RC-001S Remote Guidance Unit
|RC-001S Remote Guidance Unit|
| Command module by |
STEADLER Engineering Corps
|Max. Temp.||2000 K|
|Impact Tolerance||9 m/s|
|Research||Advanced Unmanned Tech|
|Unlock cost||17 800|
|Pitch torque||0.5 kN·m|
|Yaw torque||0.5 kN·m|
|Roll torque||0.5 kN·m|
|Electricity required for torque||
|Electricity required||3.00 ⚡/min|
|Electric capacity||15.0 ⚡|
|Field of View||(min)||9 °|
Designed to be placed anywhere in a small-diameter stack, the RC-001S Remote Guidance Unit provides full command module functionality with full SAS control, including all direction selectors, and a very small amount of reaction wheel torque.
It consumes twice times as much electricity as most other probe cores, but, like its larger sibling the RC-L01 Remote Guidance Unit, stores significantly more electric charge than most, as well as lasting for >20 hours in hibernation from a full charge with no power input.
It is one of a few high end probe cores that can collect, store and transfer experiments in the same way as an experiment storage unit.
If attached to a ship with a pilot, this ship will be able to control probes or rovers without a connection to the KSC.
|“|| The STEADLER RGU core is one of the most complete command units available to date, featuring all the latest guidance systems, plus its own internal set of Reaction Wheels. STEADLER claims this is the closest one can get to a fully self-contained spacecraft. (Some assembly required. Spacecraft sold separately)
— STEADLER Engineering Corps
- Added KerbNet
- Initial Release