|Shield recharge time
|Capacitor Recharge time
|Shield Damage Limit (per second)
|Armor Damage Limit (per second)
|Structure Damage Limit (per second)
|Maximum Locked Targets
|Maximum Targeting Range
|Ladar Sensor Strength
|Magnetometric Sensor Strength
|RADAR Sensor Strength
|Gravimetric Sensor Strength
|DPS threshold to pause armor repair
|Capacitor Warfare Resistance
|Remote Electronic Assistance Impedance
|Remote Logistics Impedance
|Sensor Warfare Resistance
|Stasis Webifier Resistance
|Weapon Disruption Resistance
|Maximum cargo deposit range
|DPS threshold to pause shield repair
|DPS threshold to pause hull repair
|Theoretical Maximum Targeting Range
Designed by the Upwell Consortium to function as a successor and improvement over starbase cynosural generator arrays, the Pharolux Cyno Beacon is a key element of their new Fast Logistical EXpansion (FLEX) structures product line.
The Pharolux provides a stationary cynosural beacon on to which jump-capable vessels can lock their drives and make FTL jumps, safe in the knowledge of a stable connection in a presumably secure location. The Upwell Consortium has made certain improvements but the base technology used in the Pharolux is essentially the tried and true cynosural beacon device.
Each Pharolux Cyno Beacon structure is automatically equipped with one Standup Cynosural Field Generator I service module. This service module may only be onlined in a system that contains an Infrastructure Hub with the Cynosural Navigation upgrade active.
May not be deployed within 200km of another Upwell Structure, or 1000km of Stargates, Stations, or Starbases. A maximum of one Cyno Beacon structure may be deployed per system.