Engineering and electronics

Engineering equipment

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Energy transferers
Used to aid targeted, friendly robots with a little energy from your own accumulator.

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Energy drainers
For stealing energy from targeted enemy robots for your own use.

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Energy neutralizers
Neutralizers deplete enemy accumulators faster than drainers, but consume your own accumulator quickly as well.

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Accumulator rechargers
Increases the rate at which your accumulator recharges by lowering the time to recharge to full.

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Enhance the total reactor performance of the robot, so you can equip modules with larger reactor usage.

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Auxiliary accumulators
Increases the total size of your accumulator. It’s worth noting that this module may actually increase your recharge rate more than an accumulator recharger if large enough –auxiliary accumulators don’t make your recharge take longer; they just make it larger.

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Energy injectors
With injectors, you can instantly add energy to the accumulator. The module requires a charge for each energy injection.

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Evasive modules
When applied, the evasive module can adjust the position of the armor plates on the robotic chassis in order to deflect some of the incoming damage. The result is a slightly reduced surface hit size.

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Energy Recovery Platings - unlike regular armor platings - can't protect you from incoming damages, but the uniquely designed plate structure is capable of transforming a given proportion of the endured damage into energy and transfer it into the robot's accumulator.

Electronic equipment

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Sensor amplifiers
Lock targets faster and from a greater distance.

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Remote sensor amplifiers
Other targeted robots' sensors can be enhanced to get the same effect as sensor boosters.

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Cargo and chassis scanners
Read more here.

Icon of a coprocessor
Enhance the total processor performance of the robot, so you can equip modules with larger processor usage.

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Range extenders
Improves the optimal range of all fitted modules. Ideal for a combo with a sensor amplifier.

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Signal detectors, signal maskers, and target markers
Read more here

Electronic warfare

Icon of a demobilizer
Slows down the targeted robot, making it easier to follow and shoot at.

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ECMs offer a random chance every time they cycle to jam enemy targeting equipment, causing them to lose all current locks and restart their targeting cycles.

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Sensor suppressors
By using suppressors, targeted robots will have a shorter optimal range and slower targeting speed.

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Upon activation, the module enhances your sensor's strength, making it more resistant to enemy ECMs.

SAP hacking modules
These modules are designed to hack Service Access Points during an intrusion event. To capture an SAP equip this hacking module, approach and lock the access point, then activate the module.

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Interference emitters
Interference modules are the primary components of the tactical interference emission system. This module is capable of deploying a small emitter unit onto the terrain, which emitter is generating interference waves to disturb enemy robots' sensors. The module requires emitters to operate.

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