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  • Intact Shield Emitter An intact shield emitter component.

  • Interface Circuit Interface Circuits are common building blocks of starship subsystems.

  • Logic Circuit An "Aphid" logic circuit. The nickname is derived from the unfortunate acronym of autonomous …

  • Lorentz Fluid So named for its myriad electrodynamic properties, Lorentz Fluid exhibits strong conductivity …

  • Malfunctioning Shield Emitter This Shield Emitter, while not being totally out of commission doesn't seem to be living up to …

  • Melted Capacitor Console A slightly damaged but still seemingly usable capacitor console. Capacitor consoles are a …

  • Micro Circuit The Micro Circuit is one of the most common electronics components seen in use.

  • Nanite Compound A soup of nanite assemblers typically used in armor manufacturing processes.

  • Power Circuit Your average run-of-the-mill closed loop electrical network with redundant autonomous …

  • Power Conduit Power Conduit runs through ships delivering energy like arteries deliver blood through a body. …

  • Scorched Telemetry Processor An expert system used in the construction of missile launchers. This one has been damaged by …

  • Single-crystal Superalloy I-beam An intact section of tritanium based single-crystal alloy i-beam for use in applications …

  • Smashed Trigger Unit This Thermonuclear Trigger Unit while smashed still seems to have it's nuclei containment field …

  • Tangled Power Conduit Power Conduit runs through ships delivering energy like arteries deliver blood through a body. …

  • Telemetry Processor An expert system used in the construction of missile launchers.

  • Thruster Console The control unit for a starships thrusters.

  • Trigger Unit A perfectly functioning cannon trigger unit.

  • Tripped Power Circuit A closed loop electrical network with redundant autonomous switchgear. This unit has all of its …

  • Ward Console The control unit for a starships shield systems.