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Containers

Item Image Description
Mechanical Toolbox
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The standard blue toolbox and iconic symbol of SS13's robust combat system because of its longstanding choice as an improvised weapon. For best results, apply directly to forehead. Found all over the station, and contains useful tools for anyone without a nearby fabricator.

Contains:
-Screwdriver, wirecutters, wrench, welder, crowbar, atmospheric analyzer. (default)
-Upgraded atmospheric analyzer, soldering iron, t-ray scanner, wire coil, milk, banana, peanut butter sandwich (the variant Engineers spawn with)

Electrical Toolbox
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Intended for fixing destroyed power infrastructure. They are clustered around tool storage and electronics.

Contains:
- Screwdriver, wirecutters, crowbar, t-ray scanner, 3x wire coils (default)
- T-ray scanner, device analyzer, soldering iron, wire coil, robust coffee, chips, cheese sandwich (the variant mechanics spawn with)

Emergency Toolbox
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Hidden mainly in firefighting stashes in maintenance tunnels and emergency supply lockers. They're still great for caving in a skull.

Contains: fire extinguisher, station bounced radio, flashlight, crowbar (red variant).

Tool Belt
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A toolbox that fits on the belt slot. A Holy Grail for anyone unwilling or unable to stuff their tools into a backpack box. Mechanic and Engineer spawn with a version with tools. Empty ones often appear in Engineering Storage and sometimes Tool Storage, Warehouse, and maintenance depending on the map. Additional empty belts also appear in, naturally, Utility Belt Crates from Cargo.

Holds absolutely anything in the tools category and many other tiny or small items. Contains:
- Nothing. (default)
- Screwdriver, wirecutters, wrench, welder, crowbar, multitool, deconstruction device. (variant Mechanic and Engineer start with.

Tools

Item Image Description
Screwdriver
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One of the most, if not the most essential tool. Used in moving windows and grilles, building computers, opening maintenance panels in electronics, fixing microwaves, modifying small devices, opening cyborg heads and more.
Wirecutters
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Used in wiring, hacking, deconstructing computers, etc. Live wires should always be handled with insulated gloves.
Wrench
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Used in building computers, activating cyborgs, deconstructing walls and furniture etc.
Welder
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A heavy engineering tool. An active welder will ignite plasma, break light bulbs, set off nearby fire alarms and do horrible things when swung at a person. Click on it while it's in-hand to activate it. To refuel it, click on a handheld or full-size welding fuel tank while the welder is off and in your active hand. Operating one will cause eye damage without proper protection.
Crowbar
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A general-purpose opener. Used to pry open firelocks and unpowered doors, prying up or out floor tiles, window frames, wall girders, computer modules and so on. There is a variant with a red body that appears in emergency toolboxes; aside from different sprite, it behaves identically to its less-decorated kin.
Multitool
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An electrician's precision tool. Known mostly for being a cornerstone of hacking, it's also essential for finishing APC repairs.
T-Ray Scanner
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A combined ultrasound probe and volt meter. When operated like a flashlight, it emits terahertz range radio pulses that briefly reveal hidden wires, disposal pipes and cloakers. When used on wires, doors or other electronic equipment, it reports whether it's powered or electrified. Engineer's and mechanic's PDAs have these instead of the standard flashlight modules.
Wire
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Spare cable, found plentifully in yellow toolkits and boxes marked "Cable Storage". Used in constructing computers, repairing damaged wiring under floors and much more. Check out Guide to Wiring for details on how to put floors and wire together to make things happen. While red is the most common color, electrical toolboxes and certain Cargo crates (all under Basic Materials section) have wire in many other colors, including: black, blue, brown, green, hot pink, orange, purple, white, and yellow.
Soldering Iron
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Essential for electronic projects as far as gadget construction is concerned, but not much more than a superheated stabbing implement for the rest.
Deconstruction Device
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Does the exact opposite and disassembles any piece of machinery, yielding its respective object frame, which can later be deployed elsewhere using a soldering iron. The general process is that you click on the thing with the device, and then press the right buttons while holding device and the right tool.

There are two versions that deconstruct the same but have different damage: the one with a nasty saw blade is also a slow but brutal weapon, but the one that vaguely resembles an RCD does no damage at all. Engineers and Mechanics start with the former on their utility belt, the Chief Engineer's aurora belt also has it, and so do Mechanic equipment lockers. Cyborgs with the engineering module get the one with different sprite that does no damage.

