The Synchronizer is a logic gate that functions as 2 RS Latches connected to an AND Gate. When its left or right sides are powered, the corresponding light will turn on and remain on even if the signal it received was a pulse. When both lights are on, it will briefly emit a redstone pulse, and then reset. It will also reset if its middle input is powered.


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A Synchronizer can be used similarly to an AND Gate, with one major difference. While an AND Gate requires multiple inputs being powered simultaneously to produce an output signal, a Synchronizer does not because it remembers the pulse it received before the second pulse.

If you try to use an AND Gate with two inputs that pulse instead of having a constant ON state, the inputs have to be sychronized for the AND Gate to emit an output signal. The Synchronizer allows a signal to pass even with inputs that are out of phase.

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Two offset Timers give input signals to this Synchronizer. The left Timer has already sent a pulse which the Synchronizer remembers, as seen by the left red light. The right Timer is currently sending its pulse.

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Having received both input signals, the Synchronizer sends an output signal to the lamp.

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