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|Number of cells||63|
|Output orientation||Turned left, flipped|
|Output offset||(17, -40)|
|Recovery time||90 ticks|
|Discovered by||Paul Callahan|
|Year of discovery||1997|
Lx200 is a composite conduit, one of the original sixteen Herschel conduits, discovered by Paul Callahan in June Category:Patterns found in 1997. It is made up of two elementary conduits, HL141B and BFx59H. The Lx200 and F166 conduits are the two original dependent conduits (several more have since been discovered). After 200 ticks, it produces an inverted Herschel turned 90 degrees counterclockwise at (17, -40) relative to the input. Its recovery time is 90 ticks, which is the lower limit for dependent conduits (other than the hive-laying H-to-MWSS conduit with only one boat that doesn't allow any glider to escape). It can be made Spartan by replacing the snakes with eater 1s in one of two orientations.
The pattern as shown in the infobox has a ghost Herschel marking the output location. It also starts with a three-tick predecessor of a Herschel, because the initial transparent catalyst block in this or any dependent conduit prevents the actual Herschel stage from forming. A second copy of the conduit is included in the pattern, to the right of the working copy, with a ghost Herschel the correct input location. Use this second copy as a guide for appending an Lx200 conduit to a previous Herschel conduit.