Atmospheric Analyzer
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Instant atmospheric analysis. Lists the temperature, pressure and the proportions of gases either in the open air or inside pipes and canisters. Abundantly available in blue toolboxes, but every PDA has this feature built-in. Adding a atmospheric analyzer upgrade from a Vendomat lets it analyze gases in open air, but not canisters or similar, from long range.
Device Analyzer
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Scans one or multiple electronic devices into memory, which can then be redeemed for a blueprint in the ruckingenur kit. The mechanic's PDA comes with a superior scanner which transmits all schematics wirelessly into the workshop.
RCD (Rapid Construction Device)
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Point-and-click repair magic! The RCD conjures up and tears down various station structures using a 50-unit magazine of compressed matter, depending on the setting, which is changed by clicking on the thing while it's in your hand (Hotkey: C for Goon WASD, Z for /tg/style hotkeys). Each construction/deconstruction action has a 5-second delay, and it creates sparks when switching between modes or when it finishes its task, which may ignite nearby flammable materials.
  • RCDWallsFloorsV2-32x32.png Floors/Walls: Uses 1 unit to build a floor on empty space or a lattice. Uses 2 to build a wall on a flooring or just 1 to add plating to a girder, completing the wall. Can also upgrade regular walls to reinforced walls for 2 matter units. This setting cannot replace burnt flooring or add tiles to bare plating; use floor tiles for those!
  • RCDAirlocksV2-32x32.png Airlocks: Builds a generic grey airlock for 5 matter units. This airlock has no access attached to it.
  • RCDDeconstructV2-32x32.png Deconstruct: Removes walls, girders, floors, lattices, and windows, each for 8 matter units and removes airlocks for 15 units. Can also downgrade a reinforced wall into a regular wall for 8 units.
  • RCDWindowsV2-32x32.png Windows: Creates a generic (i.e. not reinforced) glass window over a plating or grille for 2 matter units.

The whole station has exactly two units: one is locked away in EVA and the CE sleeps next to the other one. Engineering cyborgs and Ghost Drones have built-in RCDs that do not need refilling and instead replicate the compressed matter straight from their power supplies, at 1 matter unit = 100 charge, so emergency repair work usually falls on them. It is also possible to buy an empty one from Cargo's RCD replacement crate or make one at a mining fab that's been hacked.

Compressed Matter Cartridge
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"Ammo" for the rapid construction device. These standard size ones each give 10 units of matter for the RCD. Five of them are usually bundled in the "RCD crate" the station's RCD units come in, and additional ones can be created at mining fabs and general fabricators that have been hacked.
Medium Compressed Matter Cartridge
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These larger cartridges grant 50 units of matter for the rapid construction device, enough to fill a completely empty one. Available at mining fabs and general fabricators that have been hacked.
Large Compressed Matter Cartridge
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The extra big ones start with a generous 100 units of matter for the rapid construction device Since RCDs have 50 unit capacities, this of course means some left over. Can be made at mining fabs and general fabricators that have been hacked, with correspondingly high material requirements.
Miniaturized Lamp Manufacturer
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You don't use this to install new light fixtures. Instead, you click on an existing light fixture to insert a new the light bulb/tube with the bulb color set. Works on all fixtures, whether fully-function, broken, or missing a bulb. Click on it in-hand to cycle the bulb colors, going in order of: white, red, yellow, green, cyan, blue, purple, blacklight/UV, back to white.

There are two versions of this that differ by resource cost. The gun-shaped one on the left is part of the Construction Equipment crate that can ordered by the QM(s), and it requires 1 metal sheet with each use. To load it, simply click on the device with the sheets; loading it takes up to 5 sheets from the stack, and it has a capacity of 20 sheets. Meanwhile, the claw-like version on the right is used by certain types of Cyborg, and rather than metal, it takes charge from the cyborg's battery, with adding in missing lights and replacing functional ones costing more than replacing broken ones.

Floor and Wall Planner
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Changes the textures of existing floors and walls and can also remove changed textures. To use it, put it in your hand and left click on it. It will pop up a dialog box for three modes:
  • Floors: Lets you pick from a list of several floor patterns, from standard station floors to grass and sand to even caves and strange stone (there are no pictures). After you've chose the one you want, you can left-click on a floor to change it to the selected texture. Some floors cannot be changed.
  • Walls: Works similar to floor mode, except with walls. Again, some walls cannot be changed.
  • Restore original: For if you want to completely remove the new sprite you put in and go back the original one before you did any modifications. It works exactly like putting down new floor/walls textures, making reversing changes nice and easy.

