Remember your Power Monitor MUST be connected with a cable. Otherwise it does nothing.
Yes and Yes... If I just place the Power Monitor next to the Capacitor, you cant read anything and it even states that when you mouse over. I connected it to monitor the "Inlet" side of the Capacitor (Like the Direwolf20 Set Up), Set the Monitor for 95% / 99% and set the "Inlet" side of the Capacitor to activate with a redstone signal. Nothing... It's like it isn't even there. I can read the Power Tables from the monitor, but it doesn't respond the way I expected. Still tweaking...Doesn't it have to be a ender io conduit?
This. Every time I build a prototype in creative, then try reproduce it in survival, I screw it up. Then through the screw ups I learn something new. Then again, I'm still stuck in BC and IC2 for most of my worlds. I'm kind of like the Hodor of minecraft, if Hodor had a dream of being a nuclear engineer.Planning huh? Heard of it, never done it before.
Seriously, I almost always fly by the seat of my pants when building things.