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About Place & Go Single Two-Way Monument Doors

Create  security door access via fuses and colour cards, 1 colour coded security door. Allowing players to exit monuments via press button.

THE MOST UPDATED Oxide.Ext.RustEdit.dll


Brought to you by KBedits, this prefab pack allows you to quickly setup basic monument puzzles.

The electrical connections made in this prefab pack are NOT meant to be broken.
If any electrical connections are broken by disconnecting Input/Output's can break the entire electrical set up.
If you are curious on how to do these yourself, please refer to our DIY prefab packs.

This pack includes the following.

    1. Two-way Single Security Door w/Fusebox setups.
        a. Green Security/Card Reader, Fusebox and Electric connections.
        b. Blue Security/Card Reader, Fusebox and Electric connections.
        c. Red Security/Card Reader, Fusebox and Electric connections.

What do I do with this?
    1. Place downloaded prefab in rust edit and break the prefab.
    2. Move interactable  prefabs.
        a. Security Doors(s)
        b. Card Reader(s)
        c. Door Manipulator(s)
        d. Fusebox(s)
    3. Hide Power sources and switches to a place a player will not interact with.
        a. All Generator Static
        b. All Orswitch, Andswitch, Timerswitch, etc..

All electrical prefabs in this pack have been tested and are working. 
If you have ANY issues, please post in the support section.

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