Part of the Construction Equipment crate, which can be ordered from the Quartermaster(s). Manta's Sea Turtle also starts with one.

Window Planner
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Formerly the material shaper, a tool that takes processed metal bars and glass cubes and uses them to produce preset glass/grille windows, providing a efferent and quick way to make them without manually setting them down yourself. The gun has two different modes that are pretty straight forward. Has two modes:
  • 'Marking/unmarking plans for grille and glass structures.' - When you left click on an area, it puts down a transparent red outline of where you want your glass/grille section to go. Left clicking it again in this mode erases it. You can see the outlines with a construction visualizer, if you somehow got a hold of one.
  • 'constructing planned grille and glass structures.' - Left-clicking on outlines set down on the above mode (not the floor they're on) uses the stored glass/metal to make the structure for you at the cost of 2 metal and 4 glass.

Found in the Construction Equipment crate from Cargo.

Equipment

Item Image Description
Welding Mask
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Looks all business. When toggled down by , will darken the wearer's vision a bit and prevent eye damage from light sources, be it welding or something else. Can be found in Engineer equipment lockers and welding supplies lockers or fabricated at general manufacturer.
Hard Hat
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Comes with a built-in flashlight. Protects the head quite well.
Hi-Vis Vest
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That's short for high-visibility vest, also sometimes called a safety vest. Not too much in the way of stats aside from some slight cold resistance, but sure does make you look like you know what you're doing. Found in the equipment lockers for Engineer, Mechanic, and Chief Engineer and appears in many maps' Warehouse areas.
Engineering Headset
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Stay in touch and coordinate with your colleagues. Type say :e to talk over the engineering channel.
Meson Goggles
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What distinguishes an engineer from an assistant. Tints the vision green, but, when toggled, allows the wearer to see the condition of the station infrastructure through walls, and allows better vision in the dark. Rather scarce aside from the units that start in card-locked equipment lockers.
Insulated Gloves
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For handling live wires. Highly coveted for their ability to allow door hacking. Found in electrical supplies, Engineer's equipment, and Mechanic's equipment lockers and can be ordered by the Quartermaster in the form of Electrical Maintenance Crates. They are also sometimes found out in the open in Engineering and Mechanics, as if waiting for someone to break in and steal them.
Firesuit
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Protects the wearer from extreme heat/cold and from catching fire. The suit is not effective against hard vacuum and will slow down your running speed when you're wearing it. It's available in Engineering Storage and, on some maps, a few other parts of Engineering, it spawns in firefighting closets fairly often, and more can be bought from Cargo through Firefighting Supplies Crates.
Firefighter Helm
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Reduces damage to the head. Offers only slightly more resistance to heat and extreme temperatures than most helmets, but definitely complements with the firesuit better than the hard hat.
Fire-Fighting Grenade
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Creates a roughly 5x5 spray of fire-fighting foam, instantly putting out most fires. Remember: click on it in-hand to prime, press SPACE to enter Throw mode, then click on a tile to actually throw it somewhere. Found in Engineering Storage and Cargo's Firefighting Supplies Crate.
Engineering Space Suit
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Preferred gear for braving the vacuum of space. Will slow down your running speed indoors. The helmet has a built-in flashlight.
Engineering Diving Suit
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Preferred gear for braving the Trench, unnecessary on the station Z-level. Will slow down your running speed indoors. The helmet has a built-in flashlight.
Class II Radiation Suit + Hood
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The preferred choice for walking in radstorms and handling radioactive substances such as cerenkite, or, in theory, fuel rods. Each piece reduces damage from radiation by a fair bit, so wearing the full set helps, and the suit piece clicks in the presence of radiation, with faster clicks meaning more intense radiation (same as handheld Geiger counter). It has poor insulation though; don't expect it to protect you from the vacuum of Space or a roaring hot loop fire. Only Clarion, Destiny, and Manta have these on-station, so order one from Cargo or scavenge one from the Debris Field if you're on a different map or need a spare.
Aurora Belt
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A special, enhanced version of the standard tool belt, available exclusively in the Chief Engineer's locker. It's a personal shield generator that blocks the wearer from 25% of melee attacks. When activated, it blocks 80% of melee attacks and grants complete cold and heat protection, plus a little ranged damage reduction. The effect lasts around 20 seconds and recharges in about twice that time. It can also hold an RCD and its matter unit cartridges, on top of the stuff regular utility belts can fit.
Jetpack
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Provides air and allows you to move freely in space when worn on your back and the jetpack function is on, at cost of high oxygen drain. The flying function can be toggled on/off by pressing "Toggle jetpack(jetpack name)" button in the top left. You must set the jetpack's oxygen supply in the exact same way you would set an oxygen tank, and it requires a breath or gas mask to work. Blue ones are found in EVA, the Mining Department, and sometimes Engineering, while the red ones spawn in red closets in the Listening Post and Syndicate Battlecruiser.

