Standup Conduit Generator I

Basic
 Type ID35913
 PublishedTrue
Volume1,000,000.00 m3
Volume1,000,000.00 m3
Mass500.00 kg
Mass500.00 kg
Radius1.00
radius1.00
Banned in Empire SpaceTrue
Cargo
Capacity0.00 m3
Fitting
CPU usage10,000 tf
Powergrid Usage20,000 MW
 Max Modules Of This Type Allowed1
Fuel
 Service Module Cycle Fuel Need30 units
 Service Module Online Fuel Need2,160 units
 Full Power Mode Shield and Armor Hitpoint Multiplier4.00 x
 Service Module Fuel NeedFuel Block
Usage
Can be fitted toAnsiblex Jump Gate
Other
 Cannot be UnfitTrue
 Requires Infrastructure UpgradeAdvanced Logistics Network
 serviceModuleFullPowerStateArmorPlatingMultiplier1.00
 structureItemVisualFlag1.00
Capacity0.00 m3
Type Info

Description

The Standup Conduit Generator is a service module that enables the creation and maintenance of stable spatial conduits connected to another similar device within range. When linked with another active conduit generator within 5 light years, this module allows the passage of starships safely across the intervening distance safely and instantly. Jumping through this connection requires the consumption of large volumes of Liquid Ozone fuel in addition to the standard hourly fuel block consumption of the active service module. This Liquid Ozone fuel consumption changes depending on the mass of the jumping ship and the distance traveled. The Ozone consumption formula is:
Units of Ozone Consumed = (Ship Mass in kg) x (Jump Distance in LY) x 0.000003 + 50

This service module may only be onlined in a system that contains an Infrastructure Hub with the Advanced Logistics Network upgrade active.
This service module is automatically included built-in to every Upwell Ansiblex Jump Gate, and cannot be removed from that structure.

Standup is a proprietary system that uses a Structure Autonomous Nanoassembly Device (Upwell) containing integrated template software, a nanoassembler array and sufficient nanomass to enable the construction of a variety of service modules, structure modules and structure rigs when inserted into the appropriate slots on a structure built with Upwell technology.