How does the energy network behave with multiple packets per tick (aka. Amperage)?
- Do transformers process more than one packet per tick on the high voltage side? Or do they only accept 1 packet when step-down and 4 packets when step-up?
- Do converters (especially motors, but also heaters, coolers, dynamos, etc. ) process more than one packet per tick? If they do, then do it limits power range on a basis of packet size (aka. Voltage) or on a basis of total power per tick? Also, do they “coalesce” power into a single output packet per tick?
- If 1 packet satisfies the power range, but 2 also fits, will it input 1, or will it input 2, possibly starving other machines?