Note: Don't be tempted to top off your jetpack with regular air. It only works with pure oxygen.

  • JetpackMagTetherV2-32x32.png - On Manta, when the ship is in motion, if the jetpack function is toggled on, the jetpack prevents you from being dragged towards the bottom of the station z-level, but the magnetic tether must be active. While the sprite is different to reflect this, jetpacks otherwise act the same as on other stations'.
  • SyndicateJetpackMagTetherV2-32x32.png - The red jetpack is not subject to the Manta's tether and can thus fly when the tether is down.
Magnetic Boots
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Aka, magboots. When activated via the (De)Activate Magboots (magnetic shoes) ability in the top left, they provide some Disorient (Body) resistance, give you a clonky footstep sound, and prevent you from being thrown, pushed, or pulled, even if you're dead on the ground - the boots must be removed first. You also cannot be moved around by a conveyor belt or teleported by a telegun. However, they slow you down, and you can still be grabbed. Switching placing while on Help intent still works.

Useful for safely repairing hull breaches, since they prevent from you from slipping in space being pushed backward by on-coming air. A pair starts in the CE's locker and a few more are available to engineers and miners.

Power Cell
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Main power for Cyborgs and backup juice for APCs before the lights go out. Several types of these high-capacity batteries can be found on the station, differing in maximum capacity or other properties. If depleted, they may be recharged manually.
Fuel Pellet
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Used by the radioisotope thermoelectric generator to make electricity. As you'd expect, the amount of power they generate depends on their radioactivity (which, curiously, is measured in rads), though as of now, they only come in cerenkite pellets. More cannot be fabricated. Hardly found outside of Clarion's engine room.

Building Materials

Item Image Description
Light Tubes
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In addition to windows and floor tiles, the incandescent tubes are usually the first casualties of rampant chemistry in the science wing or the cafeteria. Boxes of replacement lights are available in e.g. tool storage and the janitor's closet. They can also be fabricated in a rainbow of colors, including black light.
Light Bulbs
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Dimmer and cheaper, ordinary bulbs are used in areas less traveled such as maintenance halls and emergency tool stashes. They can be usually found in the same haunts as light tubes and are fabricated in as many varieties.
Neon Lining
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Neon lighting that can be configured in many different shapes and colors and does not require power, obtained via the Neon Lining Crate from Cargo. Click on the coil of neon lining in-hand to swap it between three colors, blue, pink, and yellow, place it down simply by clicking on the tile, and remove it with a crowbar. Use screwdriver to rotate, wrench to change shape of neon lining, multitool to change placement of glow at ends, and wirecutters to turn off/on.
Metal Sheets
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Used for many construction projects. Can come in many different materials, with steel being most common, but they all otherwise act the same. Available in Engineering Storage, Tool Storage, and sometimes a few other odd places, and Cargo can order them in bulk in 50- and 200-sheet packs. General manufacturers can make them one sheet at a time. Can only be assembled in stacks of up to 50 by hand. Can also click on them while they are selected in your hand to craft them into various shapes.
Reinforced Metal Sheets
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Stronger metal. Make them yourself by combining regular metal sheets and rods or have a general manufacturer build them straight from processed ore, one at a time.
Glass Sheets
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Used for many construction projects. Available in Tool Storage, Engineering Storage, and sometimes a few random maintenance areas depending on the map, and Cargo can order them in bulk in 50- and 200-sheet packs. General manufacturers can make them five sheet at a time. Can only be assembled in stacks of up to 50 by hand.
Reinforced Glass Sheets
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Almost twice as strong as regular glass. Made by adding rods to standard glass sheets or by using a general manufacturer, which creates them one at a time.
Plasma Glass
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Stronger than regular glass. Can only be made in a fabricator.
Reinforced Plasma Glass
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Extremely strong. Made by adding rods to plasma glass or by using a fabricator.
Rods
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Used for many construction projects. Made by constructing them with regular metal sheets, removing reinforcement from reinforced metal sheets, and using a general manufacturer, robotics fab, or medical fab. Also available in Tool Storage, Engineering Storage, and sometimes a few odd maintenance areas depending on the map.

