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Daylight Sensor
Daylight Sensors
A Daylight Sensor







First Appearance

Update 0.13.0


Yes (Up To 64)

Daylight Sensors are Redstone-related Blocks that were added in Update 0.13.0, and produce a Redstone signal based on the amount of sunlight it receives.



Daylight Sensors are mainly used to produce Redstone signals in proportion to the amount of sunlight and moonlight. They can be inverted by tapping on it. They can also be used as Fuel in a Furnace, and can smelt 1.5 Items.



Regular Daylight Sensors activate when exposed to a sufficient amount of sunlight, or when the sky light level drops to 0.


Daylight Sensors can be inverted. During this mode, they activate only when the sunlight is low or nonexistent.


  • Daylight Sensors cannot be activated through artificial light sources (Like Torches).
  • When underwater, Daylight Sensors create Airlocks.
  • Since the signal is directly proportional to the sunlight (or inversely in 'Inverse Mode'), if an opaque block is placed above it, it will not function.
  • Daylight Sensors have a thickness of 38 of a block.
Redstone (Torch, Active)RedstoneRedstone (Torch, Inactive)

Redstone Dust | Redstone Torch | Piston | Redstone Lamp | Pressure Plate | Lever | Redstone Ore | Block of Redstone | Redstone Comparator | Daylight Sensor | Weighted Pressure Plate | Redstone Repeater | Button | Dispenser | Dropper | Hopper | Command Block | Note Block | Trapped Chest | Tripwire Hook | Observer

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