a surprise, is it. That's a relief to some and reassuring to many others.
these are units destined to contain plea data and sent swiftly, unerringly,
to mediators' depository points.
you're an assembler or seeking novelty even to the riskful borderlands of
multiphasing power waves and timefree configurations, you better head for
Bloc Sector. You won't be disappointed.
you see after removing a comm unit's top and the side panels affixed to it
are the subelements and conduits which relay communications between subelements
and with the hooks.
and other modifications are easy. Subelements are fully assembled and snap
in and out of place.
points on elements and conduits permit many different positioning sequences.
What you see here is the standard.
program receiver. Instructions from assembler and sender arrive here and influence
all further unit activity. The PR also receives copies of all intraunit communications
and element-specific status reoprts. After analyzing its program it will query
regarding any errors it perceives. It then issues commands to sensors, navigation,
power, and initiates chronometer sequences.
fuel supply and power generating substances. Initiates dispersal flow after
analysis of data from other subelements. Will counter results of its own analysis
if instructed to do so by the program receiver.
on instructions from the program receiver. Direct, multiple highspeed multidirectional
connections to all sensors and chronometers. Able to make course alterations
on the fly when confronted by possible delays due to environmental conditions
or trafficker snares.
sufficient power for presentation. Ensures proper communication with sensors
and chronometers from data activation to close.
and chronometer subelement.
raw signals and forwards processed information. Backs up chronometer functions.
main box can accommodate additional subelements. Most favored are extra power
and navigation modules and specialized subelements for travel, speed games,
or other entertainment.
you open a subelement you will find