In addition to construction, rods are also serviceable weapons in a pinch and can be used as "lances" when "jousting" with Segways. They are also used for many thing-on-a-stick recipes.

Floor Tiles
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Make these from regular metal sheets or just crowbar them right out from under people's feet. Damaged floor tiles are automatically discarded upon removal.
Metal Foam Grenade
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Creates a huge expanding mass of liquid metal foam that stops gas flow and, after a short delay, solidifies into weak metal foam walls and floors. The solid foam is fragile and is easily destroyed by blunt objects. Clicking on the foam with floor tiles will instantly replace the foam with flooring, without breaking the foam and potentially causing an air leak. Good for sealing huge hull breaches to quickly stop atmospherics leaks and then later adding something more solid.

Machinery

Item Image Description
Power Transmission Laser
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See Powering the station.
Shield Generator
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Like a Meteor Shield Generator, but for the whole entire ship. Despite all the fancy blinkenlights and displays, all you have to do is click on this thing to turn the ship-wide meteor shield on, blocking not only all the meteors but also all the Space Pods going in. It's somewhat hard to notice, but if there's a meteor shower coming/going on, the little ship screen in the middle will display where exactly the meteors are coming from.
Shield Control Computer
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Basically a smaller version of the Shield Generator, for turning on and turning off Clarion's/Destiny's ship forcefield remotely from the Bridge.
Magnetic Tether
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When the ship is moving, and this thing is active, ensures jetpacks on Manta can prevent their users from being passively pulled towards the bottom of the map and into the Trench and allows ghostdrones to freely move through the currents. If rendered inactive (e.g. via explosion), jetpack users and ghostdrones will be pulled towards the map bottom, though they can still propel themselves if their jetpack thrusters are on. Otherwise does nothing when Manta is not in motion.
Furnaces
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A combustion-based power/heat generator that accepts many different solid fuels. Click on furnace with fuel source in-hand to load it in, or, for certain fuel types, click-drag its sprite onto furnace sprite to load several in at once. Click on furnace to turn it on/off and start/stop burning fuel and making energy. See Powering the station for more details.
SMES
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The station's capacitors. All APCs draw power from the SMES, assuming the connection is intact and stable. The SMES in turn draw power from sources such as the engine or solar arrays, or the furnaces. SMES must be configured for optimal use: The input must be set equal or less than the power coming in, and the output must be set to equal or less than the input. The difference between output and input will build up as reserve power in case the power source is disabled.
Engine Output Monitoring Computer
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Located in engineering's power control room, wired in between the engine and the SMES. Displays the output from the engine, and how much the SMESs draw.
Solar Panel Control
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Shows orientation and power output from connected solars. Can be used to manually align the panels to the sun, but that's rarely necessary.
Power Monitoring Computer
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Located in engineering's power control room. When connected to the power grid, it will display a list of all APCs on the station and their current charge. If the SMES are set correctly, then the total power output should exceed the power load. If no APCs show up on the screen, it means a wire has been cut somewhere.
Reactor Statistics Computer
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Displays several tables of information about the thermo-electric engine, the combustion chamber, and the gas loops, all explained here.
APC
