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Pattern type Conduit
Conduit type Converter
Input B-heptomino
Output Glider
Number of cells 27
Spartan? No
Discovered by Tanner Jacobi
Year of discovery 2015

BNE14T30 is a B-heptomino to glider converter found by Tanner Jacobi on May 26, 2015.[1] It consists of a transparent block and an unnamed 23-bit still life, xs23_69ajc321e8zx123. This converter has the unusual property of being an edge shooter where no part of the reaction's envelope extends beyond the glider's output lane.

It can be easily connected to Herschel circuitry via HFx58B or other known elementary conduits. It can barely be used with the Simkin glider gun due to its repeat time of 120 ticks, and only with certain previous conduits such as a BRx46B. With an HFx58B input the repeat time is 126.


  1. Tanner Jacobi (May 26, 2015). Re: The Hunting of the New Herschel Conduits (discussion thread) at the forums

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