing for fluids, or do it in terms of full pipes.)
It also adds a couple of columns for "net" values for items which are both input and outputs:
- Items per machine (in the selected rate)
- Number of extra or needed machines for a particular item, assuming it's moduled and beaconed the same
I've also added a close button (though you can still click most anywhere in the window to close it), and tooltips for some of the information.
A note about smelters - if there is nothing to smelt in the smelter, I don't have a recipe, so I can't display rates for it.