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Short for area power controller. It controls power to certain types of electric devices in the room and houses a backup cell to power machinery if it is not receiving adequate power externally. These have many, many settings, detailed here.
Junction Box
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Weird little doodads scattered throughout Manta that sometimes malfunction and require fixing. If left unrepaired, they drain a few tens of kilowatts every second from the power grid.
Experimental Local Generator
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A portable cell charger that uses plasma as fuel. It can directly charge the local APC or an inserted power cell. The generator is available from the cargo bay.
Radioisotope Thermoelectric Generator
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A stationary generator that uses the radioactive decay of inserted fuel pellets to create electricity. It charges wires in a power grid rather than power cells or APCs. Hard to find outside of Clarion or Destiny.
General Alert Computer
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Lists all alerts on the station and lets you clear them. Unfortunately, it doesn't mention specifics, and half the time it's nothing to worry about.
Gas Reserve Tank
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Fixed pressure vessel used to store a large amount of gas, roughly double the volume of portable canisters. Every air hookup contains one of these.
Tank Dispenser
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Dispenses gas tanks. Found in engineering, toxin research and other places.
Air Siphon
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A portable gas container that can be set to either intake the local atmosphere or expel its contents. If filled with air, it can be used to re-pressurize areas that have lost their atmosphere, such as recently fixed hull breaches. Can also take in or expel its contents into portable tanks, which can be attached then detached.
Air Scrubber
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This portable device filters out plasma, N2O/sleeping gas, and CO2 from the surrounding atmosphere and removes chemsmoke clouds. These require power from the local APC and are specifically controlled by the "Environmental" setting. If need be, clicking on the machine with a wrench or similar anchors/unanchors it, making it unmovable/movable.
Space HVAC
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Slowly heats and/or cools the surrounding air to a designated temperature. Good for after a hull breach sucks all the warm air from a room or when hellburns get hella outta hand. You can screwdriver open the panel to swap out the cell and/or set the temperature the HVAC it should try to reach. Can be found in various nooks and crannies in maintenance.
Energy-Shield Generator
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Creates a energy shield that prevents certain objects from passing through the shield depending on the power level, which is toggleable via the right click menu. Power Level 1 blocks gases, 2 gases and liquids, and 3 people, and other solid objects. Like its meteor shield cousin, it usually runs on power cells, but it can run on the station power grid if someone unscrews its cover, takes out the cell, and wrenches it over a wire.
Fluid Tank
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Heavy-duty fluid-draining (or -flooding) tank that can hold up to 20000 units of liquid. If you click on the tank, you can turn it on and off and toggle whether it's taking in fluids or pumping them out into its surroundings. Usually found in a few odd nooks and crannies in maintenance and can be created at general manufacturers.
Disposal Pipe Dispenser Cart
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Basically a disposal pipe dispenser with wheels, so that you can replace/add disposal pipes without lugging a whole bunch of pipe parts all the way from Disposals. Also has the option to lay pipe while moving, similar to laying cable.
ABC-U
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Found in ABCU Unit Crates and occasionally other places. Can build entire rooms - see Construction for more information.
Ruckingenur Kit
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Creates blueprints of scanned devices, which can then be used in the reverse-engineering fabricator.
MechComp Dispenser
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Stocks a wide variety of electronic components.

