How To Make Daylight Detector In Minecraft
This blog post will show you how to craft a Daylight Detector that gives out a Redstone signal depending upon sunlight.
Everything you need to craft a Daylight Detector in Minecraft
A Daylight Detector in Minecraft outputs a Redstone signal depending upon the proportion of the daylight or nighttime. This makes it a handy Redstone block that can be used in various different Farms or contraptions that you want to get activated automatically depending upon the time of the day.
Here are the items you’ll need to craft a Daylight Detector:
How to craft a Daylight Detector in Minecraft
#1 Crafting Glass
Glass in Minecraft can be created by simply smelting some sand in a furnace. Melted sand will create glass blocks that we will be used directly in our recipe.
#2 Acquiring Nether Quartz
Nether Quartz in Minecraft is mined from Nether Quartz ore which looks white in color and can be found only in the Nether dimension. On mining the ore block, you’ll get the nether Quartz.
#3 Crafting Wood Slabs
Wood slabs in Minecraft are crafted from wooden planks, which are crafted from wood logs. Simply put some planks on the crafting table by the recipe given above to get wooden slabs.
#4 Crafting Daylight Detector
Once you have gathered every single time for the recipe, simply toss them up in the crafting table by the recipe shown above, and you’ll have crafted a daylight detector in Minecraft.
As mentioned earlier, the Redstone signal will depend upon the time of the day.
The daylight detector can be moved using a piston in Minecraft; it won’t break off into an item.
A daylight detector doesn’t get water logged when water flows near it. Instead, the water or the lava flows around it without affecting the detector.
What is the given command to get a Daylight Detector in Minecraft?
The command to give yourself a Daylight Detector: /give @p daylight_detector 1