|Power Consumption||110 kW|
|This article is about the Submarine Navigation Terminal. For other uses, see Terminal (disambiguation).|
Using the Navigation Terminal will show its GUI, it displays an outline of the submarine and a reticle to steer the submarine.
The sonar can either be passive or active:
- While active the submarine will send a sonar ping in a 360 degree arc, anything it bounces off will be displayed on the GUI.
- Another option while active is Directional Ping, if enabled the submarine will send sonar pings in 30 degree arcs in the selected direction instead.
- While passive the submarine scans for sound signatures. They can be generated by the submarine itself (nuclear reactor, engines, weapons) or underwater Creatures. These sound signatures will bounce off of their surroundings and are displayed on the GUI. The range of passive sonar depends on how loud the submarine is.
The navigation terminal outputs a decimal from -100 to 100. This is adjusted by the neutral ballast level, (allowing it to go above the -100,100 limits).
E.g. neutral ballast of 0.3 would output -120 to 80
|Connection panel for Navigation Terminal|
Hover over pins to see their descriptions.
- Navigation terminals use "Sonar King" brand sonars, according to The European volume 54.
Sonar ping 2
Sonar far ping