Geothermal Capture System Components

Item Image Description
Dowsing Rod
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Essential for finding hotspots, appears inside crates in Oshan's Engineering foyer. When it's placed on the seafloor and in the range of a hotspot, relays a wealth of information:
  • The light will turn a certain color depending on the temperature of the ground beneath. Blue signifies cool temperatures, while purple, pink & red ones denote hotter ones. White means it hasn't found a hotspot.
  • The indicator near the top will briefly flash the estimated distance to center of nearest hotspot and periodically broadcast it to those nearby. If there are multiple hotspots on its tile, it will take distances to all the hotspot centers and add them. Distance estimates are affected by Doppler shift.
  • If it beeps, that means it's found the true center of a hotspot.
Power Shovel
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Used to dig holes on Abzu's seafloor for vent capture unit construction. It can also mine, though it usually can't break anything harder than rock, ice, or the softer ores. Runs on a 100 PU battery, and digging with it costs 2 PU when active, for a total of 50 digs. Attacking costs 10 PU when active. The shovel can be recharged at a recharger, and it accepts other cells. Appears on a rack in Oshan's Engineering foyer.
Reinforced Wire
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A special electrical wire, reinforced with additional metal and surrounded by a thick coat of synthblubber. These are explosion-resistant and may take several tries to snip with wirecutters. Its coils often hold more cable. Comes as loose coils and in boxes scattered throughout Oshan's Engineering foyer.
Vent Capture Unit
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Converts a section of a hotspot's geothermal energy to electricity. The more heat, the more electricity. Adjacent units reduce electricity production of other units somewhat. To construct one, simply stand over a hole dug by a power shovel and either click on the unbuilt vent capture unit while it's in your hand, as if you were constructing a table or put the unbuilt unit over the hole and use a screwdriver, wrench, crowbar, or soldering iron. To deconstruct it, hit it wrench, crowbar, screwdriver, or soldering iron. Unbuilt kits are found in Oshan's Engineering foyer, and more can be scanned through Mechanics.
Stomper Unit
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When placed and activated on top of or directly adjacent to the center of a hotspot, it will lock the hotspot in place. If it's activated anywhere else in the hotspot region, it will send the hotspot away from the stomper and cause to start drifting acrosst he map, potentially causing massive damage. Has an auto-stomp mode that can be toggled via right-click menu. Can, unsurprisingly, stomp up people and certain objects if they somehow end up under it. Found in Oshan's Engineering foyer
Controlled Demolition Pipe
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Essentially a weak pipebomb for making holes on the seafloor, so you can harvest the energy trapped in the rock underneath, found in engineering explosive crates. The explosion can't break any flooring besides seafloor, can only damage nearby windows and walls, and does little damage to people, (though it still does shrapnel), but it's still strong enough to create a roughly 3x3 hole in the seafloor. Still a bad idea to use these on the station.
Engineering Explosive Crate
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Contains six controlled demolition pipes for blowing through the seafloor to mine the rock underneath for extra hotspot energy. Access-locked to Engineering, i.e. if you can access Engineering, you can open and close this crate. Oshan's Engineering foyer has one.
Sea Ladder
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Lets you safely go up and down deep holes in the seafloor. Simply plop it over a hole to deploy the ladder, then click on it to climb up/down. To remove it, right-click the ladder and choose Fold up. Oshan's Engineering foyer has some on a rack, the Syndicate Battlecruiser has one, and there are some scattered about maintenance on Oshan. Often used to reach rock under a hotspot, but since you can still pull it while it's deployed, it might make an interesting Trench shortcut...

Singularity Engine Components

Item Image Description
Emitter
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Essentially a glorified laser. Once welded down, wrenched into place, and activated, it periodically emits a huge energy beam that deals huge damage, can pass through windows, and, somehow, activates and powers field generators. Unsurprisingly good, if somewhat slow, at murdering Blobs, assuming no reflective membranes of course.
Field Generator
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Magical force field generator that, once welded to the floor, bolted down with a wrench, and activated, somehow uses and stores the energy from emitter beams to create a containment field. This containment field will shock you if walk into it, even if you're wearing insulated gloves, so keep your distance!
Gravitional Singularity Generator
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The holy jam jar. This is the actual component that generates a Singularity, but it can't do that if it's not within a 5x5 space enclosed by an containment field.
Collection Array
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Like a solar panel, but instead of converting radiation from a star into electricity, it converts Hawking radiation from a black hole. Requires a tank of plasma to function, which it consumes at a very negligible rate.
Array Controller
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A hub of sorts for adjacent collection arrays. This is the machine that's actually outputting all the electricity generated by the arrays; in fact, if you use an atmos analyzer on it, it'll tell you exactly how much. Most setups arbitrarily link them to only two arrays, but it can handle up to eight directly adjacent to it, which is actually indicated on the little panel.
Engine Master
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Lets you startup Mushroom Station's/Donut 2's singularity engine, if all the components are secured over a data terminal.
Engine Control Computer
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If given certain commands, automatically start ups Manta's singularity engine, if all the components are secured over a data terminal. Found in that map's engine control room.
Singularity Buster Rocket Launcher
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Safe singularity destabilization. Load with it with the specialized buster rocket, aim, and fire; note that the launcher slows you down. If it hits, the rocket will downgrade the singularity into a blackhole, which will rapidly suck up everything towards it but eventually disappear. Both the launcher and its ammo can be found in the Chief Engineer's private quarters on Manta, casually sitting on a desk, and in Anti-Singularity Packs.

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Machinery MiniPutt.png Pods · ClownCar.png Vehicles · ThinkDOSPCV2-32x32.gif Computers · Fabricator.png Fabricators & Manufacturers · GenericPDAV3-32x32.png PDAs · Implanter2.png Implants
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Catering WateringCanV2-32x32.png Plants & Hydro Equipment · THE MONSTER.png Foods & Drinks
Weapons CyalumeSaberV4.gif Syndicate Items · RevolverV2.png Guns · ChemGrenadeCompleteV2.png Grenades · TransferValveBomb.png Bombs