- The orange square represents the reach of logistics network where logistics robots can move.
- The green square represents the extent of construction network where construction robots can repair, construct or remove structures.
Roboports have also 4 chargers, which are used to recharge the flying bots.
Two or more roboports can build a robotic network, if the borders of the covered areas connect.
A Roboport contains 7 slots reserved for robots, and another 7 for repair packs. You can insert robots and repair packs with an inserter. While seemingly useful, a repair pack inside a roboport is reserved for the robots inside the roboport. Repair packs are better stored inside a logistics storage chest where they can be used by all robots in the logistics network.
The Roboport needs ~200 kW of energy when idle, but can use up to ~2 MW when charging bots.
- Robotic network
- Logistic network
- Repair pack
- How exactly do RoboPorts work with each other?
- Splitting up roboport functions:
- Recharge bots
- Store unused bots
- Create a construction network
- Create a logistics network